L’arietta Productions is proud to present All Dressed Up (No Place to Go), an original operatic work composed specifically for the digital medium. Working with American composer Michael Ching, L’arietta has crafted an official prequel to his popular contemporary opera, “Speed Dating Tonight”. All Dressed Up (No Place to Go) was conceived as a way to keep operatic performances alive while social distancing, in the comfort of our homes. The characters sing about their dreams, anxiety, and hope as they all adjust to the times. For the next eight weeks, a new character will be introduced through their brand new aria, followed by a glimpse into their day, all through social media. A first of its kind, All Dressed Up (No Place to Go)is an operatic response transmitted to the world, at the click of a button.
Join us on Facebook Live every Sunday at 2pm (SGT) for the weekly world premiere! Stay on to chat with the director Eleanor Tan and the cast! What: All Dressed Up (No Place to Go) When: Every Sunday at 2pm (SGT) Where: Facebook live at https://www.facebook.com/lariettaSG/ Composer: Michael Ching Director: Eleanor Tan Music Director: Aloysius Foong Cast: Brent Allcock, Leslie Tay, Akiko Otao, Christina The, Reuben Lai, Grace Kuo, Alan Lau, Vanessa Kee
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A Singapore Trilogy Suite to be the finale of Straits Times' 30 Days of Art
Friday July 17th, 2020 5:30pm (SGT)
"When all this is over: Musings on the Pandemic, love, loss, family, society and the new world order"
We want to eat Laksa and drink kopi out with family, mourn for our loss with loved ones, and window shop in person!
We bring youA Singapore Trilogy Suite, by the team who brought you A Singapore Trilogy. Featuring singers Samuel Ng, Akiko Otao and Phoebe Chee, stunning visuals by Alvin Mark Tan, audio production by Poco Productions, video production by The Floating Folks, and directed by Nora Samosir. This special commission by the Straits Times and the National Arts Council hopes to bring people together through the uniquely Singaporean opera by Dr. Chen Zhangyi.