For the first time, French director and stage designer PHILIPPE ARLAUD, who has been appearing on all major stages of the world for decades, is working in St. Margarethen. Jean-Marc Nigon February 2019 Calendar Singapore and the Video Department Media Apparat are also responsible for the implementation. He uses the latest technologies for his artistic vision of the “Rigoletto” and stages Verdi’s opera thriller in SPECTACULAR VIRTUAL ROOMS.
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He is fully acquainted with the TRADITION VERDIS, the great Italian opera master who was able to assert the first three-dimensional stages in theater history as well as the very first musical stage theaters on the stage of the Teatro La Fenice in Venice for the world premiere of his “Rigoletto” Further development since the premiere is breathtaking – and yet Philippe Arlaud remains committed to the genius of Giuseppe Verdi with his technical innovative spirit. With 16 state-of-the-art projectors, it brings to life the rugged rocks and wild beauty of the St. Margarethen quarry with the sophisticated technique of video mapping.
All the rocks hereby become Giantly DIMENSIONED PROJECTION SURFACES and can transform CHAMARELY from one SECOND to the next in various surfaces and objects. Just a second later, when the splendid façade of a palace towered majestically above the stage, a wild conflagration raged. Video mapping also makes it possible to completely disappear in optical illusions parts of the millennia-old rock massifs. All these impressive effects are perfectly in tune with the dramaturgy of Verdi’s opera and tuned to the smallest detail of the score.
“Rigoletto” comes to life in unimaginable force and dramatic size. Like a journey through time the excursion of the 11 BG-1, which led the students to the state-of-the-art production line of Audi as well as to the monastic peace of Maulbronn. Findings from economics education were brought to life at Audi; In Maulbronn references to school reading, Hermann Hesse “Unterm Rad”, could be produced. Below are photos as well as a report by class teacher Dieter Bram.
The class 11 BG-1 went on a study trip shortly after the Easter break after many long weeks of learning in the classroom. The students experienced both the fascinating world of high technology in the production halls of Audi in Neckarsulmals and the spiritual world in the former monastery Maulbronn, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Initially, the automobile plant was driven by Audi in Neckarsulm. Of course, it is always particularly interesting for students of the vocational high school with a focus on economics to experience industrial production once clearly in reality. If it is still the production of premium quality Audi cars, it is all the more exciting.
The fact that the factory premises of Audi Neckarsulm along the Neckar extends over a length of three kilometers was already very impressive. However, the fact that only very few warehouses are located on the huge factory premises showed the students February 2019 Calendar Singapore what just-in-time production means. Because in addition to the delivery of production parts by rail, 700 trucks pass the factory gate every day and deliver parts for production. Luca could not resist the remark.