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Tour Art Competition 2019

See the shortlisted entries for our Tour Art Competition 2019

Lost and Found: our theme for 2019

The theme for this year’s competition is ‘Lost and Found’, a common thread in the three operas on tour in 2019. In Verdi’s masterpiece Rigoletto, the Duke’s jester loses his innocent daughter Gilda to his master, and his revenge leads to tragic results. The hero of Handel’s Rinaldo must come to the rescue of his beloved Almirena who has been kidnapped by a wicked sorceress. In Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore, Nemorino is losing in his fight for Adina’s affections against his rival, the dashing soldier Belcore, until a magic love potion offers hope.


THE WINNER OF 2019’S TOUR ART COMPETITION is TOM FABER WITH THE DIGITAL PRINT COMPOSITION AFTER SAINT ANTHONY.
Congratulations to all the shortlisted entries.
Winner
Composition After Saint Anthony by Tom Faber
Second prize
Trials of Life by Inês Miguel Oliveira
Third prize
Satin Obscurity by Sharon Adebisi
Shortlisted entries
All who wander are not lost by Annabelle Bond
Found by Emirhan Akin
Sehnsucht by Joanna Cohn
Self Care by Omar Crenshaw
Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers by Jayne Dickinson
Elixir of time by Dennis Esteves
The Sound of a Face by Stephen McGowan
Organic Circles of Life by Leah Nikolaou

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