rough for opera

A scratch night for new opera hosted by Second Movement

Tue 3 Nov

rough for opera

rough for opera is a performance platform for composers to share new work and opera in progress.
Each event is a snapshot and celebration of contemporary opera making, with most work being brought from page to stage for the very first time. With an informal and intimate atmosphere and a Q and A following each performance rough for opera is a great way for audiences to engage directly with opera makers and for composers to get invaluable feedback about their work at an early stage in its development. 

rough for opera 03 November 2015

Show at 7:30pm

with new work from composers Ed Baxter, James Cave and Helen Noir

The Death of Kodak

Ed Baxter (composer)
Performed by the Resonance Radio Orchestra

27 mins

Returns (extract)

James Cave (music)
James Cave and Bethan Ellis (libretto)
David Gothard (director)

Returns is based on the play of the same name by Joshua Casteel (1979-2012)
with thanks to the Joshua Casteel Foundation

20 mins

Acceptance Speech

Helen Noir (music and words)
Devised by Helen Noir, Darrell Berry and cast 

20 mins 

and q and a’s after each performance led by Prof Paul Barker (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama)

Visit the rough for opera blog for more information about the pieces, composers, librettists and performers on 03.11.15 and past performances.

Tuesday 3rd November - 7:30pm

All tickets £6

Tickets:
All Tickets; £6