On December 14th and 15th, the Ópera Latinoamérica Annual Conference was held at Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, along with the first face-to-face meeting of Argentinian opera houses. More than 45 lyrical organizations gathered in two days of work that installed new guidelines for the sustainability

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Inaugurated in 1891, the Teatro del Libertador de Córdoba was built with the aim of giving the city its own stable cultural hall. Recently, it recovered its former splendor after a remodeling and enhancement of its architecture and tradition. The general director of the institution,

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The history of the Palacio de Bellas Artes de México has a unique dynamic, intertwined by two fundamental periods in the country's history: the Porfirio Díaz regime and the Mexican Revolution. Its construction is also marked by the development and beautification of Mexico City, in

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This October 25, World Opera Day will bring together different lyrical houses under the slogan "The opera returns" (#OperaReboot) to celebrate the return to the stage. Different theaters around the world will perform a series of concerts from their rooftops, rooftops and other unpublished spaces

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The singers Carlos Álvarez and Xabier Anduaga; the stage directors Emilio Sagi and Robert Carsen, the conductor Riccardo Frizza, the Zarzuela Artistic and Educational Project of the Teatro de la Zarzuela or the production Turandot directed by Franc Aleu at the Gran Teatre del Liceu

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