Art and Design Review

Volume 10, Issue 3 (August 2022)

ISSN Print: 2332-1997   ISSN Online: 2332-2004

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Opera and Stage Today: Contemporariness in Its Hermeneutic Projection of the Present

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DOI: 10.4236/adr.2022.103024    94 Downloads   491 Views  

ABSTRACT

Many times when reflecting on opera, the fundamental role that scenography and stage direction have in the work is forgotten, especially when it comes to CD recordings or formats without images. This role is fundamental in 21st century opera productions, where reflections on the implications of the stage (as a space where a specific time passes, as a “house of music”) are extremely important and provide a specific meaning to the work. This paper develops the meaning of the hermeneutic criterion of futurity in the framework of contem-porary opera and develops a concrete dialogue between theory and artistic representation to try to understand the real meaning of Contemporary Opera.

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García, R. (2022) Opera and Stage Today: Contemporariness in Its Hermeneutic Projection of the Present. Art and Design Review, 10, 330-336. doi: 10.4236/adr.2022.103024.

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