Piano, pianissimo, pianississimo. In music, usually this means soft, softer, and even softer. This time, though, I mean it literally: the musical instrument—pianos, more pianos, even more pianos. Uprights of various vintages are moved around strategically in arresting configurations. This forest of pianos is the only furniture on the stage, aside from a bench or two.
What has it to do with Don Giovanni? I’m still trying to figure it out…
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Categories: Music, PARTERRE BOX, Philadelphia
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