We continue with our new section "Theater of the Month", in which we highlight the history and architectural value of the theaters that make up our network. In this edition, we present the Municipal Theater of São Paulo.
Founded on September 12, 1911, the São Paulo
The Brazilian stage director recently premiered at the 23rd Festival Amazonas de Ópera a new production for the opera Três minutos de sol, by the São Paulo composer Leonardo Martinelli. In this interview, she tells us about her training in the discipline, the transforming power
In this edition, the program will be entirely dedicated to works by Brazilian composers and performers. The operas "Três Minutos de Sol", by Leonardo Martinelli, "O Corvo", by Eduardo Frigatti and "Moto-contínuo", by Piero Schlochauer will be premiered. The programming will be broadcast for free
The initiative, in which OLA members participate, was born during the pandemic and acts to unite and strengthen the sector in the country. It already has the participation of 119 institutions and almost 1,400 independent professionals.
Born during the pandemic with the aim of uniting and
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 initiative is created one year after the signing of an agreement for the promotion of opera in Brazil between OLA and Special Secretariat of Culture of Brazil. The National Programme will have an investment of more than 600 thousand dollars.
February 4, Rio de Janeiro,
The programme for next year edition of Festival Amazonas de Ópera, will take place from April 18 to June 7, and will pay tribute to Ludwig van Beethoven.
After the signing of the agreement between the Special Secretariat of Cultural of the Ministry of Citizenship of
Brazil,the first Latin American government to sign a collaboration agreement with Ópera Latinomérica. The objective of this document is to promote the development of opera theaters in Brazil, share good practices and increase the circulation of productions in the region.
The Brazilian government, through the Special
In its 17th edition, the María Callas Brazilian Singing Contest featured 131 candidates from seven Latin American countries and an outstanding group of judges from Brazil, North America and Europe. The contest also featured a conversation and a masterclass given by some of the invited
Interview with the outstanding director, composer and cultural manager who on May 27th premieres his opera Kawah Ijen (O vulcão azul) at the XXI Festival Amazonas de Ópera in Manaus.
Kawah Ijen (O vulcão azul) is an unpublished work, commissioned by the Festival Amazonas de Ópera. The