A imaginação é a fonte da liberdade. Opera do Oprimido ou Ópera da Esperança é uma abordagem prática com estratégias para produzir eventos operísticos que têm o potencial de envolver a comunidade, servir como um ritual secular de transformação e ajudar a ressignificar conflitos culturais históricos de opressão.Essa prática é derivada diretamente da filosofia educacional de inclusão expressa nos livros: “Pedagogia do Oprimido” e “Pedagogia da Esperança” de Paulo Freire. No Brasil faz mais sentido dizer Ópera do Oprimido, por nossa relação histórica com o tema. Em países ricos surte mais efeito focar na Esperança.
Arilda Costa McClive for The Brazilian Times, NY December 20, 2022 International Brazilian Opera Company: sheer success in Gala event IBOC DREAM: A showcase for dreamers. New York, NY – The International Brazilian Opera Company held a benefit cocktail hour featuring contemporary opera, jazz, and pop on December 6 at the Luxuny Atelier, (80 W […]
For Immediate Release: November 18, 2022 Contact: email@example.com International Brazilian Opera Company hosts IBOC DREAM: Cocktails and Operas A repertoire showcase and benefit for dream makers. New York City, NY – International Brazilian Opera Company will host a cocktail with opera, jazz, and performance art. The benefit will be on December 6th from 6-9 pm […]
Monday, May 16th, 7:30 PM at Christ & Saint Stephen’s Church, NYC. The International Brazilian Opera Company will be presenting at The New York Opera Alliance’s NYOA Next. from the opera Tamanduá by João MacDowell featuring soprano Kristin Young aria: Packing Escher from the opera Plastic Flowers by João MacDowell featuring countertenor Cristian Zaragoza aria: […]
The IBOC NYC Brazilian Chorus is looking for singers! Application form Come sing with us! Learn about Brazilian Music, Language, and Culture! Where: Brazilian Consulate 1st floor 225 E 41st St, New York, NY 10017, United States When: Mondays 4:30 pm – 6 pm Cost per singer: $100 per term (3 months) Conductors: […]
Opera Composition Workshop – Fall 2021 IBOC Institute presents three operatic works developed under the guidance of Artistic Director João MacDowell and Vocal Director Roberta Prada, by the composers: Nathaniel Corthell (USA), SiHyum Uhm (South Korea), and Tyler Zwink (USA). Nathaniel Corthell.Tomorrow from the operaToday’s Tomorrow(work in progress) Baritone: Muir InglissPiano: Tomomi Sato SiHyum Uhm […]
Idealized and organized by the Unicamp Symphony Orchestra Orchestra Conductor Cinthia Alireti The II Symposium: Brazilian Identity in Concert Music (II Simpósio: Identidade Brasileira na Música de Concerto) is presented by the Unicamp Symphony Orchestra (OSU/CIDDIC). The event seeks to reflect on the different Brazilianness of national concert music and the paths for its dissemination. […]
IBOC Auditions Online submission Deadline: October 24th Email announcement for Callback: October 30th In person Audition Dates: November 4th, 5th & 6th, 2021 Audition Results: November 20th For the following: Tamanduá the opera, Yemanjá Project, and other contemporary works in progress. Various projects will develop throughout December 2021-2024. We […]
A Tarde – Salvador, Bahia – 09/12/2021 The Goddess of the seas crossed the ocean to make her debut in New York opera. Headed by Salvadoran conductor Hugo Sanbone and the International Brazilian Opera Company, the Yemanjá Project concert took songs from the Afro-Brazilian repertoire in operatic arrangements to the Garibaldi Plaza, in New York, […]
Thank you for supporting the International Brazilian Opera Company. I have long believed that contemporary opera offers an opportunity to create communion engaging the collaboration of artists with different specialties and backgrounds. IBOC started from a group that perceived the need for creative renovation in an environment blossoming with fantastic performers. We are building a […]
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