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
The Opera Latin America theaters association (OLA) together with eight Chilean theaters promoted a study of digital audiences in Latin America during the pandemic that sought to determine habits and project future trends in a hybrid scenario. The inquiry provides guidelines for management and programming
We talked with René Coronado, executive director of the Ópera de Colombia, in “about opera y others herbs”, about the company's 45th anniversary, the challenges it proposes this new year, the legacy of Gloria Zea and the current panorama that she lives the art scene
By João Luiz Sampaio
The cultural producer Flavia Furtado has her name closely associated with the Amazonas Opera Festival, where she has been working for two decades. In recent years, however, she has also acted in favor of reflecting on the world of opera in Brazil.
To celebrate World Book Day, we conducted a search for Latin American operas based on works of fiction, novels, literary classics, among other books. We recommend this literary selection from Ecuador, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Peru that showcases the work of Latin American composers
During Women's Month we highlight the work of women in theatres. A production coordinator, two executive directors, a National Ballet interpreter and a coordinator of audience department, told us about their experiences in the performing arts.
They also their told us point of view regarding the
Flavia Furtado, serves as executive director of the Amazonas Opera Festival. She has different facets that make her a well-rounded woman, since she is a pianist, cultural manager and commercial engineer. In addition, she is the founder and one of the directors of the Brazilian
During the month of women, OLA conducted interviews with different managers, professionals and artists to find out their point of view regarding the role of women in the cultural sector.
Gema Nataly Contreras, interpreter of the Chilean National Ballet (BANCH), was one of them. The Bachelor
Melissa Giorgio Alcalde, coordinator of the audience area of the Gran Teatro Nacional, Lima-Peru, is a social communicator, cultural manager and actress.
Melissa herself has been linked to the cultural sector since 2003, the year in which she worked as a theatre producer and consultant on
Pierina Lavanca, is executive director of the Sodre National Symphony Orchestra and the Sodre National Chamber Music Ensemble, was one of the women OLA interviewed to make visible the role of women in theaters and find out their point of view regarding to the female