Audio-visual installation inspired by Pulitzer Prize-winning opera p r i s m, Lumee’s Dream opens to the public on February 22.
As part of LA Opera’s Eurydice Found countywide festival, Lumee’s Dream is a stunning audio-visual installation inspired by an aria from Ellen Reid and Roxie Perkin’s opera p r i s m, the winner of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Music.
As visitors walk through the installation, they’ll experience the tragic character, Lumee, being summoned almost supernaturally through spatialized sound and evocative visuals. This site-specific soundscape beckons the listener with its eerie and alluring melodies, amplifying the human experience through light and sound.
- Written by Ellen Reid (composer) and Roxie Perkins (librettist)
- Video by James Darrah (director) and Adam Larsen (cinematographer)
- Audio mix and installation design by Ears Up
- Produced and hosted by LA Opera
The installation is available to the general public on Saturday, February 22, from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Third Tier (Hope Street side)
135 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Free to the general public.
- Lumee’s Dream installation
- Attendees interacting with the installation
ABOUT EURYDICE FOUND:
Inspired by LA Opera's world premiere of Eurydice, a completely new opera created by composer Matthew Aucoin and librettist Sarah Ruhl, artists, scholars and community members across Los Angeles have come together to share their stories and art through Eurydice Found, a festival dedicated to new perspectives on the enduring Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice.
This multidimensional, countywide celebration launched in January 2020 and continues through the end of March. The festival has united more than 50 partners and includes well over 50 events.
Vanessa Flores Waite
Director of Communications
LA Opera is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the greater Los Angeles community.