GENERATION Y: Engaging young adults in opera and dance

Brussels
Belgium
Thu, 10/10/2013 to Sat, 12/10/2013

What does it mean to be a young adult in Europe today? How can we engage young adults with opera and dance?

Young people are the now- and the future of our societies. The present and the future audiences of our opera and dance performances. This conference, while taking into account the vast diversity of Young Adults as a whole, shall focus especially on 1) young university students 2) young people in vocational training and 3) young artists.

Introduction: 

Programme: 

Biographies: 

Delegate list: 

Speakers' presentations: 

Speakers' presentations description: 

ENOA - Emilie Delorme

Link to the ENOA Youtube channel

The first video is ENOA's presentation clip and the second one is a video about The Breasts of Tiresias, an ENOA production.

Barbican Theatre - Sean Gregory

Link to the video Unleashed at the Barbican Theatre

RESEO Dance Space - Clare West

Link to the video Dancing statistics: explaining the statistical concept of sampling & standard error through dance

Link to the video The Royal Ballet. Not What You Think.

Link to the Norske Opera Ballett video Nærme - På Tå hev 2012

(See dance articles)

Flickr photoset: 

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