Flavia Furtado is the executive director of the Festival Amazonas, an annual initiative presented at the Teatro Amazonas, located in Manaus, Brazil.
Have you always wanted to work in the cultural world? Why?
No, I was not clear when I was young what I wanted to do.
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 published audios correspond to Otello de Verdi and Rossini's presentations of the tenth edition of the renowned Amazonian festival. These will also be available in the Podcast section of the main page of OLA website. More productions will be released within the next few
Festival Amazonas de Ópera (FAO) will take place between April 18 and June 7, 2020, in Manaus. Together with the traditional development of the Festival, the 2nd version of the Meeting of Opera Houses and Creative Economy will be held in Latin America.
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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
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
The forum will take place on May 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Cultural Center of the Palace of Justice in Manaus, Brazil.
The meeting will bring together important cultural actors from Brazil and Latin America to open the dialogue around the creation
The work of Giovanni Pergolesi, written in 1736, is re-read by the stage director Átila de Paula through the pastiche format, with a scenography that alludes to the problems of the current world. Mater Dolorosa is the result of a work developed by the Baroque
Six opera titles, family shows, concerts, talks and masterclasses announced for the XXII version of the Amazonas de Opera Festival. Flavia Furtado, executive director, recognizes the festival as the biggest Brazilian opera event, with activities that will take place from April 26 to May 30