Opera Of The Future In Present

The world’s first-ever VR community opera!
So what can we expect from Opera in the future? FEDORA will show us now in the present.
Till February 26th, 2021 you can vote your favorite projects and help artists to elapse in the next phase of the competition and win €50,000

#VoteNow for the vision of future of Opera genre

The FEDORA Digital Prize advocates new ways of artistic expression and access to opera and ballet through digital innovation:
Encourages artistic innovation in opera and ballet through digital experimentation
Advocates new ways of interactions with audiences through digital tools and performance
Promotes interactions across different media and stimulates new collaborative approaches through digital innovation
Triggers interdisciplinary dialogue and the sharing of best practice between sectors
Collaborating with IMZ International Music + Media Centre and independent jury expert panel to guarantee a professional evaluation and selection process.

Discover the cutting-edge digital opera and dance projects that are shortlisted for the FEDORA Prizes.
6 Unique performances that use the new technology were shortlisted and waiting your vote.
6 Theatre that push the limits of the new perception of art, a totally new Alpha and Beta of movement and algorithmic of sound:
Theatre du Capitole Toulouse
Irish National Opera
Elise Caluwaerts Jasna Rokegem
Opera Orchestre National De Montpellier
Poznań Opera House
Royal Swedish Opera

Discover and VOTE for “Opera on Brainwaves” by Muzi a Zeny

This project has been shortlisted for the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021.
Opera on Brainwaves is a unique augmented opera experience that will take you on a journey of exploration into the self and the other, into emotions and technology through Smart Fashion. Opera on Brainwaves is a boundary-pushing artistic collaboration between 2 pioneers: opera singer Elise Caluwaerts and fashion tech designer Jasna Rok. More about please read on Fedora-Platform

Discover and VOTE for “Toulouse-Lautrec” by Theatre du Capitole Toulouse

This project has been shortlisted for the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021.
A World Premiere blended experience for the audience combining live performance with virtual reality streaming: the spectator will be able to break through the 4th wall and experience the performance as if they were actors on stage, immersed in a parade around the figure of Toulouse-Lautrec.
Through its new production Toulouse-Lautrec, Kader Belarbi, choreographer and director of the Ballet du Capitole, wishes to take possession of the painter’s work by offering new possibilities of dialogue between painting and dance, between the arts, between the senses, between what is played, what is looked at and what is listened to: Toulouse-Lautrec will offer spectators the possibility to live a new experience combining virtual reality sequences at the heart of a live show. More about please read on Fedora-Platform

Discover and VOTE for “Out of the Ordinary” by Irish National Opera

This project has been shortlisted for the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021.
Out of the Ordinary harnesses the creativity and life experience of diverse Irish communities that currently have no connection whatsoever to opera. It uses cutting edge technology as a tool to distil and present their stories. It results in the world’s first ever VR community opera.
More about please read on Fedora-Platform

Discover and VOTE for Salastalgia By Posnan Opera House

This project has been shortlisted for the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021.
Solastagia is a new operatic entity delivered to the audience as a virtual experience based on new technologies. Its interactive virtual installation and sound environments are tied together with an application, a “navigator” that allows interaction with the audience.
Imagine an opera… which you could become a part of by means of a computer or phone.
Imagine an opera… which you could either recreate, or help in its creation.
Imagine an opera… which you can experience on your own, but you will always feel that others were there as well.
Imagine an opera… which can immerse you at home, but you could also allow it to take you to places where it sounds best. More about please read on Fedora-Platform

Discover and VOTE for “Totality in Parts, a reenactment” by Kungliga Operan AB

This project has been shortlisted for the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021.
A new, interactive installation inspired by the performance Totality in Parts about the inseparability of the individual from the behaviour of a group in which the visitor is the center of the spatial but intimate installation.
The digital project consists of two parts developed from filmed material of the original stage production;
A large-scale interactive installation
An interactive monolithic installation where visitors can explore different visualizations of Totality in Parts. We will develop a suite of visualizations that are all interpretations of the piece. Through their interaction, visitors influence which visualization they see by their presence and position in relation to the installation, being part of the artistic render. More about please read on Fedora-Platform

Discover and VOTE for “Viviscim – an opera performance” by Opera Orchestre National De Montpellier

This project has been shortlisted for the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021.
Viviscim is an interactive experience inviting the user to discover the making of an opera performance with multimedia content mapped in a 360° tour.
Viviscim (which stands for VIrtual VIsit SCenic IMmersive) is a multilingual web application inviting users to discover the scenic art through the sets and backstage of opera houses key productions, in an immersive 360° Virtual Reality environment. Designed by digital artists in close collaboration with the opera houses teams, Viviscim is an innovative entertainment and teaching tool for all ages live perfomance audiences, teachers and cultural mediators. By documenting ephemeral installations, Viviscim is a unique archiving extension for live art. More about please read on Fedora-Platform


The FEDORA Platform (www.fedora-platform.com) acts as a European-wide hub promoting innovative and hybrid opera and ballet co-productions, created by emerging artists from diverse disciplines, appealing to a younger audience. The Platform showcases innovative opera and ballet projects and involves the general public, while acting as a European quality label standing for the renewal and rejuvenation of these art forms. This initiative is co-funded by the Creative Europe funding programme of the European Union. FEDORA offers a platform for innovation, creativity and experimentation.

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Source of information
FEDORA Platform
http://www.fedora-platform.com