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Opera Perfomance in the System of Modern Mediaculture: Functions, Meanings and Links

Student: Olga Molodtsova

Supervisor: Victoria O. Vasileva

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Visual Culture (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

Тhe main task that we set ourselves before starting writing a dissertation was to use the material of cultural phenomena arising from the convergence of opera and media technologies to analyze the interaction of the Opera Performance and the System of Modern Mediaculture. As a result of the research, it was concluded that the convergence of opera and media technology promotes the enrichment of the artistic language of music and film, "ennobling" technology and the spread of classical art in a high-tech environment. As a result of writing this dissertation, we concluded that the artistic culture is able to quickly adapt to the emergence of new technologies, and the task of the creators of the opera is today the creative mastery of modern multimedia tools and their application in their work.

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