Ravel Double Bill
(L'Heure Espagnole; L'Enfant et les Sortileges
Boston Conservatory, Boston
by Maurice Ravel
directed by Nathan Troup, music director Andrew Altenbach
lights Jeff Adelberg, costumes Lara de Bruijn, wigs and makeup Jason Allen
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Reviews
 
Vive la France
February 8, 2012 - The Boston Phoenix
... Stage director Nathan Troup, whose inventive staging for L'enfant (helped immeasurably by set designer Julia Noulin- and lighting designer Jeff Adelberg), having the furniture 
and the animals literally come out of the woodwork ...


BoCo’s Conspicuous Success with 
Ravel Operas
by Mark DeVoto
FEBRUARY 4, 2012 - Boston Musical Intelligencer
...The two sets required for l’Enfant, which was first on the program, were imaginatively blended into one, with 
some shifting and careful changes of lighting. (The chorus, pushing hands or heads through an assembly of 
horizontal white tapes that made up the walls, reminded me of a very mod production of Wozzeck that I saw in 
Basel in 1990; the idea really worked here, as it didn’t there.) ...Congratulations to Andrew Altenbach, 
who conducted ably and steered through the often risky balance problems with skill. But congratulations above all to everyone, to the large team of performers and production who worked so well together to bring off 
this complex event so fearlessly