Stage Design Le Cantatrici villane (Sketchbook · 2019) Le Cantatrici villane. Ópera de Valentino Fioravanti · 1799 (Cuaderno de dibujos escenográficos) Les Cantatrices villageoises. Opéra de Valentino Fioravanti ·1799 (Cuaderno de dibujos escenográficos) 2019-2020 42 x 30 cm. Mixed technique/paper Sketchbook cover. October 2019. Ms. CV1920, fº 3r. Casoria, 18th century. Piazza di Campagna. Stage sketches and drawings by Jaime de Córdoba and Oriol Vaz. Watercolor and pastels/paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 3v-4r. Architectural modules and perspective views. Ink, watercolour and pastels/paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 5vº-6r. Robert Wilson set designs, drapery studies, and architectural models. Coloured pencils, collage, gouache and watercolour/paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 9v-10r. Studies for the Head of Caesar ("Ezio di Metastasio", Act II). Pencils, ink and collage / paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 15v-16r. Lighting study and set of lights for the different hours of the day. Mixed technique/paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 8v-9r. Opera storyboard for the different set designs development: Casoria square and Rosa's living room. Pencils and ink/paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 19v-20r. Stage design sketch, Act 1, scene 1: Piazza of Casoria, in the early morning. Pen and watercolour/paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 23r. Stage design sketch, Act 1, scene 2: Piazza of Casoria, in the midday sun. They take the harpsichord out of Don Marco's house. Pen and watercolour / paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 24r. Stage design sketch, Act 1, scene 3: Rosa's house living room. In the dark, the furniture is glimpsed thanks to the light of the old iron stove. Pen and watercolour / paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 25r. Stage design sketch, Act 2, scene 1: Piazza di Casoria, at dusk. Preparations for the performance of l'Ezio di Metastasio; stir of lovers. Pen and watercolour / paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 26r. Stage design sketch, Act 2, final scene: Night has fallen on the Piazza of Casoria. Loving outcome among the Don Bucefalo's Roman opera set; column and head of caesar. Pen and watercolour / paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 27r. Design of some wood structures fot the Tavern "Tavola Calda" and Don Marco's noble house. Renders (collage), coloured markers, pencils, graphite and ink/paper, Ms. CV1920, fº 37r-38r. Color palette for wooden set (pastel and earth tones according to the costume palette design), Ms. CV1920, fº 40v-41r. Work in process at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona and at the Jaime de Córdoba Sculpture Workshop: Carlota Arroyo, Josep Vila, Oriol Vaz & Jaime de Córdoba. © Oriol Vaz, 2019. Rosa's famous stove for her living room, made of formwork cardboard, wood and tilting lamps. Assembling wooden frames for building sets in the sculpture workshop at the Faculty of Fine Arts. © Oriol Vaz, 2020. Belén Domínguez-Adame and Oriol Vaz, weaving and holding the backdrop representing Casoria Skyline (9 x 5 meters), at the Teatre de Sarrià. © Encarna Caballero, January 2020. Some assembly phases Various: atrezzo and fixed sets. Jaime de Córdoba, Belén Rodríguez-Adame near Caesar's head, Carlota Arroyo, Oriol Vaz and Josep Vila. Assembly of Don Marco's mansion at the Teatre de Sarrià (Barcelona), with Fine Arts students team: Alicia Mascaró, Laura Amezcua, Carlota Arroyo, Josep Vila, under the direction of Ramón Pascual and Oriol Vaz. © Encarna Caballero, February 2020. Mailing and invitation cards designed by Jaime de Córdoba and Oriol Vaz. © University of Barcelona Culture Department, 2020.