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English National Ballet Roadshow 2019
On 21st March English National Ballet presented the FEDORA Platform on the occasion of the "Broken Wings" Masterclass with the choreographer Annabelle Lopez-Ochoa and a Company dancer, rehearsing short ballet excerps.
During this evening for their supporters, English National Ballet explored Annabelle's approach to choreographing Broken Wings, a one-act ballet focusing on the life of Frida Kahlo which forms part of English National Ballet's spring triple bill, She Persisted. The evening included an introduction to FEDORA, of which English National Ballet is a founding Platform Member.
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Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb
25 February 2018
Zagreb / Croatia
On the occasion of their concert "Rising stars of the Opera stage", the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb promoted their young, emerging talents and presented the FEDORA Platform. The concert took place on Sunday, February 25th, 2018 at the theater and everybody was welcome to attend for free. What a wonderful occasion for the general audience to discover new opera talents!Read more
Royal Swedish Opera
15 May 2018
Stockholm / Sweden
This year's Raodshow took place on the occasion of the dress rehearsal of the ballet "The Trial". The Trial is a new full-evening ballet inspired by Franz Kafka’s classic novel, Der Prozess, that draws you into a twisted bureaucratic maze.
For this event, the Royal Swedish Opera invited book circles, authors, young dance enthusiasts as well as students of literature, finance and political science to take part in an evening full of music, conversations and dance.
25 May 2019
Madrid / Spain
This year's Roadshow organised by Teatro Real was organised during the general rehearsal of the opera Capriccio by Strauss.
During this special evening, the young members of the Friends of Teatro Real were invited to attend a presentation by Marisa Vázquez-Shelly about the vision and mission of the Fedora Platform.