FREE SPIRIT THE YEAR OF THE
Opera is about stories through the power of the singing voice. And what bigger story is there, for any of us, than the kind of lives we choose to lead? Carmen, the Vixen, Don Giovanni, and the bohemians of La BohĂ¨me are all joined by one secret thread: they
each choose to live differently, to reject convention, and to make for themselves the kind of life they want. Itâ€™s this powerful theme which binds the program together for 2018: a year of rebels, of visionaries, and of free spirits.
LA BOHÈME PAUL O’NEILL IS RO DOLFO
CITY OF PERTH OPERA IN THE PARK SUPPORTED BY LOTTERYWEST AND ACT-BELONG-COMMIT
West Australian Opera and the City of Perth present Puccini’s masterpiece of love and loss, La Bohème.
sight but their hopeful outlook on life is shattered as they face poverty, illness and loss.
La Bohème is the story of a group of friends and idealists, living freely as they pursue their dreams. At the heart of the story are Rodolfo and Mimi, who fall in love at first
This is an evening of beautiful melody and spine-tingling performances, touching on the heartbreaking moments in our lives which unite us all as humans.
Conductor: Brad Cohen Director: Stuart Maunder Rodolfo: Paul O’Neill Mimi: Hyeseoung Kwon Marcello: James Clayton Musetta: Taryn Fiebig Schaunard: Mark Alderson
Colline: Paull-Anthony Keightley Benoît: Matthew Lester Alcindoro: Mark Hurst Production Manager: Mandy Farmer Featuring: West Australian Opera Chorus West Australian Symphony Orchestra
SUPREME COURT GARDENS / 3 FEBRUARY
FREE EVENT Bring your family and friends and a picnic to this free event.
THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN
TARYN FIEBIG IS
For the first time the passionate and vibrant music of Janáček comes to West Australian Opera with The Cunning Little Vixen. Be transported to the forest and follow the beautifully touching tale of the vixen, Sharp Ears. This opera reflects on the nature of life, the cycle of birth and death, and the connection between the world of humans and animals. The Cunning
Little Vixen is profound theatre, an enchanting experience to be enjoyed by the whole family in a new production designed by Richard Roberts and Roger Kirk and directed by Stuart Maunder under the baton of conductor Johannes Fritzsch. One of the great masterpieces of early twentieth century music, this rarely-heard opera will be staged for four performances only.
HIS MAJESTY´S THEATRE / 21, 24 , 26, 28 APRIL
“The Cunning Little Vixen was Janáček´s personal valentine to the human condition in all its inexplicable, maddening, fierce and beautiful inconsistency” Stuart Maunder, Director
Composer: Leoš Janáček Libretto: Rudolf Těsnohlídek Stanislav Lolek Conductor: Johannes Fritzsch Director: Stuart Maunder Set Designer: Richard Roberts Costume Designer: Roger Kirk Lighting Designer: Trudy Dalgleish
Vixen: Taryn Fiebig Fox: Rachelle Durkin Forester: James Clayton Joined by a full ensemble cast and children’s chorus. Presented by arrangement with Victorian Opera
Photo by Jeff Busby for Victorian Opera
SUNG IN ENGLISH WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES FEATURING West Australian Opera Chorus West Australian Symphony Orchestra DURATION 1 hour and 30 minutes including one interval
INTRODUCTION TO OPERA TALKS FOR SUBSCRIBERS Wednesday 11 April 2018 | 6pm - 7.15pm Complimentary benefit for subscribers Bookings required email@example.com or 9278 8999 WESFARMERS ARTS PRE-PERFORMANCE TALKS 7pm Exhibition Area Dress Circle, His Majestyâ€™s Theatre
CARMEN MILIJANA NIKOLIC IS
Proud and defiant, Carmen is a femme fatale who lives by her own rules. She draws Don José into her wild world and he falls under her spell, leaving his sweetheart, Micaëla, and his honour behind. When Escamillo, the strutting bullfighter arrives, jealousy pushes Don José to the brink. Passion
burns brightly in this fiery tale. Bizet’s greatest opera is filled with glorious music and heart-racing drama. Lindy Hume’s much-loved production will draw you into the story of power, strength, courage and love.
HIS MAJESTY´S THEATRE / 21, 24, 26, 28 JULY
“Her most powerful tool is her brain and her belief in herself. That’s what makes her potent, dangerous and different to the other women” Lindy Hume, Director
Composer: Georges Bizet Libretto: Ludovic Halevy Henri Meilhac Conductor: Antony Walker Director: Lindy Hume Set Designer: Dan Potra Costume Designer: Vicki Feitscher Lighting Designer: Stephen Wickham Lighting realized by: Matthew Marshall
Carmen: Milijana Nikolic Don José: Paul O’Neill Escamillo: James Clayton Micaëla: Emma Pearson Zuniga: Paull-Anthony Keightley Moralés: Sam Roberts-Smith Frasquita: Rebecca Bunn Mercédès: Fleuranne Brockway Dancaïre: Mark Alderson Remendado: Matthew Lester Lillas Pastia: Michael Loney
Photo by James Rogers for West Australian Opera
SUNG IN FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES FEATURING West Australian Opera Chorus West Australian Symphony Orchestra DURATION 3 hours including one interval
INTRODUCTION TO OPERA TALKS FOR SUBSCRIBERS Wednesday 4 July 2018 | 6pm - 7.15pm Complimentary benefit for subscribers Bookings required firstname.lastname@example.org or 9278 8999 WESFARMERS ARTS PRE-PERFORMANCE TALKS 7pm Exhibition Area Dress Circle, His Majestyâ€™s Theatre
DON GIOVANNI TEDDY TAHU RHODES IS
Don Giovanni is a promiscuous nobleman, an anti-hero in the endless pursuit of pleasure. He flouts all of society’s rules and betrays without remorse. He outrages those around him leaving despair and ruin in his wake. Eventually he pays the ultimate price for his sins and
confronts his damnation with fearless defiance to the very end. Mozart’s sublime music and dramatic truth tell a vivid tale of seduction, desire, power and freedom in this wonderful production.
HIS MAJESTY´S THEATRE / 20, 23, 25, 27 OCTOBER
“Don Giovanni is impulsive by nature; he can be courtly and debonair as well as manipulative and daemonic” Annie Patrick, Program Notes
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Libretto: Lorenzo Da Ponte Conductor: Brad Cohen Original Director: Göran Järvefelt Rehearsal Director: Cath Dadd Set and Costume Designer: Carl Friedrich Oberle Lighting Designer: Nigel Levings
Don Giovanni: Teddy Tahu Rhodes Leporello: James Clayton Il Commendatore: Jud Arthur Donna Anna: Anita Watson Donna Elvira: Emma Pearson Masetto: Wade Kernot Zerlina: Rebecca Bunn
Photo by James Rogers for West Australian Opera
SUNG IN ITALIAN WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES FEATURING West Australian Opera Chorus West Australian Symphony Orchestra DURATION 3 hours including one interval
INTRODUCTION TO OPERA TALKS FOR SUBSCRIBERS Wednesday 3 October 2018 | 6pm - 7.15pm Complimentary benefit for subscribers Bookings required email@example.com or 9278 8999 WESFARMERS ARTS PRE-PERFORMANCE TALKS 7pm Exhibition Area Dress Circle, His Majestyâ€™s Theatre
â€œEating, loving, singing and digesting are, in truth, the four acts of the comic opera known as life, and they pass like bubbles of a bottle of champagne. Whoever lets them break without having enjoyed them is a complete fool.â€? Rossini
Photo by Sean Finney at Voyager Estate
Add on one of West Australian Operaâ€™s special events to your subscription package. All proceeds from these special events will support West Australian Opera.
SUNSET SUPPER Government House Gardens
Saturday 3 February | 5pm Tickets $250 per person (includes two course gourmet dinner and VIP seating in the park with hospitality). Enjoy the ultimate City of Perth Opera in the Park VIP experience. Join us in the gorgeous setting of Government House Gardens for an exclusive sunset supper before promenading to the Supreme Court Gardens for La BohĂ¨me.
Voyager Estate Gala Event Margaret River
Saturday 10 March | 7pm Tickets $750 per person (of which $350 is a tax deductible donation) This exclusive and intimate evening will be a feast for all the senses. A six course gourmet degustation hosted at Voyager Estate is matched with sublime voices from West Australian Opera to create an unforgettable evening. A sell out in 2017, tickets are very limited and will book fast.
Proud to be supporting West Australian Opera
BRAD COHEN ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
In my fourth year as Artistic Director, I welcome you warmly to our 2018 season. After the success of West Australian Opera’s fiftieth anniversary year in 2017, we looked as ever to the future of our company. And, to help us frame our discussions, we reflected on some extraordinary characters: the central roles of our four operatic productions this year. Opera celebrates a diversity of stories and styles, and in 2018 we present masterpieces from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries. Puccini, Mozart, Bizet and Janáček share one thing in common: they are all master dramatists, with a powerful ability to communicate truth and story through voices and instruments. Our four operas this year are utterly distinctive, but each of them has been carefully chosen to
connect with both your ears and your heart. My Artistic Director’s pick for 2018 is The Cunning Little Vixen, Janáček’s life-affirming opera. I consider Vixen one of the greatest operas ever written, and the opportunity to bring Janáček’s music to West Australian Opera audiences for the first time is an honour. All of human (and animal) life is in this piece; it reaches out to audiences of all ages, speaking in a distinctive and enchanting voice. The live performance of opera, enjoyed with others in a shared magical space such as His Majesty’s Theatre, will always be a precious experience. We think it’s the ultimate, and I invite you to enjoy its delights with us during 2018.
HER EXCELLENCY THE HONOURABLE
KERRY SANDERSON AC GOVERNOR OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
As Patron of West Australian Opera I am pleased to welcome you to the 2018 opera season. West Australian Opera is a resident company at the State’s beautiful His Majesty’s Theatre. The company is proud to perform with the West Australian Opera Chorus and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra. For over twenty six years, our State opera company has presented City of Perth Opera in the Park, which is simulcast to regional communities, and this year on 3 February we will present Puccini’s masterpiece La Bohème in the Supreme Court Gardens. The 51st opera season is sure to bring delight to audiences of all ages with Janáček’s opera The Cunning Little Vixen,
boasting a sublime score and a libretto sung in English. This production will be perfect for all patrons, families and children. I note two favourites in the season follow with Bizet’s famous Carmen in July and Mozart’s classic Don Giovanni in October. I join the Chairman in acknowledging the generous support of Principal Partner Wesfarmers Arts and I thank the local, state and federal governments for their support, as well as expressing appreciation to private donors, trusts, foundations and corporate partners without whom we could not present the wonderful work that the state opera company has given us for over 50 years.
MINISTER FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT; HERITAGE; CULTURE AND THE ARTS
I am so excited about the 2018 season of the West Australian Opera, my first as Minister for Culture and the Arts. West Australian Opera is a key cultural institution in this State and is highly regarded by audiences in both the metropolitan and regional areas. The cultural industries are instrumental to job creation in Western Australia and will play a key role in the ongoing diversification of our economy. West Australian Opera has played an important role in our cultural development, improving community vibrancy and creating direct and indirect jobs. The company celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017 and I was particularly pleased that WAO delivered ‘Opera in the Regions’, a
regional touring series supported by the State Government, which enabled audiences to see opera concerts in the Pinnacles, Greenough, Broome and Walpole. The City of Perth Opera in the Park is a highlight each summer and, with the support of Lotterywest and Healthway, the company will present the ever-popular Puccini opera La Bohème in the Supreme Court Gardens and be simulcast live to regional centres across the State. The State Government is proud to support West Australian Opera and I wish the company every success. It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2018 season of West Australian Opera.
ANDREW PASCOE CHAIRMAN
Experience a program of heart-racing opera in 2018 in the home of opera, His Majesty’s Theatre. For fifty years we have been your state opera company and we are pleased to invite you to join us in our 51st year. We have four operas to offer you including Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen, Bizet’s Carmen, Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Puccini’s La Bohème for City of Perth Opera in the Park. Presenting opera is possible only with the support of our partners and donors led by Wesfarmers Arts, our highly valued Principal Partner. I acknowledge and thank the Federal Government for the support it provides through the Australia Council; the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lotterywest; local government through the City of Perth; and Healthway. The Board shares your passion for our mainstage opera productions and this will
always remain the bedrock of our artistic vision. But we are also determined to broaden the reach of this art form and to make it accessible to a broader audience in metropolitan and regional areas. With the support of the State government we have piloted regional performances including Opera in the Pinnacles, Opera in Greenough, Opera in Shinju Matsuri and Opera in the Valley of the Giants. These live opera experiences have been breathtaking and we are proud to innovate the way in which our company seeks to share the operatic experience throughout our State. Thank you to you, our audience. You are our strongest ambassadors: your ongoing support is critical to our success. Please subscribe to the company and also consider giving your friends and family a unique Christmas or birthday gift – tickets to the opera experience!
CAROLYN CHARD GENERAL MANAGER
Opera makes your heart beat; faster, louder, stronger. The curtain rises, the adrenaline builds, the power of the unamplified human voice fills the theatre, the blood rushes and our hearts beat for love and break for loss. We are transported to worlds both new and old, from Carmen in 19th century Seville to the forests of our wildest imagination in Vixen. These operatic stories speak to our hearts and reveal the all-consuming, heart stopping emotions that unite us as human beings. In 2018 we continue our mission to grow opera audiences and encourage the love of opera to beat strongly across our state. We are proud to return to the regions with ‘Opera in the Regions’, grow our education & community programs including Wesfarmers Arts Singing Workshops and reach new
audiences through the simulcast of City of Perth Opera in the Park. On the mainstage in the home of opera, His Majesty’s Theatre, the presentation of masterpieces of operatic repertoire will delight the opera first timer and the long-time opera lover. We appreciate the support of our donors and sponsors, particularly our Principal Partner Wesfarmers Arts, and our partnership with Healthway, civic partner City of Perth, the Minderoo Foundation and Qantas, Official Airline Partner. I thank the Chairman and Board for their continued support and encouragement. I invite you to be part of the opera family by subscribing and helping us sustain the future of opera in this state.
Photo by Sean Finney for West Australian Opera at The Pinnacles
OPERA IN THE REGIONS
Presented by ACT-BELONG-COMMIT From deep within the heart of the mighty south-west Karri forest to a beachside Broome amphitheatre in the north-west, our connection to regional communities in Western Australia is an important part of our reach. Opera touches hearts through music from love duets to soul-stirring moments that break hearts apart. Opera makes us feel, hear and see the world differently. Experience the magic of opera through: • Live outdoor performances in unique Western Australian locations • Wesfarmers Arts Singing Workshops • Regional broadcast of City of Perth Opera in the Park • Regional school tours and incursions
To see how you can connect with West Australian Opera contact firstname.lastname@example.org or to register your community interest visit www.waopera.asn.au
Photo by Sean Finney for West Australian Opera
EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY West Australian Opera provides opportunities for people of all ages to come together to share operatic experiences. We want to sing with you in our rehearsal studio, your school halls or in your local community. Some of the ways we touch hearts with opera include: • Community talks with live performances • Wesfarmers Arts Singing Workshops (18 +) • Special ticket offers to students and teaching staff • In school performances with genuine curriculum outcomes • Youth Ambassador Program (secondary school students) • Wesfarmers Arts Make-Up Workshops • Backstage Tours • Opportunities to meet the artists Opera is storytelling at its most vivid and engaging audiences through the operatic lens is a truly captivating experience from curtain rise to curtain fall. To see how you can connect with West Australian Opera contact email@example.com
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Join the West Australian Opera family and enjoy being a subscriber in 2018 BEST SEATS AND PRIORITY BOOKING Secure your favourite seats during the priority booking period before all seats go on sale. EXTRA TICKETS Purchase extra tickets for family and friends at subscription prices. CHANGE YOUR SEATS Exchange your opera tickets for a different date free of box office exchange fees. (Tickets must be exchanged in person at His Majesty’s Theatre Box Office, State Theatre Centre of WA Box Office or Subiaco Arts Centre Box Office at least 24 hours prior to the performance, are subject to availability and must be for the same opera). PAY AS YOU GO Subscription tickets can be processed in instalments for bookings made in person at His Majesty’s Theatre Box Office. Payment will be
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THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN
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WASO’s 90th Anniversary Gala
Tristan und Isolde Principal Conductor Asher Fisch conducts Wagner’s groundbreaking opera with the finest cast ever assembled in Australia. Thursday 16 August 6pm - 11pm Sunday 19 August 2pm - 7pm Matinee Perth Concert Hall WAGNER Tristan und Isolde Asher Fisch conductor Stuart Skelton Tristan Eva-Maria Westbroek Isolde Ekaterina Gubanova Brangäne Boaz Daniel Kurwenal Kwangchul Youn King Marke Angus Wood Melot Paul O’Neill Young Sailor/ Shepherd Adrian Tamburini Steersman WASO Chorus St George’s Cathedral Consort
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VICE REGAL PATRON
HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS
Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC, Governor of Western Australia BOARD OF DIRECTORS Andrew Pascoe Chairman Catherine Ferrari Deputy Chair Julian Burt Mario D’Orazio Warwick Hemsley Darren Lewsen Ingrid O’Brien Jan Stewart
Dario Amara Cav Uff Giuseppe Bertinazzo OMRI Hon Julie Bishop MP Frank Cooper OAM Erich Fraunschiel Colin Goddard Francis Landels Bruce Martin AM Margaret McManus Dr Richard Mills AM Annie Patrick Marilyn Phillips Vincent A Warrener AM KHS COMMISSIONED ARTIST Tim Finn OBE
PATRON WESFARMERS ARTS YOUNG ARTIST PROGRAM Emma Matthews
Dr Jack Bendat AM CitWA Cav Uff Giuseppe Bertinazzo OMRI Design by chardinternational.com.au 2018 Production Portraits by Peter Coulson
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General Manager Carolyn Chard
Artistic Administrator Rebecca Kais
Stage Manager Karen Farmer
Artistic Director Brad Cohen
Education Manager Terasa Letizia
Publicity Lynne Burford
Production Manager Mandy Farmer
Marketing Manager Danielle Ierace
Financial Accountant Sue Hobson
Head of Music Thomas Johnson
Marketing Assistant Daniele Foti-Cuzzola
Development Manager Coralie Bishop
Sales Consultant Rachel Sait
Regional Project Manager Melanie Timms
Accountant Debbie Byrnes
Office Coordinator Marion O’Connor
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