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27 February 2020

Winners, FEDORA Prizes

DENIS & KATYA - Winner of the FEDORA - GENERALI Prize for Opera 2019

"An intimate, haunting triumph." - The New York Times  

Music by Philip Venables
Libretto by Ted Huffman
Performed in English and Russian with English supertitles

Co-producers:  

Opera Philadelphia
Music Theater Wales
Opéra Orchestre National de Montpellier   


They could have been your teenage children, best friends, or classmates. Two beautiful 15-year-olds who lived every moment−including their last−online. What led to their violent deaths? Why did they choose to broadcast their final moments on social media? And what does it say about the voyeuristic society who watched, liked, and objectified them, transforming two kids into clickbait?

18/09/2019 The Suzanne Roberts Theatre United States Passed event
27/02/2020 The Riverfront, Newport United Kingdom Buy tickets
02/03/2020 Theatr Clwyd, Mold United Kingdom Buy tickets
03/03/2020 Aberystwyth Arts Centre United Kingdom Buy tickets
13/03/2020 Southbank Centre, London United Kingdom Buy tickets
27/03/2020 Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff United Kingdom Buy tickets
Spring 2020 Opéra Orchestre Montpellier France

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