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A song cycle that shows the
classical Liedzyklus in a new light

The texts of these art songs are something most of us don’t even stop to read properly. Theatre plays start by telling us what the stage looks like: The balcony of Juliet, the terrace of Herodias. These words are loaded with meaning and drama, but at the same time they have almost poetical clarity. They tell us where and the drama is going to happen. And with the help of experimental music theatre and nuanced use of the singing voice these texts are woken up by the singer.

Any number of the songs may be performed in a concert in any order. The songs are written to be premiered by different voices and different instruments. The accompanying instruments include: piano, violin, kantele and harp.

The parts (as of April 2017)

 • Waiting for Godot
 • 4.48 Psychosis
 • Salome
 • Three sisters
 • Romeo and Juliet


May 16th 2017 by Opera on Tap, Chicaco: The Elbo Room
Mezzosoprano Kelly Bourget

March 18th 2017, Music Hall, Helsinki
Dramatised Concert: Omin Äänin

Anna-Maija Oka, soprano
Irina Cederberg, kantele
Maritta Manner, piano
Juho Eerola, dramaturgy, director

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