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Uploaded on Mar 14, 2008

The first in a series of works, "Blind Date" by the Tete a Tete theatre company, recorded live at the Theatre Royal, Bath. Anger - Words: Meredith Oakes Music: Julian Grant Soprano: Stephanie Corley Critic 1: Susan Atherton Critic 2: Damian Thantrey Two opera critics eulogise about the beautiful performance of a diva.
However their agreement is short lived and their disagreement destroys the
performance.. Anger was originally presented as part of The Seven Deadly Sins, a
private performance of 7 short operas given in 1993 as a leaving present for
the retiring English National Opera management (Peter Jonas, Mark Elder,
David Pountney, Edmund Tracey.) Engineered by Henrietta Bredin, and
directed by Bill Bankes-Jones this involved all kinds of skullduggery and
secret rehearsals with the ENO stars of the time. Anger has never before
had a public performance.

For more information and to see a better quality version, visit www.genesisfoundation.org.uk
and also www.tete-a-tete.org.uk


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