This performance by The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra includes the World Premiere performance of Australian composer Melody Eötvös’ Ruler of the Hive. Narrated by award winning actor Pamela Rabe, this work continues the TSO’s exploration of music inspired by William Shakespeare.
Recorded live in concert at Federation Concert Hall, Hobart 4 August 2018 by ABC Classic FM. Producer Toby Frost. Engineer Veronika Vincze.
You can listen to the official Faure Requiem recording tomorrow here
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This past Sunday was a day I’ve been waiting for and dreaming about for a long time. I’m still on a high from meeting Pamela and the overall experience.
The event was called “An Audience With Pamela Rabe” and took place in the RADA Studios in London. The doors opened at 2:15 PM. After a well-made introduction video, which you can watch below, Pamela took the stage around 3 PM. Needless to say that she looked stunning as ever. Pam talked for two hours and patiently and elaborately answered questions from the audience.
After a short break, we finally got the chance to meet her one by one. The fact that I even got within 10 feet of her was amazing, but then, you know, getting a hug from my idol? That was insane, surreal and beyond beautiful. I thought I was going to fall through the floor. She’s the sweetest and most down-to-earth person you’ll ever meet. I was starstruck and couldn’t figure out what to say despite having millions of questions. My nervousness took over me, but I will remember and cherish this moment for the rest of my life. Thank you so much!
I also want to thank Screen Star Events for making this possible to us fans. Seriously, this was one of the best organized events I’ve ever been to. If anyone of you was on the fence about attending it, please take the chance next time. It is worth every penny and then some.
Also, another warm shout out to the wonderful fellow Pamela fans I’ve met that evening. I’m sorry if I came off as a weirdo. My mind drew blank since I was overwhelmed by all of this. I wish I could have spent more time with all of you.