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Updates about the FEDORA Prizes Winners 2021
Discover the evolution of the winning projects of this year’s Prizes!
In this news, learn more about where and when these four inspiring projects will come to life next.
Opéra de Lille - France
FEDORA Opera Prize 2021 Winner
This work, composed by Sivan Eldar, is a subversion of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, a contemporary myth on the importance of our relationship with nature and each other as human beings. Discover this piece in January 2022:21 January, 2022 - Lille, France
23 January, 2022 - Lille, France
25 January, 2022 - Lille, France
27 January, 2022 - Lille, France
28 January, 2022 - Lille, France
Fondazione i Teatri Reggio Emilia - Italy
FEDORA - VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Prize for Ballet 2021
From 4 to 7 of November the winner of the FEDORA - VAN CLEEF & Arpels Prize for Ballet 2021, La Visita, came to life and reached audiences. During five dream-like performances, this site-specific project, led by Fondazione I Teatri, brought Peeping Tom’s theatricality, disruption and surrealism into the world of art galleries, within the Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, Italy.
We’ll keep you updated about the evolution of the project and future dates.
Platform K - Belgium
FEDORA Education Prize Winner 2021
This project illustrates how dancers with a disability create added value for the contemporary dance scene. They train dancers with a disability and create productions with dancers with and without a disability. The Goldberg Variations is one of them and works with Bach's compositions and Paxton's improvisational dance from the 1980s.20 January, 2022 - Bruges, Belgium
11 February, 2022 - Tielt - Belgium
13 February, 2022 - Brussels, Belgium
7 March, 2022 - Geel, Belgium
19 & 20 March, 2022 - Hong Kong
8 April, 2022 - Alsemberg, Belgium
May 11, 2022 - Wetteren, Belgium
Irish National Opera - Ireland
FEDORA Digital Prize 2021 Winner
Out of the Ordinary is being created in rural Ireland, on Inis Meáin, and in Tallaght and South County Dublin by groups of people who are turning experiences that matter to them into an opera. Director Jo Mangan and composer Finola Merivale have been working with them since last year. And the cream of Irish virtual reality expertise will also be on hand to realise their vision and transform it into a unique virtual reality experience.
In creation now for presentation to locations around Ireland in Summer 2022.