“You Are The Dust” from Song from the Uproar


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Bold. Dreamlike. Visionary. These are all words that describe Missy Mazzoli’s Song from the Uproar. They also describe the opera’s real life protagonist, Isabelle Eberhardt. Have you missed some of our Song from the Uproar love this past month? Have no fear! We’ve collected a bunch of articles and videos that truly show how captivating Song from the Uproar is.

Get To Know Song from the Uproar

LA Opera and Beth Morrison Bring New York’s Indie Opera Scene West

LA Opera and Beth Morrison have joined forces again to present two of Beth Morrison Projects’ (BMP) operas this season at REDCAT: Song from the Uproar and Anatomy Theater. Combining live musical performance and original film, Song from the Uproar (October 8-11), tells the incredible story of Isabelle Eberhardt (1877-1904), a young woman who left her life in Switzerland behind for an unfettered existence in the North African desert. Anatomy Theater follows the astonishing progression of an English murderess: from confession to execution and, ultimately, public dissection before a paying audience of fascinated onlookers. Through the miracle of opera, she sings through it all.

Abigail Fischer Explores The Mind of Isabelle Eberhardt

Opera is a place where all other art forms – art, film, even dance – meet to create a spectacular production. This is a convergence that’s very familiar to mezzo-soprano Abigail Fischer, who plays Isabelle Eberhardt in Missy Mazzoli’s Song from the Uproar. Fischer utilizes various artistic talents in the multimedia opera now showing at REDCAT. It is her haunting singing, however, that mesmerizes throughout the 75-minute opera.

Missy’s Song from the Uproar

“I hope that Song from the Uproar will provide audience members with an immersive theatrical experience and that they will be interested in learning more about Isabelle,” Mazzoli says. Judging from the passion of the artists involved, it is likely her hopes will prove fruitful.

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