Passage from Anger
Andrea Molino's Qui non c'è perché
impresses GIUSEPPE PENNISI
Bologna's Teatro Comunale was built just about two-hundred-and-fifty years ago by the Bibiena Brothers — two very well known baroque architects. (Read Fighting for Freedom, 30 May 2013.) This baroque setting was a perfect fit for the world premiere of a new multimedia opera commissioned by the Bologna opera house and co-produced by opera houses in Antwerp, Ghent and Rotterdam. Apparently, the opera Qui non c'è perché ('There is no why here') by Andrea Molino, on a libretto by Giorgio van Straten, has nothing to do with the themes normally treated by poets and musicians in the baroque period...
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