What are we doing in Chile and Latin America to align with these global sustainability strategies in theaters? Actions such as those being promoted by Europe will in the coming years be compulsory and unavoidable topics for any organization and that even influence the financing
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
by NÉSTOR ECHEVARRÍA
The subject of the lyric theaters in the interior of Argentina undoubtedly deserves a singular examination and analysis, since they are connected with the advent of opera in our milieu and at the same time with concepts of society and its growth, the
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
The event, organized by Gran Teatro Nacional de Perú in collaboration with OLA, will be held via Facebook Live this Friday, April 23, at 5:00 pm (Peru time), with the participation of prominent representatives of Latin American cultural institutions.
Revisit the talk HERE
This month, Gran Teatro
In this week of Christian commemoration, we cannot help but remember the beginnings of classical music and opera in our continent, which are related to sacred music; in fact, the Guatemalan musicologist Omar Morales, points out that "the Catholic Church is the only institution that
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
On the stage of Teatro Colón, the director of the theatre, María Victoria Alcaraz and authorities of Buenos Aires presented the 2021 programme. This season brings a varieties of shows; lyrical titles, orchestras, choral concerts, ballet, anniversaries, women's cycle, musicals, among others.
On Thursday the 18th,
March arrives with great productions that will be transmitted digitally and in a reopened theatre. The Artistic and Cultural Extension Center - CEAC Universidad de Chile begins with a virtual program of concerts by Beethoven and Dvořák. Gran Teatre del Liceu of Barcelona with Hungarian
CEIA seeks to generate exchanges from the productive processes of the arts to other sectors and, in turn, promote innovation in the sector's productive chain.
Municipal de Santiago Theatre, the Arts Faculty of Catholic University of Chile, the Visual Arts Museum (MAVI) and the Reimagina Foundation