Carried out for the first time online and with an international jury, the 18th Brazilian Singing Contest María Callas announced the 10 winners for all vocal categories and a special prize chosen by the public via Facebook.
74 candidates participatingorn Initiative Cia Opera São Paulo to
The contest will take place between June 14-27. The participants will send their videos to be evaluated by the jury, all the vocal categories will be awarded this year, plus the special prize of the public with open voting on Facebook, on the fanpage of
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 contest will feature a jury composed of prominent brazilian and international lyric professional scene. Registration will be available until March 1, 2020, and prizes include money, scholarships and participation in concerts and opera seasons.
The 18th María Callas Brazilian Singing Contest, organized by Cia Ópera
The agreement is created during the reflection sessions prepared at the Theatro Municipal de São Paulo on the occasion of the launch of the OLA-Brazil 2021 Congress in the city of Manaus.
The plan includes a series of meetings with rotating headquarters during 2020 which will
Open to the public, the event “Opera en pauta” will be held on November 25 at the Theatro Municipal de São Paulo, around the social-economic impact and the development of the audience in the opera. The co-organized meeting with the Festival Amazonas de Ópera
Sao Paulo Opera Company invites Latin American lyric singers to participate in the 17th version of the María Callas Brazilian Singing Contest. Among the prizes are cash, scholarships and participation in the 2019 season of the Brazilian company
The 17th María Callas Singing Brazilian Contest, with
The Regional Theater of Rancagua of Chile, São Paulo Opera Company and the Nu Opera join Ópera Latinamérica
During the opening session of the conference, María Victoria Alcaraz, General Director of the Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires and President of Opera Latin America, OLA welcomed the new