10 years of European collaboration
10 years of top-level workshops
10 years of support to the creation process
10 years of developement of new opera projects
This season, the enoa network is celebrating ten years of European cooperation in favour of young artists’ occupational integration and opera creation.
This unique initiative has enabled hundreds of talents from all over Europe to perfect their technical skills and thrive in their artistic practice, to broaden their prospects and fuel new creative ambitions. Having become a privileged space for experimentation, creation and production of new worls, enoa is also a place for a large community of artists and institutions, brought together with a shared aim: to contribute to the vitality of opera while maintaining high standards of quality. So today, let’s celebrate the new generation of artists, and continue to work on making opera a living art form and a reflection of our world!
BROWSE THROUGH THE TIMELINE DESCRIBING ENOA'S 10 YEARS OF EXISTENCE (url : https://www.enoa-community.com/timeline )
DISCOVER THE PODCAST SERIES YOUNG OPERA MAKERS
developed by enoa within opera composers are invited to share their inspirations, their creative process and their experience in the network
ENOA IN FIGURES
- 13 member institutions in 13 different countries throughout Europe
- more than 1500 artists supported – including more than 100 composers, 170 directors, and 30 authors and librettists – thanks to:
- 172 technical training and reflection workshops
- 46 experimental laboratories
- 17 productions
- 27 tailor-made residencies
- 17 coproductions including 12 world premieres
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