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Stefano Lazaridis

£30.00

Product description

Stefanos Lazaridis was one of the most important and successful stage designers in the British opera world of the last 40 years. He brought a fresh, contemporary appeal to opera with designs that were inventive and highly conceptual. Some of his most spectacular work was produced on the vast floating stage on Lake Constance at the Bregenz Festival in Austria, where he pushed the boundaries of scale and complexity in the world of opera design, creating monumental sets that fired the imagination of audiences as powerfully as the music and the singing. This 176-page celebration of Lazaridis' life and work features lavishly illustrated commentary on 70-plus iconic stagings, plus tributes and recollections by leading figures from the opera world, including Sir Peter Jonas, David Pountney, John Copley, Keith Warner and Nicholas Payne.

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0957294506
ISBN-13:
9780957294509
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Tim Williams

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About this item

Stefanos Lazaridis was one of the most important and successful stage designers in the British opera world of the last 40 years. He brought a fresh, contemporary appeal to opera with designs that were inventive and highly conceptual. Some of his most spectacular work was produced on the vast floating stage on Lake Constance at the Bregenz Festival in Austria, where he pushed the boundaries of scale and complexity in the world of opera design, creating monumental sets that fired the imagination of audiences as powerfully as the music and the singing. This 176-page celebration of Lazaridis' life and work features lavishly illustrated commentary on 70-plus iconic stagings, plus tributes and recollections by leading figures from the opera world, including Sir Peter Jonas, David Pountney, John Copley, Keith Warner and Nicholas Payne.

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0957294506
ISBN-13:
9780957294509
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Tim Williams

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