Fairly atypical and symphonic Don Quixote invitations himself to Lot, the land of mills. He comes to not drive them away, however to blow the wind of renewal into a really up to date story directed by Raphael Cambrai and Eliot Genico. A hit to be loved on the Saint-Ceur theater pageant on 7 and eight August. Raphael Cambrai evokes this very peculiar Don Quixote. This theatre-loving girl additionally talks about her life as an artist, her inventive wishes, desires and keenness for transmission.
Raphael Cambrai, a non-conformist like several artist, with an ambition to domesticate her very private approach of feeling and conveying feelings, succeeded admirably on this play on variations, staging a really authentic Don Quixote symphony.
The work of Richard Strauss is ubiquitous on this creation, which can be revealed on Sunday 7 August and Monday 8 August at 21:30 on the Château de Montal in Saint-Jean-Lespinasse as a part of the Saint-Ceuré Theater Pageant. A (magic) wand with pure expertise, actual inventive energy and a drop of Strauss in his blood: Raphael Cambrai. Interview.
“At occasions we pushed the boundaries just a little, with out deviating from the guiding concept of Cervantes.”
You provide us a very reworked Don Quixote. Is it simply atypical or simply loopy?
I do not wish to scare the general public. In fact, there may be a number of humor, however I can’t say that this Don Quixote is loopy. That is 100% authentic creation. These are usually not excerpts from the work of Cervantes.
We’ve got taken the freedom of deviating fairly removed from the unique work. At occasions we pushed the boundaries just a little, with out deviating from the principle concept of Cervantes, who needed to put in writing a pamphlet concerning the society through which he developed.
Within the present, we’re in Strauss’ head
The music itself is the character of this present. Does it play an essential position in bringing an additional notice of humor?
We have carried out a number of work on a Strauss piece written for a symphony orchestra. I needed to do a number of rewriting work. The musical construction was revered.
This performance-related music permits us to decipher for the general public all of the codes of the Strauss rating, which might typically shock. We entered the sport with a number of humor. Within the sequence, we’re in Strauss’ head. This was one in every of our primary objectives.
The phrases “incredible variations” are associated to your manufacturing. How does it materialize on the boards?
On stage, the viewers will uncover a considerably naked system, due to which we provide very uncommon brackets and with an excellent dose of humor to current a piece of Cervantes that can be just a little extra trendy and really attention-grabbing for all generations.
His desires: creating round Lucrezia Borgia, a biopic about Bowie and directing the theater.
You appear to take nice pleasure in your authentic creations. What can be your subsequent problem and what are your desires?
As quickly as I’ve the chance to create musical productions, I bounce into this chance. I directed two operas, Carmen and Aida, and it was an unimaginable expertise.
I want to be a conductor. I like serving to up to date authors. I wish to proceed to be useful to make clear others, which I feel is nice.
If I had a magic wand, I might like to work on the creation of Lucrezia Borgia, and likewise placed on a present devoted to David Bowie. A form of atypical biopic about this character, besides too. I’ve one other huge dream: to run a theatre.
Full of life, ingenious and humorous present
Is there an actual model of Raphael Cambrai? A contact that could be very private to you?
Sure. However on this case, we wrote all of the lyrics for this present in 4 arms, with Eliot Janicot. We complement one another very a lot. We frequently work with philharmonic ensembles and depend on our private sensitivity.
The writing of this present displays our personalities and our humor. I’m chargeable for the staging, however I’m not the one one who decides. I hearken to actors.
I need them to really feel within the theater and on the stage as within the surroundings, in order that they’ll freely categorical their creativeness. I take into account it some extent of honor that the present is essentially the most ingenious, essentially the most energetic and essentially the most humorous.
I’ve all the time believed that the energy of an actor lies in his means to create an actual bridge with the viewers. However you might have to have the ability to communicate the identical language in order that the viewer perceives the performing sensitivity in a really carnal and really natural approach. All my work relies on truthfulness and correctness of thought.
“I do that job to excel in passing and passing”
Broadcast is sensible to you? Do you wish to be the one who makes others shine and transmit?
That is utterly my deep DNA. I imagine solely on this. I do that job to excel in transmission and transmission. It is rather essential to open doorways to others.
We should convey the keys to understanding and evoke emotion. For me, staging permits me to develop in direct contact with the performing. I’m additionally an actress, so I do know inside out every part that means that you can entry this or that emotion, after which convey it.
This Don Quixote authorizes and demonstrates all of it. Some persons are rather more open to and resigned to classical music, discovering it very comprehensible and really joyful. That is additionally the benefit of the artwork of transmission.