Sets for the Haymarket Opera company's staging of La Descente d'Orphèe aux Enfers
“[S]et designer David Mayernik's painted revolving panels mirrored the authentic sounds emanating from [Craig] Trompeter's "pit" band.”
February 25, 2012|John von Rhein|Classical music critic
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Sets for the Haymarket's staging of Henry Purcell's Dido & Aeneas
“The painted, revolving panels of David Mayernik's period-style decor lent additional authenticity and eye-appeal.”
February 17, 2013|John von Rhein|Classical music critic
Sets for Haymarket's staging of Charpentier's Actèon
"[A]gainst the customary and wholly attractive rotating painted drops of designer David Mayernik."
March 9, 2014/Andrew Patner
For several seasons David Mayernik designed and painted stage sets for the Haymarket Opera company of Chicago, known for their period-informed productions of Baroque operas.
At the Academy you'll find program notes written by David Mayernik that describe the ideas behind the sets.