Education

In order to fulfill our mission, we are developing Educational Programs for the international community in a Brazilian spirit of acceptance and collaboration.

New Music Program for Composers

– Includes individual tutoring, seminars and group work. Creating opportunities for new talent to develop by providing a structure for planning and producing all steps to a Full Opera. Working side by side with professionals and developing talent in new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

– Four stage development plan for new productions:

1. Curate creative collaborations and creative feedback in the writing and development process of new repertoire.

2. Concert Performances of new works for revision and audio recordings.

3 . Staged production, including DVD recording.

4. Touring production

 

New Voices of the World for Singers

– Includes individual and group classes and opportunities for new international talent to develop by working side by side with professionals in new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

– Participation required in the International Brazilian Chorus Ensemble.

 

• New Perspectives in Acting

– Includes group classes and opportunities for new international talent to develop by working side by side with professionals in new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

– Participation required in the International Brazilian Theater Ensemble.

 

• New Dance Program

– International Brazilian Dance Ensemble. Includes group classes and opportunities for new international talent to develop by working side by side with professionals in new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

– Participation required in the International Brazilian Dance Ensemble.

 

• Instrumentalists of the Future

–  Includes community orchestra, individual and group classes and opportunity for new international talent to perform side by side with professionals musicians in concert recitals as well as new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

-Orchestral and ensemble practice.

– Participation required in the International Brazilian Orchestra.

• Visual Arts for Performance

– Includes group classes and opportunities for new international talent to develop by working side by side with professionals in new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

– Integration of new and traditional techniques for Scenery, Light, Projection and Costume Design, as well as a research group in New Technologies including VR Production.

 

• Performance Documentation Program

– Video and Audio Recording of performances, editing of raw material, preparation of short samples for promotion and extensive documentation of the creative process. Includes techniques for backstage “making of” documentation, interviews and on-site performance recordings.

 

• New Directors, Critics, Playwrights and Librettists

– This program is based on the assumption that director, critics, playwrights and librettists all need to share similar insights into the philosophical and practical aspects of performance art.

– Includes individual and group classes, seminars, practical orientation on project development, and opportunities for new international talent to develop by working side by side with professionals in new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

– Regular writing assignments expected to be shared online.

– Creative collaboration with other IBOC artists strongly encouraged.

– Artists in this program are encouraged to volunteer in different staff positions during regular productions.

 

• Producers of The Future

– Includes individual and group classes, seminars, practical orientation on project development, and opportunities for new international talent to develop by working side by side with professionals in new dance, theater, and opera performances in New York City.

– Hands-on training in optimized production strategies. Includes checklists, scheduling, promotion, budgeting, grant reviews, and all the one million and sixty-nine aspects that may need to be considered for the production a successful event or cultural product.

– Creative collaboration with other IBOC artists strongly encouraged.

– Artists in this program are encouraged to volunteer in different staff positions during regular productions.



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Each work-study group should be self-ruling through consensus-based decision making.

All programs are designed under a philosophy of providing opportunities for Professionals, Advanced Amateurs, and Beginners to work together. We believe that we all learn from each other through the collaboration process.


Please contact info@brazilianopera.com for more information on specific programs, schedules and how to apply.



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