NTM FEDORA Roadshow © Lys Y. Seng i
Nationaltheater Mannheim Roadshow
On the occasion of the premiere of Beethoven’s Fidelio on Saturday, December 9th 2017, the Nationaltheater Mannheim hosted a reception at the « Oberes Foyer » to present the FEDORA Platform and its activities and to celebrate the support of the European Commission.
Beethoven’s Fidelio originates in a bloody era in which conquests and struggles for liberation were dominating Europe. After the failure of the revolution, a new period of Secret Services and prisons arose, where torture, treason and sacrifice were present everywhere. Beethoven was devoted to the topic of enlightenment an it is therefore not surprising that his only Opera Fidelio has become the parable representing the misuse of political ideas : Florestan, innocently in prison, is facing the cruel death from starvation ordered by the sadistic governor Pizarro. However, his wife, disguised as « Fidelio », snuck into the household of a prison guard, where she is able to gain his trust to then enter the prison in order to prevent Pizarros murderous plans at gunpoint.
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11 March 2018
Magdeburg / Germany
Theater Magdeburg organized a conference about fundraising in the field of culture on March 11th, 2018. On this occasion, Theater Magdeburg has invited experts from the science and business fields and gave the audience the possibility to discuss with the special guests.Read more
AROP – Association pour le Rayonnement de l'Opéra national de Paris
28 May 2018
Paris / France
On Monday, May 28th, our Platform Member AROP, presented the FEDORA Platform to its members at the Palais Garnier on the occasion of a meeting with Valentine Colasante, the newly-nominated Étoile of the Ballet of the Paris national Opera...Read more
Greek National Opera
24 April 2018
Athens / Greece
Our Platform Member Greek National Opera organized a one-day interactive seminar entitled "Sponsorship: Enforcement, Charity or Business?" between Cultural Management graduate students and the Music department of the National University of Athens.Read more