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Welcome to the World, GrowOp!

At Den Jyske Opera, the GrowOp! team is buzzing. The first edition of the festival will begin in just six […]

2nd October, 2017

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2nd October, 2017

RESEO Best Opera Prize 2017: The Winner!

RESEO is delighted to announce the winner of the 2017 RESEO Prize for Best Opera: IHMEPOIKA A (WONDER BOY A)

4th September, 2017

Room for All at the Festival d’Aix

Ever since its foundation Passerelles, the education and socio-artistic departments of the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, has offered amateurs a wide variety of opportunities for collective artistic practice.

27th June, 2017

Cie Minute Papillon at the Festival d’Avignon

A moment of visual and musical poetry for the whole family

22nd June, 2017

Operosa Montenegro Opera Festival: Young Talent and Renowned International Artists

Operosa, founded in 2006 to promote dynamic opera talent in the Balkan region, organises the only opera festival in Montenegro each year in August

21st June, 2017

“Who was involved in creating this opera?” Silver Birch, a People’s Opera by Garsington

“So many people have a stake in Silver Birch and this makes it a wonderfully rewarding and particularly special commission”

21st June, 2017

News from RESEO Members – Spring 2017

RESEO members, with their creativity, resourcefulness and spirit of innovation, are a constant inspiration. Find out here what they are up to this spring!

2nd April, 2017

SPACE Update – 4 April 2017

The Erasmus+ partnership met last week at the European Space Agency in Holland to discuss the project activity and future meetings. The team will be creating a Write A Science Opera guidebook, making a STEAM pedagogical framework, and working with the student teachers involved in the project to make a digital toolkit.

2nd April, 2017

Arts Universities and Music Conservatoires: More Than Just Artist Training

“The social climate surrounding music and the arts has however evolved rapidly over the past few decades. As a result, arts institutions are adapting their curricula”

31st March, 2017

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