written, staged and recorded by
Bea De Visser
Modest Doubt #1 and #2 are both performances with its origins in music and theatre and set as a performative event. This cycle of performances, recordings, and readings commenced in spring 2013 and was first hosted by the Urban Explorers festival Dordrecht (NL).
Modest Doubt # 1
Modest Doubt #1 was scripted, staged and recorded by Bea de Visser. Performed by counter tenor Oscar Verhaar
. Its lyrics are an assembly of elements of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Woman Monologues by William Shakespeare.
Modest Doubt # 2
Modest Doubt # 2 was scripted, staged and recorded by Bea de Visser. Performed by the pianists Javier Krohn
en Erwin Roommert Weerstra
. The event is contemporary interpretation of Gnossiennes 1 by Erik Satie, in both composition and composer.
- camera BENITO STRANGIO
- sound MATT KEMP
- editor BEA DE VISSER
- music Modest Doubt #2 Gnossienne nr. Erik Satie adaptation for two piano's by BEA DE VISSER
- music Modest Doubt #1
- text adaptation Modest Doubt #1 BEA DE VISSER from European Convention on Human Rights, Women Monologues by William Shakespeare
- song adaptation Modest Doubt #1 by OSCAR VERHAAR