This World Opera Day, the Ibero American Opera theaters of Ópera Latinoamérica (OLA) premiere a documentary miniseries that recounts the different creative and production processes that take place in opera. We invite you to delve into opera, from the composition of the music and writing
(Español) Este 25 de octubre se celebra el Día Mundial de la Ópera con el foco puesto en revelar y difundir los diferentes procesos que tienen lugar en la ópera.
(Español) El Teatro Cafam, en Bogotá, alberga un amplio abanico de espectáculos artísticos.
(Español) Opera America, organización asociada a Ópera Latinoamérica (OLA), realizará su conferencia 2022 entre el 18 y el 21 de mayo.
(Español) El Tercer Encuentro de Teatros Iberoamericanos se propuso reflexionar y establecer líneas de trabajo para generar propuestas de valor para las comunidades del territorio iberoamericano.
Inaugurated in 1891, the Teatro del Libertador de Córdoba was built with the aim of giving the city its own stable cultural hall. Recently, it recovered its former splendor after a remodeling and enhancement of its architecture and tradition. The general director of the institution,
This October 25, World Opera Day will bring together different lyrical houses under the slogan "The opera returns" (#OperaReboot) to celebrate the return to the stage. Different theaters around the world will perform a series of concerts from their rooftops, rooftops and other unpublished spaces
Networking, the constant spirit of innovation and the urgent need to diversify funding sources are just some of the guidelines worked out in the last meeting with theaters and professionals of the lyrical arts from Latin America and Spain. Held between June 29 and July
#AprendoEnCasa campaign launches its website to unite hundreds of quality educational content on a single site, to teach at a distance or online.
Theaters in Latin America will share educational material for free.
The collaborative work brings together contributions from more than 45 organizations in 7 countries
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