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A look at the live performance art of "The Industry", an LA Based Opera Company innovating audience participation and usage of local landmarks. Subscribe to Ovation's YouTube - http://bit.ly/OvationSub Watch the latest from Ovation - http://bit.ly/OvationUploads Watch Ovation's most popular videos - http://bit.ly/OvationPopular Like Ovation on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OvationTV Follow Ovation on Twitter - http://twitter.com/#!/ovationtv For More Art Stories - http://culturepop.com/ Ovation is America's only arts television network, whose mission is to connect the world to all forms of art and artistic expression.
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CCTV's Franc Contreras reports on an opera house located in the heart of the Amazon rain forest in Brazil - The Amazon Theatre of Manaus. Built in the late 19th century off revenue from the rubber industry, the opera house is a worldwide attraction, said to rival even the best in Europe.
www.InvisibleCitiesOpera.com Get a sneak-peak at this one-of-a-kind intersection of opera, dance, technology, and everyday life--opening Oct. 19 at LA's historic Union Station. Tickets on sale September 16 at www.InvisibleCitiesOpera.com. The Industry and LA Dance Project present INVISIBLE CITIES Sound powered by Sennheiser Music and libretto by Christopher Cerrone After the novel by Italo Calvino Directed by Yuval Sharon Conducted by Marc Lowenstein Choreographed by Danielle Agami Lead Sound Designer E. Martin Gimenez Costume Designer E.B. Brooks Projection Designer Jason H. Thompson http://www.TheIndustryLA.org
Black opera singers in Britain are not yet among the biggest names in classical music, but they are shaping the contribution to Opera in Britain. This short film aims to address the misperception among the general public about black people and opera, and encourage the musical establishment:- schools, opera companies and the record industry to rid themselves of deeply entrenched prejudices. The film features sopranos, baritones and tenors from the BBCF and the Voice of Black Opera's (VOBOs) international competition for singers of Black and Asian heritage, which provides a dynamic platform where performers claim centre stage and where works of greater diversity engage new audiences.
2017 Industry Dance Awards - Outstanding Performance Masquerade Dance /// Best Jazz Performance /// Congrats! This Performance is now in the running to be nominated for its category in the 2017 Industry Dance Awards. Visit www.industrydanceawards.com Follow @industrydanceawards
Stephen Brown, Company Manager of New Yorks Metropolitan Opera gives a master class in opera and singing to a group of students at Loyola University, New Orleans. After giving some insights into the challenges of teaching and judging students of voice, he assesses the work of four students and gives feedback on their performances. Among the topics he addresses are: stagecraft and acting, breath control, focus and projection, and the importance of context to a successful performance.
A 31-year-old Cantonese Opera actress was appointed as the leading character of the Birth of Buddism Godness Guanyin, an important event in the industry always led by experienced actresses. Tse Hue-ying was the first one in her generation who gets the leading role. “Being an Cantonese opera performer in Hong Kong is tough, ” Tse said. In mainland, various opera schools guarantee a systematic training. While in Hong Kong, expenses such as teacher guidance and renting places are all paid by herself. “You have to paid before learning, and it was not easy,” Tse said. Through several years training and performing, Tse decided to established her own troupe, combing traditional Cantonese opera with innovation. Although most of the audiences in Hong Kong are senior citizens, she tries to att...