The study measured the ways of approaching consumption, trends in content, percentages of acceptance, preferences in the use of access devices and the new challenges of theater in the audiovisual field. The results of the study will be presented today at 8:00 pm in Peru
$ 8,035,500 was the amount raised through the initiative that aims to support those Freelance workers in the field of classical music, singing and dance.
Fifteen weeks after the first case was declared Coronavirus in Chile, the situation of many independent artists in the country is
With the celebration of the 'Madrid en Danza' festival, Teatros del Canal will become the first theater that opens its doors after confinement in the region and one of the first in Spain .. All safety and hygiene measures have been implemented, and the use
The sessions will take place in the afternoons of May 28 and 29, the program of the virtual meeting addresses the problems of the theater and the return to normal.
The virtual conference of Opera Europa replaces the event scheduled to take place in Helsinki and
Interview Eliane Parreiras, President of the Fundação Clóvis Salgado FCS
How is organizing Fundação Clóvis Salgado for the reopening of the theater when sanitary measures allow it?
Given the changes in social behavior that the pandemic imposes, this is perhaps the time when it is most necessary
This Friday, May 22 at 1:00 pm in Chile / 2:00 pm in Brasilia, the webinar "Brazil and the development of the opera industry" will be held. It will include representatives from Festival Amazonas de Ópera, Theatro Municipal de São Paulo, Theatro da Paz de
The conference will take place from May 13 to June 03, and each week will have a different focus of conversation and debate: Future vision, New technologies, real membership and making a change. Registration is free and open to the public.
OPERA America’s 50th annual conference
This Thursday, May 14 at 12 noon (Chile), a new session of Academia iF will be held, which will feature panelists with Joan Matabosch from Teatro Real in Madrid; Carmen Gloria Larenas of the Municiapal de Santiago; Alonso Escalante of Ópera de Bellas Artes, Mexico;
A series of talks and conferences have been held during this month of confinement between OLA members and theaters of other organizations.
The cycle of talks has enabled theatres to connect globally and learn the trends during the crisis.
The current health crisis has created high uncertainty
Due to the measures taken by OMS for the spread of COVID-19, some Latin American theaters are beginning to cancel shows to be held during the month of March.
The list by country, theater and modified production is detailed below with the information updated today.