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20 dic. 2012


Para el 24 de diciembre, un programa que promete ser muy interesante sobre la voz humana, con Rolando Villazón, en BBC Radio 4:

The Human Voice: Rolando Villazon and Mark-Anthony Turnage

In a special recording of Start the Week, Andrew Marr explores the power of the human voice. From the emotional intensity of the tenor Rolando Villazón, singing Rodolfo in La Boheme, to the art of writing for the voice with the composer Mark-Anthony Turnage. Mary King trains the voice, and the neuro-psychiatrist Michael Trimble examines our reactions to it.

Special episode of BBC Radio 4's Start the Week from ROH

Programme looks at the power of the human voice with panel featuring Rolando Villazón and Mark-Anthony Turnage.
On Christmas Eve, BBC Radio 4 will broadcast a special recording of Start the Week, the weekly discussion programme presented by Andrew Marr.
The show was pre-recorded last week in the Royal Opera House’s Crush Room and saw Andrew Marr joined by star tenor Rolando Villazón, currently performing the role of Rodolfo in La bohèmeAnna Nicole composer Mark-Anthony Turnage, vocal expert Mary King and neuro-psychiatrist Professor Michael Trimble. The guests discussed the power of the human voice and our reactions to it.
The show, which will be broadcast at 9am and repeated at 9.30pm, will include a musical contribution from the Jette Parker Young Artists.
Find out more about other Royal Opera House broadcasts over the festive period, including Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Plácido Domingo’s Operalia Winners on television, The Ring Cycle on radio and The Nutcracker streamed on the Guardian website.

1 comentario:

  1. I'm trying to figure out why theatre sometimes is still better than film-- I think it has something to do with the human voice and vibrations. One hears it, feels it, differently in the theatre. This is why I'm in favor of smaller spaces, so the artist can modulate his/her voice according the emotional moment, and the audience receives it as though it were an intimate confidence, something personal.
    I would love to see this program, but I'm not sure I'll receive it.