Frank Aracil

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Study of architecture, today stage-manager at the « Centre Lyrique Clermont-Auvergne », France. He made several sets for operas since 1999. He realized for example the sets for La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein- Offenbach, for the Toréador-Adam, and the scenography for the exhibition Maria Callas and Les Années Françaises. After L’Enlèvement au sérail, Ba-ta-clan - Offenbach, Carmen - Bizet, L’Heure espagnole-Ravel, La Chauve-souris, La Cambiale di matrimonio, Così fan tutte, Hansel & Gretel, Don Giovanni and Tosca, he is working at present on Le Téléphone from Menotti and La Voix humaine from Poulenc.
Inspired by modern architecture, he puts forwards sets with pure, architectonic lines and prefers symbolic spaces instead of realistic constructions.

Participations - Performances - Collaborations

GIUSEPPE VERDI: LA TRAVIATA - 12 October 2013