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Vocaloid Opera “THE END” to be shown in Paris, France

2013.04.18 11:14:49 by andy category : Vocaloid Tags :Hatsune Miku THE END Vocaloid Vocaloid Opera

A Vocaloid Opera where there will be no orchestra or singer present, titled “THE END,” will be opening at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, France on November 11th and 13th. The opera will also be shown at the Bunkamura Orchard Hall in Shibuya on May 23rd and 24th.

 

The Théâtre du Châtelet was built in 1862 and is an opera house that can hold 2,500 visitors. Operas, ballet, performances, classical concerts, and film screenings are held there.

 

The Vocaloid Opera is comprised of songs and visuals featuring Hatsune Miku and other Vocaloids, and was created by a varied group of artists such as Shibuya Keiichiro, Okada Toshiki, YKBX, Shigematsu Shouhei, evala, and Pinokio P. The designer Lui Vuitton also took part by creating the costume designs. The Opera follows Hatsune Miku as she journeys to find out about her own death, and has been getting good reviews from those who have already seen it.

 

Visit the official website for more info, or check out the preview below.

 

 

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