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24 July 2023


Upcoming performances of FEDORA Prizes' past winners and nominees: 

Save the dates and book your tickets to see next season’s upcoming performances of the past winners and nominees of the FEDORA Prizes Competition!  

  • “Out of the Ordinary/As an nGnách”, FEDORA Digital Prize Winner 2021, on 7 August 2023 (Birr Theatre and Arts Centre, Birr, Ireland), on 16 September 2023 (An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk, Ireland), and on 20 October 2023 (South Tipperary Arts Centre, Clonmel, Ireland)

“Out of the Ordinary/As an nGnách”, FEDORA Digital Prize Winner 2021

This innovative project harnesses the creativity and life experience of Irish communities that have little or no connection to opera. It uses technology as a tool to distil and present their stories, resulting in the world’s first ever VR community opera.

“Denis & Katya”, FEDORA - GENERALI Opera Prize Winner 2019

This opera focuses on the story of two teenagers, Denis Muravyov and Katya Vlasova, who live-streamed their last hours, in 2016, after a stand-off with Special Forces, leaving behind a trail of devastating video footage.

“Innocence”, FEDORA Opera Prize Nominee 2021

This opera is a story about recovery and healing that resonates with current concerns of humanity, dealing with how individuals, smaller groups and our society as a whole confront the past and tackle recent traumas over time.

“Mont Ventoux”, FEDORA - VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Dance Prize Winner 2023

Inspired by Petrarch's Ascent of Mont Ventoux, the KOR'SIA collective seeks answers from the humanist past for the conflicts being proposed to us by a 21st-century paradigm shift: the construction of an individual capable of rebuilding themselves and the planet.  


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