"Projection designer" isn't a title you often see in the program of a concert at a major symphony orchestra. For that matter, neither is "director and designer." These titles showed up in the program for the San Francisco Symphony's "semi-staged" concert presentation of Debussy's "Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien" this January. "Sébastien" was written in 1911 as a play with music for full symphony, two vocal soloists, a full choir and a narrator. It is unlikely that Claude Debussy anticipated ...
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