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Warm Technical

- ETO Stays at Home

This series is all about baroque and classical music, featuring soloists, the players of the Old Street Band, and (soon) the producing team.

This series of short films is curated and produced by artists and technicians who would be touring with English Touring Opera now, but who are at home like you. We made a commitment to pay all 67 artists for all 52 performances, so they have offered to create films about their work with ETO for us to share with you (and for you to share with everyone you know who might like to attend an ETO performance in happy times ahead).

Many of you have told us that what interests you is the more technical stuff: the ‘how’ of singing, playing, producing opera, explained by the ‘who’ of our opera world. For that reason, conductor Jonathan Peter Kenny is curating for us this distinctive series that we are calling ‘Warm Technical’.

Edited by Joe Kirk

Use of Theorbo and Harp within a Baroque opera – EXTENDED EDIT
Presented by Aileen Henry and Toby Carr

Bassoons Throughout the Ages
Presented by Philip Turbett

The Fiendish First Phrase of Mozart’s ‘Soave sia il vento’: Letters Between Singers
Presented by Stephan Loges

Accompanied Recitative in Classical Opera
Presented by Frederick Long

Finding the Groove in Mozart’s ‘Soave sia il vento’: Letters Between Singers
Presented by Sky Ingram

Drums: Mozart on Taps!
Presented by Jonny Raper

Discussing Cosi fan tutte
Presented by Holly Mathieson and Jonathan Peter Kenny

The Streamline Beauty of Mozart’s ‘Soave sia il vento’: Letters Between Singers
Presented by Joanna Marie Skillett

Gut strings over a cuppa with Naomi and Jean

Discussing Giulio Cesare
Presented by Jonathan Peter Kenny and Holly Mathieson

Using the Drama in Mozart’s ‘Soave sia il vento’!: Letters Between Singers
Presented by Martha Jones

Reeds: Single vs. Double
Presented by Leo and Waffy

Keeping the Breath Low in Mozart’s ‘Soave sia il vento’!: Letters Between Singers
Presented by Edward Hawkins

Temperament: A Brief Look at the Basics
Presented by Henrietta Wayne

Discussing the St John Passion
Presented by James Conway, Jonathan Peter Kenny and Bradley Travis

A Brief History of Performance Pitch
Presented by Leo Duarte

Ferrando’s Journey: Act 1
Presented by Thomas Elwin and Richard Dowling

Un’aura amorosa: An arrangement for 3 Bassett Horns
Presented by Katherine, Emily and Sarah

Learning an Operatic role
Presented by Kitty Whately

The Role of the Viola!
Presented by Jim O’Toole

The Life of a Viola Player
Presented by Joanne Miller

Showing At

  1. ETO
    31st Jul 2020 - 12:00 am
  1. ETO — 31st Jul 2020 - 12:00 am

    3RD Floor, 50 Britton Street, London

Showing At

  1. ETO
    31st Jul 2020 - 12:00 am

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