MUSIC “The Republic of Love” An Operetta Sung in Spanish, with scenes in English > 6:30pm on 29th September 2018 - Delhi Events
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MUSIC “The Republic of Love” An Operetta Sung in Spanish, with scenes in English > 6:30pm on 29th September 2018

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Venue :  The Bahai House of Worship (Lotus Temple), Bahapur, Kalkaji
Neemrana Music Foundation Republic Love Operetta Sung Spanish Lotus Temple Creative


Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served basis)

Venue : The Bahai House of Worship (Lotus Temple), Bahapur, Kalkaji, New Delhi -110019
Venue Info : About | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Nehru Place(Violet Line)'
Parking : For your convenience the Temple's free car park will be available but has limited space. We request guests with chauffeur- driven cars to be let off, with drivers to park on the main road and return later to pick up. 

Event Description : 
MUSIC “The Republic of Love” by Neemrana Music Foundation, Francisco de Borja Mariño Suárez (dir. musical) Santanu Bose y Yash Raj Jadhav (dir. escenico)

An Operetta Sung in Spanish, with scenes in English

Cast:
1st Officer Ripple Baruah
Amina Jahnnobi Roy
Angelica/Male role Suraj
Cleofa Navneet Kaur
Cleopatra Iraa Mantri
Eduardo Pratikesh Bansal
General Rohan Sharma
Genral Jorge Gabriel Harrison
Jaime Shivam Sharma
Lucila Vaibhavi Singh
Major Ribera Anirudh Rai
Ministro Rajeev Sahori
Palmira Marie Oppert
Palmira Shambhavi Mishra
Prudencio Akash Gadamsetty
Singalese Oliva Kullu
Singalese Reuben Mathew
Victoria Bonita Solomon

Choir: Akshar Bhan, Ayona Kar Dutta, Bhupender Dutt, Gargie Verma, Gurpreet Kaur,
Jayalakshmi Sengupta, Kamei Jenthuiliu Rongmei, Lola Mathai, Mani Khatri, Milli Gambhir,
Mohan Mathai, Nigel Eccleston, Nishant Rana, Rajesh KP, Shubhankar

Instrumental ensemble: Borja Marino – Pianist; Jasmin Martorell –Vocal Coach; Nadya Balyan – Adult Choir Conductor; Ripple Baruah – Children Choir Conductor; Philippe Engel – Accompanist/Pianist; Eric Varas – Accompanist/Pianist; Ekaterina Aristova – Double Bass; Tomasz Pajak – Violin; Ernesto Fidel – Percussions

Synopsis: The story is about an ancient Indian tradition, according to which in a place called Amalandia, where the military government of that English possession was installed, there existed a rare species of trees that flourished only once every hundred years, and, To do so, they let fall from their flowers a subtle dust that exerted a mood of falling in love with the beings that inhaled it. The governor of the place, an authoritarian and disciplined man, had forbidden both the relations of his officers with the indigenous women and the natives contracting marriage with as many women as they could maintain, as was customary in that inhospitable region. The general, completely ignoring the fact that the place set up for the garrison extended before that leafy Eden, could not explain what was happening to his men who felt more attracted to the weaker sex from the military arrival to that place. As if this were not enough, the visit of a series of artists just arrived on an English ship to visit the town did not help to alleviate the situation.
Even the general himself falls in love with Palmira, one of the beautiful artists who demand their attention and get after the effects of the dust of the trees that the general himself softens, while he sings the admirable song entitled The Saleswoman of Kisses. In addition, the irruption of the minister of the colonies, accompanied by his sister and his nieces has just disrupted the crazy situation. Everyone falls in love.

About the composer: Vicente Lleó (1870-1922) was born in the Valencian town of Torrent, he was a scholar of the Real Colegio del Corpus Christi in Valencia, studied by Juan Bautista Plasencia and Lamberto Alonso. At the age of thirteen, he composed the first work, Dixit Dominus, to be performed by the Corpus Christi College, and at the age of seventeen he composed the first work for the theater: De València al Grau. He studied at the Conservatory of Valencia with Salvador Giner. After a brief stay in Barcelona he settled in Madrid in 1896, where he was an entrepreneur of zarzuela in the company of Amadeo Vives. Its production is very influenced by the Central European operetta. He effectively adapted different titles of Italian and Austrian operettas, a clear example was his adaptation of The Count of Luxembourg, by Franz Lehár

Collaboration : Instituto Cervantes and other organizations

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