Festival Amazonas de Ópera launch new website and starts selling tickets for 2020 edition
Festival Amazonas de Ópera starts selling tickets for its 2020 season, which includes Peter Grimes, Fidelio, Attila, Armide, O Menino maluquinho and Onheama, which will take place between April 18 and June 7. In addition the festival announced the transmission via television through the international channel Allegro HD.
Festival Amazonas de Ópera (FAO) launched its official website and starts selling tickets for the 23rd edition of the event. Now, the public can already guarantee a seat in advance on www.fao.teatroamazonas.com.br.
The festival, held by the Government of Amazonas, through the Secretary of State for Culture and Creative Economy, will take place from April 18 to June 7 2020, with performances at Teatro Amazonas and Teatro da Instalacao.
The Secretary of State for Culture and Creative Economy, Marcos Apolo Muniz, points out that the initiative aims to attract the public outside the Festival.
“The official website is very important because it will facilitate external public access to information about FAO. Tourists from Brazil and other countries, who are interested in knowing the festival, the culture of the Amazon and the natural beauty of our state, will also have the opportunity to consult the programme in advance and plan to be in Manaus during this period. “, he says.
On www.fao.teatroamazonas.com.br, in addition to guaranteeing tickets for the performances, the public can consult the entire 2020 programme, the history of the festival, learn who participates in the festival and read the news from the operatic industry in Brazil.
In 2020, Festival Amazonas de Ópera will honor the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven.The programme will present: Peter Grimes, by Benjamin Britten, in a production in partnership with the Universidad de Los Andes de Bogotá, stage direction by Pedro Salazar; O Menino Maluquinho, by Ernani Aguiar, based on the work of the same name by Ziraldo, directed by Matheus Sabbá; Fidelio, the only opera by Beethoven, in a montage in collaboration with Opera de Colombia and stage direction by Alejandro Chacón; Armide of Christoph Willibald Gluck, within the Laboratory of Baroque Opera, directed by William Pereira; and Attila by Giuseppe Verdi, directed by Julianna Santos.
This year, tickets FAO range between R $ 20 and R $ 100 ($5 to $25 USD), for the performances that will take place at Theater Amazon, and from R $ 30 to R $ 60 ($7 to $14 USD) for the performances at Theater Instalacao.
Committed to the international public, FAO signed a partnership with Allegro HD, a channel of the Eurochannel Group, which will also disseminate, as of Monday (3/2), the full program of the event for the five countries in which it operates: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Ecuador and Colombia.