Between the 22nd and 24th October 2018, a new version of Ópera Latinoamérica OLA, Annual General Meeting will be held at the National Sucre Theater in Quito, Ecuador
The Sucre National Theater is one of the oldest opera houses in South America and the city of Quito, as well as the most prestigious theater in Ecuador. It is one of the oldest opera houses in South America, since it was inaugurated in 1886, before the Teatro de Cristóbal Colón in Bogotá (1892), the Amazon of Manaus (1896) and the Colon of Buenos Aires (1908).
With a rich pre-Columbian history, Quito the capital of Ecuador was founded on the ruins of an Inca city, but offers everything a modern traveler may need. It remains one of the best preserved historical enclaves in Latin America and UNESCO declared it a world heritage site. Among the most important places in Quito are Baroque jewels, such as the monasteries of San Francisco and Santo Domingo, as well as the church and the school of La Compañía. This huge city stretches over a fabulous Andean valley surrounded by volcanic peaks.
The agenda of the 11th Annual OLA Meeting will be available in the coming months.