6 episodios

YOUNG OPERA MAKERS is a podcast series presented by Saskia de Ville.
Dive into opera composers' inspirations and aspirations, creative process, career development and experience in enoa network.
🎶 enoa is an European opera network for the new generation of opera talents, to kick-start their career globally and stimulate operatic creation and production.
European Commission funded.

Young Opera Makers enoa

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YOUNG OPERA MAKERS is a podcast series presented by Saskia de Ville.
Dive into opera composers' inspirations and aspirations, creative process, career development and experience in enoa network.
🎶 enoa is an European opera network for the new generation of opera talents, to kick-start their career globally and stimulate operatic creation and production.
European Commission funded.

    Finn Beames, engage people through emotion

    Finn Beames, engage people through emotion

    Bristish writer, director and producer Finn Beames encountered opera at university, a form with many rules to learn and then break.

    Since 2016, Finn Beames took part to several enoa's workshops and Lab and had the opportunity to develop a step of the participatory opera project he is working on with Santa Bušs, Speak Red, during an enoa Lab at the Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg in 2018.

    Delve into his background, his inspiration and his creation in this podcast presented by Saskia De Ville!

    • 21 min
    Sabryna Pierre, writing for opera

    Sabryna Pierre, writing for opera

    For French writer and librettist Sabryna Pierre, discovering opera at 24 years old was like a door opening in her artist career.

    She took part to her first enoa workshop in 2016 at the Dutch National Opera (Amsterdam) and in 2017, she participated to two Labs, as the librettist of the production I C O N which premiered in 2018 in Belgium.

    Delve into her background, her inspiration and her creation in this podcast presented by Saskia De Ville!

    • 21 min
    Sivan Eldar, a sensory experience of sound

    Sivan Eldar, a sensory experience of sound

    Israeli composer Sivan Eldar holds a particular interest in the sensory experience of sound through the particular intimacy of live performance. Her music explores the notions of time, memory and space at the perception threshold.

    She has participated in several enoa workshops since 2016 and, in 2018, Cordelia Lynn and her had the opportunity to design two residencies at Snape Maltings (United Kingdom) to develop their chamber opera project ‘Like Flesh' which will premiere at the Opéra de Lille in January 2022.

    Delve into her background, her inspiration and her creation in this podcast presented by Saskia De Ville!

    • 20 min
    Jamie Man, music comes from life experiences

    Jamie Man, music comes from life experiences

    British-born Chinese composer and conductor, Jamie Man is primarily concerned with music and the poetic mystery of living.

    Jamie Man has participated to several enoa projects since 2012 and more recently, in 2017-2018, she took part to a LAB in LOD muziektheater in Gent (Belgium) to work on her project ‘White Rabbit’ and then was invited for a residency also in LOD to further develop her creation.

    Delve into her background, her inspiration and her creation in this podcast presented by Saskia De Ville!

    • 21 min
    Diana Soh, the sensation of music

    Diana Soh, the sensation of music

    The Singaporean composer Diana Soh works on music whose tends to be characterized by interruptive oppositions between surface activities and passivity with a new passion for the use of electronics.

    Throughout her career, she had many links with enoa network: from the Opera Creation Workshop at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence (France) in 2012 to the Composition Workshop at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal) in 2014, through her current residency in Snape Maltings to pursue the development of the project ‘Façon tragique de tuer une femme’, with the librettist Richard Dubelski, which uses the heroines of the Greek tragedies as a springboard for articulating the disparity in the treatment of women today versus that of men.

    Delve into her background, her inspiration and her creation in this podcast presented by Saskia De Ville!

    • 19 min
    Adam Maor, a synthesis of influences

    Adam Maor, a synthesis of influences

    Adam Maor is an Israeli composer whose music is inspired by the reality that surrounds him, both in Israel and in the Middle East, often using electronics as a device that connects his extra-musical ideas to the instrumental fabric.

    Since 2016, he has been accompanied by enoa network to compose a new chamber opera: The Sleeping Thousand which premiered at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence (France) in July 2019. This creation is the result of an exceptional European cooperation.

    Delve into his background, his inspiration and his creation in this podcast presented by Saskia De Ville!

    • 24 min

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