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aus Licht Part 2: Lucifer and Eve

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Westergasfabriek: GashouderKlönneplein 1, Amsterdam, North Holland, 1014 BE, Netherlands
June 01, 05, 09 at 13:15
Festival: Holland Festival
Performers
Dutch National Opera
Kathinka PasveerConductor
Adrian HegerConductor
Pierre AudiDirector
Urs SchönebaumSet Designer, Lighting Designer
Wojciech DziedzicCostume Designer
Chris KondekVideo Artist
Robi VoigtVideo Artist
Netherlands Children's Choir
Netherlands Youth Choir
Marta Goméz AlonsoFlute
Antoine JosselinPercussion
Nerea VeraPercussion
Gabriele SegantiniPercussion
Gorka CatedianoPercussion
Jonathan BonnyPercussion
José Luis Lima SilvaPercussion
Damian PassBass
Chloë AbbottPiccolo trumpet
Davide BaldoPiccolo
Johanna Stephens-JanningBasset Horn
Roberta GottardiBasset Horn
Jone BolibarBasset Horn
Fee Suzanne de RuiterSoprano
Roman RofalskiSynthesizer
Lena SchmidtSynthesizer
Tim SabelSynthesizer
Ricardo Costa OliveiraPercussion
Felicia van den EndFlute

A marathon performance will be staged of a large portion of the LICHT cycle, composed by Karlheinz Stockhausen. Featuring selected highlights from the seven operas – one for each day of the week – it will offer a spectacular overview of Stockhausen's masterpiece. The three parts of aus LICHT can also be visited seperately.

The second part of aus LICHT starts with the appropriate bom - bast and grandeur. Lucifer appears on stage, accompanied by fanfare, ringing of bells, fairy tale percussion and an eightymen orchestra. In three compositions from SAMSTAG aus LICHT (SAMSTAGS-GRUSS, KATHINKAs GESANG als LUZIFERs REQUIEM and LUZIFERs TANZ) Lucifer takes form and is challenged by Michael. The atmosphere changes completely afterr this mythical battle, with Eve as the central figure in four compositions from MONTAG aus LICHT. Three children’s choirs emphasise her role as the creator of life. It ends with the scenes DER KINDERFÄNGER and ENTFÜHRUNG, Stockhausen’s version of The Pied Piper of Hamelin.

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