A place for grassroots community music and storytelling, showcasing our neighborhood and curated with a global vision in partnership with the W.111th Street-based non-profits, W.111th Street Block Association, and the International Brazilian Opera Company. One Saturday a month from July to October on Amsterdam Avenue at W.111th Street, Kimera Festival embraces NYC Open Streets and is free and outdoors. Mark your calendars for July 15, August 19, September 23, and October 28.
The International Brazilian Opera Company (IBOC) has been making waves in the world of opera, and its recent mention in The New York Times article about the Luxuny Atelier and its operatic performances has only served to highlight its excellence. The IBOC was founded in 2013 by the Brazilian composer and conductor João MacDowell with […]
Athena Azevedo – Executive Director of IBOC – interviews Marcello Dantas – visual curator for the Amazon Concert by the Sao Paulo State Symphonic Orchestra, this October 15th at Carnegie hall, NYC. More info: https://www.iboc.nyc/saopaulostatesymphonyorchestra The São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra – OSESP will perform four concerts in the United States on its first […]
iboc.nyc the International Brazilian Opera Company is a leader in developing underrepresented voices in opera. We were founded in 2013 with the mission to develop a new repertoire by combining the work of artists across perceived borders. Join us for our end-of-year initiatives and donate to support our exciting new works […]
Transeuntis Mundi Project (TMP) – the work that resident composer and Brazilian artist Cândida Borges and Colombian artist Gabriel Mario Vélez develop in partnership with IBOC – just completed its 8th international festival this year – celebrating 2 years of history! In 2021, they were selected to perform in festivals across the UK, US, Colombia, Greece, […]
IBOC is thrilled to announce the launch of the transmedia work “Web Derive 01” by Transeuntis Mundi Project. Our resident composer Cândida Borges is the co-author of this work along with Colombian artist Gabriel Mário Velez. The word is developed in our Music and Technology series of studies. The exhibition is sponsored by the Cultural […]
In-Depth: Artist and Professor Robert Fraher Reflects on his Work in Brazil Featured artist Robert Fraher was a resident artist in the IBOC Brasilia program. Check article about Residency in The Rio Times. In the words of the artist: During my ten-day artist residency with the International Brazilian Opera Company, I enjoyed […]
Bengt Gomér, just received a rave review in The New York Times for directing Bluebeard and Erwartung with the New York Philharmonic, by “the fearful” Anthony Tommasini: “Every aspect of the program was impressive” Bengt Gomér has been a long time IBOC collaborator and the dramaturge for The Seventh Seal, an opera by João MacDowell, […]