Director of FEDORA interviewed by Relais Culture Europe

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06 May 2019

Paris / France

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At the beginning of May, Edilia Gänz gave an interview to Relais Culture Europe about the FEDORA Platform and how the FEDORA Prizes are creating a European ecosystem to guarantee the future of opera and ballet as well as to support emerging artists.

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Watch the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96x5Ocp3fY8

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