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News from RESEO Members – February

We’re delighted to bring you the first edition of our RESEO Flash newsletter – a new format with bite-sized glimpses of what’s going on in the opera, dance and music education field!

18th February, 2019

Fedora Education Prize: Announcing the Shortlist!

The shortlists for the three FEDORA Prizes, including the Education Prize in partnership with RESEO, were announced at a press conference in Paris today.

5th February, 2019

Registrations Now Open For March AFO Conference

Music for children aged 3 to 6.

4th February, 2019

Go Vote! Culture Action Europe Launches Their EU Elections Campaign

The Culture Action Europe EP Elections 2019 Campaign aims to foster a stronger recognition of the cultural dimension of the European Union and culture’s contribution to Europe.

4th February, 2019

Get Close to Opera Training in Matera: Selection Results!

RESEO and the Get Close to Opera team are delighted to announce the selected participants of the upcoming training in Matera.

18th January, 2019

Mark Your Diaries! RESEO Events in 2019

Trainings, symposia, conferences and awards… Find out everything RESEO has planned for the coming year.

17th December, 2018

A New Partnership Between RESEO and OperaLatinoamérica

RESEO and OLA hope to by encourage the exchange of good practices and support the development of performing arts professionals.

17th December, 2018

A Look Back at the 2018 YAMsession

In October at the breathtaking Cidade da Cultura in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, the 2018 YAMsession brought together musicians and artists from around the world.

17th December, 2018

RESEO Member News – Winter 2018

Find out what the members of RESEO have planned for the last few weeks of 2018 and which projects, programmes and productions will be taking them into the new year!

17th December, 2018

Things Are Looking a Little Different Around Here…

Introducing the new RESEO website!

4th December, 2018

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