THE MARRIAGE OF FIAGARO - NEW ZEALAND OPERA 2021

KIRI TE KAWANA THEATRE AUCKLAND

Act 2 Finale
Act 2 Finale

New Zealand Opera 2021 photo by David Rowland

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Act 4 Finale
Act 4 Finale

New Zealand Opera 2021 photo by David Rowland

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Act 2
Act 2

New Zealand Opera 2021 photo by David Rowland

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Joanna Foote as Susanna & Richard Ollarsaba as Figaro
Joanna Foote as Susanna & Richard Ollarsaba as Figaro

New Zealand Opera 2021 photo by David Rowland

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John Moore as Count Almaviva & Emma Pearson as Countess Almaviva
John Moore as Count Almaviva & Emma Pearson as Countess Almaviva

New Zealand Opera 2021 photo by David Rowland

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Bianca Andrew as Cherubino & Emma Pearson as Countess Almaviva
Bianca Andrew as Cherubino & Emma Pearson as Countess Almaviva

New Zealand Opera 2021 photo by David Rowland Marty Melville

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John Moore as Count Almaviva
John Moore as Count Almaviva

New Zealand Opera 2021 photo by David Rowland

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Act 3
Act 3

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COMPOSER

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

 

CONDUCTOR

Zoe Zeniodi

DIRECTOR

Lindy Hume

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Elanor Bishop

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Tracy Grant Lord

 

LIGHTING DESIGNER

Matthew Marshall

"Lindy Hume director and Zeniodi created clear co-ordination between pit and stage. And with the extraordinary sets and costumes of Tracy Grant Lord and the lighting vision of Matthew Marshall, it was striking teamwork."

Clare Martin, Classical Chromatics

“Tracy Grant Lord and Matthew Marshall’s designs were a glorious union of stage and art. Movable light boxes allowed characters to disappear and reappear, interlacing the privacy of the Countess’ bedroom with their comings-and-goings.”

Clare Martin, Classical Chromatics

“Combined with the lighting talents of Matthew Marshall, attendees will truly feel as if they have travelled from dawns early light through to the shadowed veil of the midnight hour across the four acts, The Marriage of Figaro famously taking place over the course of a single day.”

Sarah Kidd, ambientlightblog.com

“Expertly lit”

Simon Holden, bachtrack.com