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Sadler's Wells Theater Roadshow © Kate Cowdrey i
Sadler's Wells Theatre Roadshow
On the occasion of the Members and Patrons Summer/Autumn 2018 Season Preview, Sadler’s Wells Theatre presented the FEDORA Platform.
The evening offered a unique insight into the curation of the season and its exciting new productions. This year also marks the 20th anniversary of the new theatre, and Alistair Spalding, Sadler's Wells Artistic Director and Chief Executive, has taken the opportunity to offer some thoughts on the wider industry and the place of contemporary dance today.
Sadler's Wells was also pleased to announce its involvement with the FEDORA Platform whose investment in creativity and collaboration in the performing arts across Europe is needed now perhaps more than ever. Its Season Preview has highlighted forthcoming collaborations with artists who have been supported by FEDORA.
Experience Opera and Ballet Online, Platform Members, Roadshow
Stara Zagora State Opera
01 July 2022
Stara Zagora / Bulgaria
Ms Rusalina Mochukova, soprano and child psychologist is presenting the music workshops for children and youth with special needs, based on the Orff music therapy approach, which Stara Zagora State Opera has started in order to encourage the social inclusion of vulnerable groups through art.Read more
Platform Members, Roadshow
Den Jyske Opera
11 June 2021
Aarhus / Denmark
On Saturday, June 12th, together with Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, Den Jyske Opera invited their audience to a free and festive opera concert under the open sky, where they could experience excerpts from both well-known classics and unknown opera treasures. The audience could enjoy excerpts from Carmen, La Bohème and Fête galante, performed by national and international soloists from the upcoming season: Ksenia Antonova, Christian Damsgaard, Randy Diamond, Sidsel Aja Eriksen, Morten Grove Frandsen, Trond Halstein Moe, Lena Haselmann and Laura Scherwitzl.Read more
Opéra Orchestre National de Montpellier Occitanie
19 April 2019
Montpellier / France
The adventure of "Un Air de famille"' started in September 2018 with an open application for anyone willing to learn singing opera choir arias. Opéra Orchestre national Montpellier received more than 300 applications to the project. All these amateur choristers started working every 15 days with professionnal choirmasters and stage directors.
The final big concert took place on the 19th of April and was the occasion to present the FEDORA Platform and its new commitment to Educational projects with the launch an Education Prize.