Tosca Scarpia improvisation scene (also in dissertation, here texted in English) from performance at Vadstena Gamla Teater, July 28, 2012.
In this version of Death of the tropes, the pianist's solo in the beginning is included.
Improvised opera on gender parody theme, Malmö 2012.
The Carmen play, a parodic game where singers compete in performing stereotype operatic characters: Don José and Carmen in Bizet's opera (1875).
Examples from dissertation
A collage on the theme of master suppression techniques.
A bricolage from the scenes performed in Opera Nova, where improvisation and repertoire was mixed and remixed.
Presentation and first scene of an improvised opera from Vadstena, 2012.
Scene featuring the IAM analysis (see dissertation) used as method for analyzing vocal and musical actions.
First scene of improvised opera (also presented above) from Malmö, 2012.
Scene featuring deconstruction of operatic character performance by means of parody, Malmö, 2012.
Scene between Tosca and Scarpia (Puccini) featuring the tag-out technique that was used in order to deconstruct relations between performer and character, or signifier and sign.
Scene between Don Giovanni and Zerlina (Mozart) featuring the technique of stepwise exchange of voice and body representing a character on stage, by the use of dubbing that was used in order to deconstruct relations between performer and character, or signifier and sign.
Scene between Tosca and Scarpia (Puccini) first using tag-out technique in repertoire scene (see above), later continued as improvisation.