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In its , Opera Australia follows the making of this opera production.

is one of America's most revered composers, writing in the tradition of Aaron Copland and Samuel Barber. His highly theatrical music is full of humanity, underscored by a richly nuanced orchestral sound.

Of Mice and Men is based on John Steinbeck's 1937 novella and shows a rural California in the time of the Great Depression. George and Lennie, two migrant farmhands, are different from their fellow workers. They have a plan, a dream to buy a farm and make a life. But it will only ever happen if George can keep Lennie, who has the strength of a giant, but the mind of a child, out of trouble.

Venue: Sydney, Opera Theatre – July 23, 26, 29 and August 2, 5, and 11, 7:30 p.m.

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Andrea Molino – of the complete World Premiere now available

is a multimedia staged concert written by Andrea Molino for the festival Europäische Kulturtage Karlsruhe and premiered at the ZKM in Karlsruhe on March 29, 2012. A second performance took place in Rome (Teatro India, May 21, 2012).

With this work Andrea Molino sets out to remind us of a generally forgotten event that took place 30 years ago: the nuclear accident that happened in Three Mile Island on the morning of the 28th March 1997, a tragedy that has been kept out of the limelight, a conspiracy of silence.

Besides the documentary video, a of the complete World Premiere at Karlsruhe is now available.


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"This superb production is a rare chance to see something rich and strange", that's how The Sydney Morning Herald commented on the First Australian Performance of Szymanowski's Kròl Roger at the Sydney Opera House, conducted by Andrea Molino.