Welcome interview with Paulo Zuben, Pedagogical Artistic Director of Theatro São Pedro - Santa Marcelina Culture of São Paulo, Brazil.
Theatro São Pedro is inserted both in the tradition of opera houses created in the early 19th and 20th centuries, as well as the proliferation of
"The challenge is to make the public come to the theatre, we are implementing actions for the development of audiences", Executive Director María Cecilia Sánchez and the Artistic Director Ramón Barranco of Teatro Sánchez Aguilar, Ecuador.
Fundación Sánchez Aguilar built Teatro Sánchez Aguilar to contribute to the
Interview with Ingrid Novoa, Director of Compañía Mexicana The Nu Ópera
Tell us what The Nu Opera is, and what is the work with your artists and audiences?
I am very excited to be part of this wonderful network of creation and cultural exchange between Ibero and Latin
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
The Artistic and Cultural Extension Center of the University of Chile is the house of the National Symphony Orchestra, the Chilean National Ballet, the Symphonic Chorus and the Camerata Vocal of the University of Chile. The prestigious institution is the new collaborator towards Opera Latinpamérica's
Costa Rica is a privileged country in natural settings, where you can enjoy ecotourism paradises and some of the best beaches in the continent. A friendly, pluricultural and multilingual people as a result of the cultural fusion of immigrants. The Costa Rican sustainable gastronomic offer
Ópera Latinoamérica greets two new members: Compañía Lírica Nacional (CLN) de Costa Rica and Juventus Lyrica de Buenos Aires
The National Lyric Company was born on January 22, 1980, when the state begins to allocate a budget for the realization of an annual season that satisfies the interest
The OLA Network integrates two new Latin American theaters: Bicentennial Theater of San Juan in Argentina and from Mexico the Bicentennial Theater of León.
Today the integration of two emblematic theaters to the OLA network was announced, which is focused on supporting the development and dissemination
Opening a new space for artistic groups, festivals and theaters with classical repertoire, Ópera Latinamérica seeks to expand its network and the scope of its new services.
Along with the registration of its new legal status in Santiago, Chile, OLA created a new category called “Adherent
Opera Latinoamérica warmly welcomes to the Teatre del Liceu de Barcelona to the most important Theater Network in Latin America and Spain.
The Gran Teatre del Liceu, founded in 1847 on the Rambla in Barcelona, is an opera house that over the years has maintained its function