Strasbourg (OTS) –
- As part of an international press conference in the presence of Katharina Talbach, Raphael Pichon, Omer Meir Wellber, Cyril Test and Emma Dante, ARTE today presented the program for the ARTE Opera 21/22 digital opera season.
- The current program includes broadcasts from opera houses in Paris, Oxford, Prague, Dresden, Vienna, Lausanne, Palermo, London, Brussels, Helsinki and Hamburg.
- ARTE Advance ARTE opera season In partnership with 21 European opera houses, it has since recorded over four million video views from all over Europe.
- The opera broadcast is freely accessible throughout Europe, translated into six languages, and then made available in replays. arte.tv/opera to get rid of them.
21 opera houses, 12 countries, 1 opera season for Europe: As part of an international press conference on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, the European cultural channel ARTE presented the fourth season of its digital opera Season ARTE Opera (arte.tv / opera). The press conference was attended by actress and director Catarina Talbach, conductors Rafael Pichon and Omar Meir Wilber and directors Cyril Testy and Emma Dante, who co-produced ARTE’s season 21/22.
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Since 2018, ARTE presents the specially curated “ARTE Opera Season” in partnership with 21 leading European opera houses and festivals. Viewers can look forward to new productions every month – accessible for free across Europe and subtitled in six languages. On Tuesday, the announcer canceled the broadcast of the season’s opera
To kick off the new season, ARTE will broadcast the new Cyril Testes production of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Fidelio live from the Paris Opera Comic on October 1st at 8:00pm. Audiences can also look forward to a highly anticipated production from Palermo in January: at the Teatro Massimo, Palermatian Emma Dante will compose Les Vêpres siciliennes by Giuseppe Verdi under the musical direction of Omer Meir Wellber. Shortly thereafter, on February 12, 2022, the ARTE opera season takes audiences online to the Royal Opera House in London and broadcasts Katie Mitchell’s new production of Handel’s Theodora under the musical direction of Harry Beckett. Another highlight of the new season is the live broadcast of Katharina Talbach’s new production of Verdi’s Aida from Semperoper Dresden. Christian Tillmann is the music director. Moreover, it will be broadcasting from opera houses in the coming months
Wexford, Prague, Vienna, Lausanne, Brussels, Helsinki and Hamburg are planned.
The full program for the ARTE Opera season 21/22 can be found in the season brochure at
ARTE Press Portal.
The aim of the European project is to bring artistic diversity and quality to the European opera scene and present it to new audiences. In the past three seasons, a total of 36 operas, five ballets and two concerts were broadcast during the season, generating over four million video views from across Europe, two million of which were in the 20/21 season alone. After transportation, the
Productions are available on replay at arte.tv/opera.
The productions are accessible across Europe and, thanks to financial support from the European Union’s Creative Europe programme, have also been translated into English, Polish, Italian and Spanish, so that more than 70% of Europeans can experience opera production in their country. Mother tongue. Several productions are made in collaboration between ARTE and European broadcast partners, including
RTÉ, RTBF, YLE, RTS, and CT belong to others.
ARTE opera season partners are: Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Dutch National Opera (Amsterdam), Gran Teatre del Liceu (Barcelona), Staatsoper Unter den Linden (Berlin), Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie (Brussels), Semperoper (Dresden) ), Hamburg Opera (Hamburg), Finnish National Opera (Helsinki), Lausanne Opera (Lausanne), Royal Opera House (London), Teatro Real (Madrid), Teatro alla Scala (Milan), Bavarian State Opera (Munich), Teatro Massimo (Palermo), Opera Comique de Paris (Paris), Paris National Opera (Paris), Czech National Opera (Prague), National Opera de Rennes (Strasbourg), Wexford Festival
Opera (Wexford), Vienna State Opera (Vienna), Zurich Opera (Zurich).
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