2018 International Opera Awards

2018 International Opera Awards

Reserve your VIP Ticket for the 2018 International Opera Awards in London

Date: Monday, April 9th, 2018
Time: 7pm
Location: London Coliseum, St. Martin’s Lane
Dress code: Glamorous

Opera’s answer to the Oscars, this annual red-carpet ceremony honours outstanding achievement on stage, backstage and in the pit, with awards including Singer of the Year, Opera Company of the Year and the annual Lifetime Achievement Award.

The evening will also feature live performances by some of opera’s greatest names accompanied by a live orchestra. Artists already scheduled* to perform include Anush Hovhannisyann, Camilla Tilling and Brindley Sherratt.

2018 sees over 100 candidates in the running for twenty different awards. Shortlists have been whittled down by an expert jury, chaired by Opera Magazine editor John Allison, from over 14,000 nominations, submitted by opera audiences and professionals worldwide.

Last year, FEDORA received the Philanthropy Award at the International Opera Awards.

If you wish to attend, please contact services@fedora-circle.com or +33 (0)1 58 18 65 04 by March 23rd, 2018 for a special ticket package.


*Artists and repertoire are subject to alteration.



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FEDORA is looking for a new motivated Team member!

Apply now for the 4th edition of the FEDORA Prizes!


Apply now for the 4th edition of the FEDORA Prizes and win up to €150,000 to fund your new opera or ballet co-production!

Applications will be received online in English until December 15th, 2017. Click here to start your application now!

General Assembly 2017

General Assembly 2017

Our General Assembly took place this year on October 11th, 2017 at Teatro Regio di Parma in Italy.

Discover the photos of the event here!

The ESCP Europe students at the Palais Garnier

The ESCP Europe students at the Palais Garnier

Discover the event we organized for master students of ESCP Europe! The afternoon was dedicated to philanthropy in the field of Opera and Ballet and the students had the chance to visit the behind the scenes of the beautiful Palais Garnier. What a good way to start the new season!


FEDORA is looking for two motivated new team members!


Announcement of the FEDORA Prize Winners 2017

Announcement of the FEDORA Prize Winners 2017

We are proud to announce at the Salzburger Festspiele | Salzburg Festival the winner of the FEDORA - GENERALI Prize for Opera 2017: Wide Open Opera and Landmark Productions's co-production "The Second Violinist" by Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh!

And the winner of the FEDORA - Van Cleef & Arpels Prize for Ballet 2017: L-E-V Sharon Eyal | Gai Behar's co-production "Love Chapter 2"!

Discover the press releases here.

Discover the photos here.

Announcement FEDORA - GENERALI Prize for Opera


Together with Generali we were delighted to announce the creation of the"FEDORA - Generali Prize for Opera" to support young talents and new opera creations of excellence. 

The partnership was announced on the occasion of an evening organized in collaboration with our partners MEDEF International and the AROP - Association pour le Rayonnement pour l'Opéra national de Paris at the Palais Garnier in Paris, in the presence of international ambassadors and corporate representatives.

“Generali is actively engaged in promoting initiatives which not only preserve and champion culture and musical heritage but also support creativity, talent and innovation. Generali considers this “a way of life” – a consistent reality that shifts and transforms countries, businesses and the entire community. We are proud to support the partnership with FEDORA – encouraging a new generation of talented artists so as to guarantee the future of the opera in Europe, nurturing new productions and sharing this heritage with the community.”Philippe Donnet, CEO of Generali Group, commented:

The prize awards talented international teams of co-producing partners who collaborate on the creation of new opera, those who present projects of artists from various artistic backgrounds whose goal is to stage recently composed or rediscovered plays which have not been staged yet. The aim is to preserve and transmit musical heritage and further develop their creativity and the art form.

le syndrome Ian Opening Night

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"Troisième volet consacré à l’exploration des pratiques de danses anonymes confrontées à la notion d’auteur, le syndrome ian accueille des souvenirs de clubbing et de la nuit. 
Ni hommage, ni reconstitution. 1979, première sortie en discothèque. Alors que la planète vibre sous le son du disco et de ses adeptes d’une danse ondulatoire et lanscinante, l’Angleterre voit naître une musique sombre et poétique rythmée par des corps électriques, angulaires et saccadés. Entre solitude et communauté, quels vestiges de ces corps (peut-être) contradictoires me reste-t-il aujourd’hui, alors que nous tentons encore, quoiqu’il arrive, de danser sur les ruines d’une nuit à jamais dissipée ? 
Le syndrome ian réunit neuf danseurs dans une vibration collective où le tempo se distribue entre physicalité des sub-bass et abandons mélodiques, en écho filtré à la poésie de Ian Curtis."
— Christian Rizzo, mai 2016

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The Sleeping Beauty Opening Night

We are happy to announce the Opening Night of The Sleeping Beauty - the winner of the 1st edition of the FEDORA - Van Cleef & Arprels Prize for Ballet at the Paris National Opera on September 2nd, 2016!

Discover more here!