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Coinciding with the commemorative events of the 30º Anniversary of the Ibero-American Summits of Heads of State and Government, he Teatro Real, the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (aecidia) and the Ibero-American General Secretariat (SEGIB), come together to offer free access, Worldwide, to ten productions available on the platform My Opera Player: four operas and one ballet come from Ibero-American theaters and five titles are operas presented and recorded at the Teatro Real.

Ibero-American artists have been privileged in the choice of titles for the Teatro Real, like the Argentine Hugo de Ana or the Spanish stage directors Emilio Sagi, Lluís Pasqual and Paco Azorín; and interpreters such as the Peruvian Juan Diego Flórez, the Mexican Javier Camarena or the Spanish María Bayo, Carlos Álvarez and José Bros, in addition to the selection of two Spanish-themed operas, as The Barber of Seville Y Don Giovanni.

This initiative reinforces the strong ties of the Royal Theater with the opera public of Latin American countries, with whom he is in permanent and active contact through his presence on the steering committee of OLA (LATIN AMERICA OPERA), founded in 2007 in Santiago de Chile, and whose main mission is to promote lyrical art, organizing thematic seminars, debates and joint initiatives, in addition to facilitating the sale, leasing and co-production between Ibero-American theaters.

Five Latin American lyrical institutions participate in the commemorative acts of the 30th Anniversary of the Ibero-American Summits, allowing free access to their productions: the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires with The Tales of Hoffmann, Jacques Offenbach; the Great National Theater of Peru with Alzira, de Giuseppe Verdi; the Fine Arts Opera of Mexico, with Le nozze di Figaro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; the Amazon Festival of Opera of Brazil, with Motorbike, by Piero Schlochauer; and Municipal of Santiago de Chile, with the ballet Trilogy + 1.

In line with the principles defended in the Ibero-American Summits, Spanish Cooperation understands culture as a key factor for sustainable human development, the eradication of poverty, the active construction of peace and the full exercise of the rights of a global citizenship. From this perspective, AECID contributes with various programs so that culture changes people's lives, considering the music, for its value and universal language, a development vehicle and a key tool to reach all parties, breaking down borders and building joint roads.

SELECTED SHOWS

(Chronological order of creation)

Le nozze di Figaro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Production of the Opera de Bellas Artes de México
Recording: 2018
Director musical: Srba Dinic
Stage-manager: Mauricio Garcia Lozano
Leading roles: Denis Sedov, Armando Piña, Narine Yeghiyan, Letitia Vitelaru, Jacinta Barbachano, Gabriela Thierry, Arturo Lopez, Juan Carlos Lopez
Choir and Orchestra of the Theater of Fine Arts

Don Giovanni, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Royal Theatre production
Recording: 2005
Director musical: Victor Pablo Pérez
Stage-manager: Lluis Pasqual
Leading roles: Carlos Alvarez, Sonia Ganassi, Maria Bayo, José Bros, Lorenzo Boy
Headlines Choir and Orchestra of the Teatro Real

The Barber of Seville, de Gioacchino Rossini
Royal Theatre production, in co-production with the São Carlos Theater in Lisbon
Recording: 2005
Director musical: Gianluigi Gelmetti
Stage-manager: Emilio Sagi
Leading roles: Juan Diego Florez, Maria Bayo, Pietro Spagnoli, Ruggero Raimondi, Bruno Practico
Headlines Choir and Orchestra of the Teatro Real

I puritani, de Vincenzo Bellini
Royal Theatre production, in co-production with the Municipal de Santiago de Chile
Recording: 2016
Director musical: Evelino pido
Stage-manager: Emilio Sagi
Leading roles: Diana Damrau, Javier Camarena, Ludovic Tézier, Annalisa Stroppa, Antonio Lozano
Headlines Choir and Orchestra of the Teatro Real

Alzira, de Giuseppe Verdi
Production by the Gran Teatro Nacional de Perú in co-production with the Asociación Bilbaína de Amigos de la Ópera (ABAO) from Spain and Opera Royal de Wallonie-Liége from Belgium
Recording: 2018
Director musical: Oliver Diaz
Stage-manager: Jean Pierre Gamarra
Leading roles: Jaquelina Livieri, Juan Antonio de Dompablo, Jorge Tello, Xavier Fernandez
National Choir of Peru and National Symphony Orchestra of Peru

Aida, de Giuseppe Verdi
Royal Theatre production, in co-production with the Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Municipal Theater of Santiago de Chile, based on the original of the Royal Theater of 1998
Recording: 2018
Director musical: Nicola Luisotti
Stage-manager: Hugo de Ana
Leading roles: Violeta Urmana, Gregory customer, Ludmyla monastyrska, George Gagnidze, Roberto Tagliavini
Headlines Choir and Orchestra of the Teatro Real

The Tales of Hoffmann, Jacques Offenbach
Production of the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires
Recording: 2019
Director musical: Enrique Arturo Diemecke
Stage-manager: Eugenio Zanetti
Leading roles: Ramón Vargas, Sophie Koch, Virginia Tola, Rachel Gilmore, Milijana Nikolic, Rubén Amoretti
Stable Choir and Orchestra of the Teatro Colón

Tosca, Giacomo Puccini
Co-production with the Liceu de Barcelona and the Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville.
Recording: 2021
Director musical: Nicola Luisotti
Stage-manager: Paco Azorín
Leading roles: Sondra Radvanovsky, Joseph Calleja and Carlos Álvarez
Headlines Choir and Orchestra of the Teatro Real

Motorbike by Piero Schlochauer
Libretto Beatriz Porto, Isabela Pretti and Piero Schlochauer
Commissioned and produced by the 23rd Amazonas Brazilian Opera Festival
Recording: 2021
Director musical: Otávio Simões
Stage-manager: William Pereira
Leading roles: Juliana Taino, erick souza
Amazon Philharmonic

Trilogy +1, ballet
Production of the Municipal of Santiago de Chile
Recording: 2021
Choreographies:
Requiem for a rose, by Annabelle López-Ochoa
Three preludes, by Ben Stevenson in a Sara Nieto comeback
Pas de deux from Carmen, by Marcia Haydée
The 5th, by Esdras Hernández
Santiago ballet
Santiago Philharmonic Orchestra