Two brave private companies from Greek incest to Porteño pimps and whores

I recently wrote about the diversity of opera as an art form. In this review you will find two prime examples: Jean-Philippe Rameau’s initial opera Hippolyte et Aricie and the premiere of a short Argentine chamber opera, Ultramarina, music by Pablo Mainetti and libretto by Edgardo Cozarinsky. The first at the Usina del Arte for three performances, the second at the small theatre Hasta Trilce for a considerable number of evenings.

By Pablo Bardin For the Herald