EUROPEAN OPERA DIGITAL PROJECT

Lider projektu Opera Europa (BE) Partnerzy projektu ASSOCIATION POUR LE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL D'ART LYRIQUE ET L'ACADÉMIE EUROPÉENNE DE MUSIQUE D'AIX EN PROVENCE (FR) ASSOCIATION RELATIVE A LA TELEVISION EUROPEENNE (FR) DEN NORSKE OPERA & BALLETT AS (NO) FINNISH NATIONAL OPERA (FI) FONDAZIONE TEATRO REGIO (IT) KOMISCHE OPER BERLIN (DE) OPERA NATIONAL DE LYON (FR) ROYAL OPERA HOUSE COVENT GARDEN LTD (UK) STICHTING HET MUZIEKTHEATER AMSTERDAM (NL) TEATRO-REAL (ES) THEATRE ROYAL DE LA MONNAIE (BE) VSIA LATVIJAS NACIONALA OPERA (LV) WELSH NATIONAL OPERA LIMITED (UK) WIENER STAATSOPER (AT) WÜRTTEMBERGISCHES STAATSTHEATER / OPER STUTTGART (DE) TEATR WIELKI OPERA NARODOWA (PL) Kwota dofinansowania 1 855 688,02 EUR Rok dofinansowania 2014 Schemat dofinansowania PROJEKTY WSPÓŁPRACY EUROPEJSKIEJ (kategoria II – granty na większą skalę) Czas realizacji 01.10.2014 – 30.04.2018 Strona internetowa www.theoperaplatform.eu/en

The European Opera Digital Project will offer audiences a single, authoritative, accessible ‘go to’ online destination for discovering the whole world of European opera. This online platform, Opera.EU (a working title), will have far-reaching editorial content, centring on live streams and a wide range of complete performances, subtitled in at least six languages. It will feature full contextual background material (video, text, photographs, music), detailed historical information on individual European houses, selected performance archives, interviews with major artists and access to manuscript holdings in opera house music libraries. These rich user journeys, complemented by social media initiatives, will connect and involve audiences with opera in new and deeper ways. The project is led by Opera Europa, the professional association of opera houses and festivals in Europe, and brings together fifteen opera companies from twelve countries. The project’s platform will be hosted by ARTE, the French-German cultural TV channel. Piloted by these partners, this initiative has the potential long-term to refresh and reinvent the art form of opera and its relationship to the audience in the 21st century. Over time it can offer singers, musicians, composers, directors and artists of all kinds a unique opportunity to develop their craft and make new work in digital space, ensuring that this ultimate European art form continues to flourish and grow in the digital age.”

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