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La Tosca and its Children’s Choir

Madison

25 Feb La Tosca and its Children’s Choir

The opera Tosca was composed by Giacomo Puccini to the tale of Victorien Sardou’s dramatic play, La Tosca. Often overlooked by contemporary repertory theaters, the play revolves largely around the familiar topoi of the French Revolution, and is in many ways reminiscient of Victor Hugo’s well-known Les Misérables. It is set to the Napoleonic Wars at the turn of the century, and unfolds a tale of love, friendship, and betrayal to the background of transcendent themes such as republicanism and political oppression. Abounding with symbols of political and theological significance, it is too often forgotten in the canon of operatic works common today.

 

In the beginning of May, 2015, the Florida Opera Theater will be presenting Puccini’s work alongside the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra at the Bobb Car Performing Arts Center. We are proud to announce that Madison, one of our students, has been accepted to be a part of the children’s choir after a recent audition! This is one more example of the many opportunities available to young musicians and performers throughout the Central Florida area — a community that is beginning to blossom in all aspects of the performing arts. We are proud to be a part of this thriving community, and applaud Maddy and all of our students who are bravely taking the initiative to get on stage and bring masterpieces to life!

Placido Domingo – La Tosca

Marius Tesch
Marius Tesch
mtesch@orlandomusicinstitute.com

Marius Tesch is a piano faculty member at the Orlando Music Institute where he teaches beginning to intermediate students. He was born and grew-up in Berlin, Germany, but spent much of his life in Central Florida. As a musician, Mr. Tesch has performed all over the world. Not only does he perform solo recitals, but also collaborates with chamber ensembles and accompanies choirs. From 2006-2009, he worked as a piano accompanist for Dreamland Productions, performing at Walt Disney World hotels and convention shows across the country. Marius Tesch earned a Bachelor of Music Degree at the University of Central Florida, where he studied under the tutelage of Mr. Laurent Boukobza. In 2009, he spent a summer semester studying and performing music at festivals in Paris and Les Arcs, France. Marius has won several performance awards, including the first prize in the UCF Performance Excellence competition. As a double major, he also earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. After completing his undergraduate studies, Mr. Tesch moved to Berlin, Germany, where he entered the graduate program in Musicology at the Freie Universität Berlin. Specializing in the history of music, he earned a Master of Arts degree with his thesis Weills Weg zur Symphonie. His instructors included world renowned experts such as Albrecht Riethmüller and Bodo Bischoff. As an educator, Mr. Tesch not only prepares his students to perform at a high level, but inspires them to be creative and passionate lovers of music. He encourages his students to perform in the community and collaborate with other young musicians, hoping to instill in them an appreciation for the arts. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Mr. Tesch is an active member of the American Musicological Society, and writes on a variety of topics in music history.

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