Posts Tagged ‘Invisible Cities’

Invisible Cities film screening

Invisible Cities, Industry Opera, Union Station, Los Angeles, Opera, public art, downtown LA

In anticipation of a DVD release of INVISIBLE CITIES, The Industry’s 2013 breakthrough production at Union Station, a free screening of the filmed version will be shown on Sunday, October 16 at 5:00pm at the historic Warner Grand Theater. Shot live with two steady cams as part of KCET’s Emmy Award-winning documentary, the filmed version of INVISIBLE…

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Living the Dream of Invisible Cities

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 14: Director Yuval Sharon (L) and composer Christopher Cerrone pose at the dress rehearsal and behind the scenes photo op for the opera "Invisible Cities" at Union Station on October 14, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

This week, Chris Cerrone, composer of INVISIBLE CITIES, writes about the creation of the opera’s studio recording. The album will be available as a digital download and limited-edition CD box set on November 4th, 2014. Creating a recording of INVISIBLE CITIES has long been a dream of mine.

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New Opera is the Greatest Adventure

The Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.

From the very beginning, The Industry was an adventure. Born with no start-up support and in a challenged economic climate, the idea to form a DIY company focusing on new and experimental opera came across as bold to some optimistic friends, harebrained to other more rational ones. More than one person nicknamed me Fitzcarraldo—and I…

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