Next Thursday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m., the opera by Antonio Vivaldi will be heard for the first time at the Teatro Real. A large cast specialized in the Baroque, led by countertenor Max Emanuel Cencic, will perform this beautiful opera by a Venetian composer
In this recent interview for the program "The beauty of singing" of the Chilean radio station Radio Beethoven, produced by the Ibáñez Atkinson Foundation and hosted by Andrés Rodríguez Spoerer, our executive director, Alejandra Martí, talked about the origins of Ópera Latinoamérica, the benefits of
After more than 25 episodes with weekly premieres, the space launches a cycle of four concerts dedicated to national music, which includes the world premiere of a piece written by the young composer Tomás Brantmayer, as well as works by Cirilo Vila, Guillermo Rifo, Valeria
We know that calls and contests are important tools for professional development on the scene, but we also know that there is often confusion about what to look for when applying.
Do you want to apply for a competitive fund and don't know how to do
The Bogota Coliseum has open the calls for its July workshops, which will focus on topics such as multimedia reproduction for live shows and a laboratory for the inclusion of new audiences.
The Teatro Colón in Bogotá has already opened the calls for the virtual workshops
The interview was conducted live for MusicaClasicaBA's Instagram. The public took the opportunity not only to greet her, but also to ask her various questions. We share here part of the talk that Música Clásica 3.0 had with Oriana Favaro.
By Maxi Luna. Published in Classic
For the season interrupted by the pandemic, Ópera XXI incorporated the Best Digital Initiative award during the confinement, which the jury awarded ex aequo to the MyOperaPlayer platform led by the Teatro Real and the Peralada Livestream Festival. The "OLA Award", in collaboration with Ópera
The different classes are aimed at singers, dancers and the general public, addressing different themes and proposals around the history and analysis of opera, the practice of singing, dance, stage design, costumes, theatrical hairdressing and the acquisition of different knowledge that supports the theatrical trades.
In this edition, the program will be entirely dedicated to works by Brazilian composers and performers. The operas "Três Minutos de Sol", by Leonardo Martinelli, "O Corvo", by Eduardo Frigatti and "Moto-contínuo", by Piero Schlochauer will be premiered. The programming will be broadcast for free