Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Teatro Alessandro Scarlatti: opera in a shed

A remarkable piece of shedworking built by Argentinian artist Pablo Bronstein, Teatro Alessandro Scarlatti is the world's smallest opera house. Bronstein constructed it as part of an art project on a hill near near Zurich with capacity for five people and a programme consisting of the 'Qui del Sol gl'infausti lampi' aria from the opera 'Agar et Ismaele Esiliati' by Alessandro Scarlatti.
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  1. Heheh, it turned out great nonetheless=) Great work.

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  2. Yeah, it's beautiful. Congratulations.