Young Opera Makers by enoa

Aldeburgh Music

Cooperation Projects

England

2016

Total project grant (euros)

2,000,000

Programme

Creative Europe

Sub-programme

Culture

Call number

EACEA 29/2015

Project date

11 May 2016 - 10 May 2020

Number of partners in project

13

Lead organisation

Association Pour Le Festival International D'art Lyrique Et L'academie Europeenne De Musique D'aix-En-Provence, France

Partners

Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, Portugal

Bayerische Theaterakademie August Everding Im Prinzregententheater, Germany

Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth, Brussels

Theatre Royal De La Monnaie, Poland

Teatr Wielki Opera Narodowa, Poland

Lod, Brussels

Helsinki Viikon Saatio Sr, Finland

Ville De Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Stichting Nationale Opera & Ballet, Netherlands

Fundacion Albeniz, Spain

Fondatsia Operosa, Bulgaria

Aldeburgh Music, UK

enoa is a network of European cultural institutions – academies, opera producers, foundations and festivals – which includes 13 full members and 18 associated partners from 17 different European countries.

Young Opera Makers consists of a wide variety of activities hosted by enoa members all over Europe, aiming to give young opera artists the keys to their international career development. This is through:

  • 60 workshops aimed at various opera careers.
  • 30 residencies to offer young creators the opportunity to be hosted by an artistic institution for a variable period of time.
  • 30 labs which will be experimental workshops for young creative teams, formed around a specific projects.
  • Several productions which will be designed and/or performed by young artists selected during their time in the workshops, and developed at several labs.

The programme offers tailored training consisting of a wide variety of activities, along with a digital platform dedicated to the young artist community. 

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