The different classes are aimed at singers, dancers and the general public, addressing different themes and proposals around the history and analysis of opera, the practice of singing, dance, stage design, costumes, theatrical hairdressing and the acquisition of different knowledge that supports the theatrical trades.
On the stage of Teatro Colón, the director of the theatre, María Victoria Alcaraz and authorities of Buenos Aires presented the 2021 programme. This season brings a varieties of shows; lyrical titles, orchestras, choral concerts, ballet, anniversaries, women's cycle, musicals, among others.
On Thursday the 18th,
With limited capacity, outdoor activities and protocols established by the World Health Organization, some Ópera Latinoamérica (OLA) theatres will be reopened.
The performing arts have been greatly affected by COVID-19; in fact, it is the first time in history that there is a generalized closure of
The Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón (ISATC) -Buenos Aires and Mar del Plata headquarters- opens the enrollment for its 2021 school year for the Orchestral Academy, Singing, Dance, Opera Stage Direction, Opera and Arts Musical Preparation courses Scenarios. The courses and entrance exams
Next Sunday, October 4 at 8:00 p.m., the concert that marked the debut in our first coliseum of the Mexican tenor Javier Camarena, together with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires, directed by the master Enrique Arturo Diemecke.
The concert performed during the 2017 season included
The Beijing Forum for the Performing Arts connects 40 international institutions and more than 50 local groups in China in order to consolidate an alliance to promote the performing arts in the world. Consolidating its strong presence worldwide, the Teatro Colón, through its General Director
This Sunday 20, at 8:00 p.m., both institutions will broadcast through their digital platforms, the concert of the Chilean director that marked a milestone in the 2017 season of the main Argentine theater and that featured solo performances by the prominent violinist Pinchas Zukerman and
The Teatro Colón explores the experimentation of new forms in the lyric by putting new technologies at the service of expression and art.
Fuggi, crudele, fuggi integrates the fifth episode of the CasasdeÔpera cycle with the idea, script and direction by Mariana Ciolfi, musical direction by
Next Sunday, September 6 at 8:00 p.m. Argentina, the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires will offer a new transmission through the digital platform Cultura en Casa: Gaetano Donizetti Don Pasquale's comic opera, performed during the 2019 lyric season.
Premiered in 1843 at the Italian Theater in
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