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Male singer needed for ‘Suggestions of Love’

Suggestions of Love is going to the King’s Head Theatre in September within Without Décor.

We need a tenor to join us in the leading role of He for the first two performances, on August 31st and September 7th. The ideal candidate will be an excellent musician, happy to use and combine different vocal techniques to fully express the score, with a playing age 27-35.

If you think you have what it takes to be part of our show, please email tamara@t.artproductions.co.uk your CV, photo and a web link to an audio recording of yours. Rehearsals and performances will be in London. This is a paid position (flat fee per performance + profit share).



Director needed for ‘Suggestions of Love’

DIRECTOR required for London performances in September 2013

T· ArT is looking for a director to join our production of Luca Tieppo’s Suggestions of  Love.

Two weeks rehearsals (one in late July / early August, one from August 26th) and in between performances as necessary. Performances at the King’s Head Theatre on August 31st, September 7th and 14th at 3pm.


Storytelling fuses with contemporary music in this new work by Luca Tieppo (music) and Riccardo Bentsik (texts) for female singer (She), male singer (He), spoken word (Mr Wyrd) and piano (ca 75′).

ClockworkA She and a He, and Mr Wyrd, a sort of fate that seems to hesitate between freedom and accident. Wyrd is introduced while tending to complex mechanisms and music boxes, which represent life’s continuous routine that can only be broken by an unexpected element: he combines such elements.

At the beginning, She and He are alone but Mr Wyrd’s fanciful and bizarre mechanisms allow them to meet. The first brief encounter leaves behind itself a phase of reflection: She and He sing their dreams but also their fears for the price that Love would ask them to pay. In the second half, Wyrd decides to give a little boost for a new and more promising meeting opportunity. All the rest is a matter of course: from the sweetness of courtship and consolation to the explicit abandon of the lovers’ bodies.

Job description

The ideal candidate will be a story-teller, will enjoy working as part of a team, and will have the vision to bring a new work on stage. Experience in musical theatre and/or working with singers is essential. Training / Experience in physical theatre desirable. This is a paid position: £100 + profit share.

To register your interest, please email CV and covering letter to Tamara Tempera: tamara@t.artproductions.co.uk by 5pm July 1st.

Interviews will be held in Dulwich (SE London) shortly after the deadline.

Uphill – watch the trailer!

Watch the trailer of our current dance project, Uphill, choreographed by Jessica Edgley on music by Luca Tieppo. The video was filmed on May 19th at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London during a workshop of three of the five pieces forming the whole show: Not to see or to see, Struggle to be, Cog no more.

Extracts of Uphill will be performed in the Linden Studio, Royal Ballet Covent Garden, as part of the International Dance Teacher Conference this coming August. 

Video realised by Webra Multimedia.

The Startup Showcase

We are very excited to be part of this year’s Startup Showcase at Somerset House next weekend Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th of March.

The Startup Showcase is a two-day creative festival celebrating the best and brightest of London’s new creative startup scene. The event features a truly unique pop-up marketplace with over 100 creative businesses showcasing the hottest new products and services of 2013, including T· Ar!

Drop by to meet us and discuss your musical projects with us. Tickets are on sale on School for Creative Startups website.

During a private VIP preview on the evening of Thursday 21st, we will be honoured to present our guests highlights from Suggestions of Love, with Amy J Payne as She, Philip Lee as He and George Collie as Mr Wyrd.


A preview of Preludes sur la Danse at Two Temple Place

A preview of one of the pieces forming the collection composed by our MD Luca Tieppo, Promenade, is taking place on Monday 18th March at Two Temple Place during an exclusive viewing of the current exhibition Amongst Heroes: the artist in working Cornwall with dancers of The New English Ballet Theatre. Choreography by Jessica Edgley.

A Fish Sale on a Cornish Beach by Stanhope A. Forbes, RA (1857 – 1947), oil on canvas; dated 1885. From the collections of Plymouth City Council (Museums and Archives) © Bridgeman Art Library


Preludes sur la Danse – a new show

Jessica Edgley, Mistress of The New English Ballet Theatre, has just started to workshop extracts from Luca Tieppo’s Preludes sur la Danse.

Dance workshop

From left to right: Rachel Thomas, Craig Ward, Georgina Connolly, Francesca Tennant


Originally composed as a collection of concert pieces for piano solo, Preludes sur la Danse consist of two volumes, inspired by the rhythms and dynamics of a ballet lesson. La Barre was premiered in 2007 by American pianist and composer Scott Mayfield, whereas Le Centre was performed for the first time by the composer himself in a series of concerts in London last year. The work is now taking shape as a dance show for the theatre, with a captivating and enchanting choreography by Jessica Edgley, with Georgina Connolly, Francesca Tennant, Rachel Thomas, Natasha Trigg, Christopher Furlong, Craig Ward.

Stay tuned for more news. A video of the workshops will be coming soon!

Suggestions of Love on Sponsume

Help us raise £1000 to put on two more performances of Suggestions of Love in the new year!

Simply click HERE, watch the video and if you like the project back it up! You can also help by sharing the link with your friends and colleagues. Rewards for supporters go from our eternal gratitude to tickets for the London’s previews to … anything (reasonable and musical) you would like us to do for you!

Deadline is November 7th.

Notes for Voices

New composition workshops – test out new pieces, techniques and ideas with singers and vocal coaches.

Click here to read more.

World Premiere of ‘Suggestions of Love’ on October 28th in London

Some dates for your diary! The world premiere of Suggestions of Love will take place on Sunday October 28th, at The Forge in Camden, London. The second performance on Friday November 9th at Lauderdale House, Highgate, North London.

The cast – Amy Payne, Kevin Kyle, George Collie – and the creative team are looking forward to start rehearsals. We will be posting regular updates here, but in the meantime you may want to read more about the project on the dedicated page.


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