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North Norfolk Chamber Opera
The Marriage of Figaro
Auden Theatre, Holt 11-13 April 2019
This gallery contains 127 photos.
A Photo Gallery of the Production of the Magic Flute.
NNCO will be holding their AGM at the Methodist Church Holt on 11 June at 7.30.
As well as the usual items , next years production will be revealed.
Nibbles and drinks will be supplied.
North Norfolk Chamber Opera presents
The Magic Flute
12-14th April 2018
7:30 Auden Theatre Holt
Tickets:- £14.00 Concessions:- 13.00 Under 16:- £10.00
Auden theatre Box office
Please find attached the audition pieces for the Magic Flute.
From 7.00 pm for ladies and 8.30 for gentlemen
If you have not sung with NNCO before and want to be in the chorus then you will need to sing at the auditions. Bring along any song or aria you are familiar with.
Performance dates at the Auden theatre Holt 12, 13 14th April 2018
Rehearsals at the Holt Youth Centre which is on Old Station Way off the Hempstead road. NR 25 6DH
Rehearsals will be on Mondays as usual and a rehearsal schedule will be sent out.
North Norfolk Chamber Opera
MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 2017
HOLT YOUTH CENTRE
SCHIRMER OPERA SCORE EDITION IN ENGLISH
Audition pieces for LADIES are:
1st Lady (soprano),
2nd Lady ( soprano or mezzo) and
3rd Lady ( mezzo/contralto): p11 to 21
ACT 1, Introduction:
“Die vicious snake, before our might”
Pamina (soprano) p108 to 110
ACT 2, No. 17 Aria:
“Ah I feel to grief and sadness”
Queen of the Night (coloratura soprano) p28 to 32
ACT 1, No. 4 Recitative and Aria
“In lonely grief I am forsaken”
Papagena (soubrette soprano) p153 to 158
ACT 2: Finale: “Pa-pa -pa”
1st Boy (soprano),
2nd Boy ( soprano or mezzo) and
3rd Boy ( mezzo/contralto) p106 to 108
ACT 2, No.16: Trio
Please note: Young people/children are welcome to audition
Audition pieces for MEN are:
Papageno (baritone) p22 to 23
ACT 1, No 2: Song
“ I am a man of wide-spread fame”
Tamino (lyric tenor) p25 to 27
ACT 1, No.3 Aria:“O image Angel like and fair”
High Priest (tenor or high baritone) and
Lower Priest (bass) p86 only
Monostatos (character tenor) p97 to 98
ACT 2, No.13 Aria: “All the World is full of lovers”
Sarastro (Bass) p103 to 105
ACT 2, No. 15 Aria: “Within these Holy Portals”
How very fortunate you are to secure the time and inspiration of the very talented and experienced Susie Self on the musical side and, with Karen Smith accompanying, what an exceptional team to lead the proceedings.
This double bill is ideal for NNCO and the starter of Menotti’s ‘The Telephone’ such fun and so highly appropriate in these days of mobile phones and the interruption of conversation. Susie Self brought together the duo of Sky Carver and Des Holmes into a most amusing interlude with him finally giving up and defeated by the telephone until he had the brilliant notion of using it himself. Sky Carver had all the coloratura trills and notes in full force, glamour and style and personality as the desired; and Des the smooth notes and counterpoint within the score as he pursued his purpose. It is a long time since seeing this piece and it was good to see it aired again.
To the main course and ‘Gianni Schicchi’ is the fun finale in the Puccini trio sequence and offered Des Holmes the chance to ask each character to create a personality within the family (nice groupings within the staging), to offer some very good ensemble work for the group with them around the bed of Buoso Donati. A death, a funeral and a will always brings out the worst in a family with each one wondering who will inherit and which part of the estate they wish for, and this offers so many opportunities for solos and lines and conversations and so all named characters of sister/cousin/nephew and niece/daughter/and others had their chance to shine. The interplay and interactions between characters heightened the humour into many funny moments, including, of course, the will re-writing with Lawyer, Des Holmes.
The young lovers looked most appropriate with the inclusion of Tristan Stocks by invitation for Rinuccio from his professional engagements as tenor elsewhere. Matching him as the sweet Lauretta, Melissa Sampson gave her all especially in the set piece ‘Oh my beloved father’ (only this translation ‘Daddy’!).
And in the title role, and dominating in stature and character, Andrew Masterson came up with all those many rich notes as he played the rest of the cast into second place, where did you find him, and do try to keep him on board as he is a treasure.