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Opera Week

In order to bring opera to all corners of Spain, in a festive atmosphere and participatory, the Royal Theater held, between days 2 Y 8 of July, the fourth edition of its Opera Week, Vertebrate around retransmitting Lucia of Lammermoor, de Gaetano Donizetti, he Saturday, 7 of July, to 21.30 hours.

This ravishing opera, true paradigm of Italian melodrama, It is ideal to reach all audiences for his direct language, their emotions exacerbated, his wonderful melodies, her vocal virtuosity and powerful dramatic plasticity.

As in previous editions, programming Opera Week It is based on the enormous possibilities offered by new audiovisual technologies and social networks to disseminate opera in an interactive way, where the public can enjoy, to participate, to learn, teach and share experiences that encourage dialogue, reflection and criticism (#LocuraConLucia).

A) Yes, besides relaying Lucia di Lammermoor in small houses of culture, parks, Beaches, museums, auditoriums, theaters, councils, monuments or large squares, the Royal Theater will offer free screenings in the Sala Gayarre and in the main room and free access to some titles of its platform stage Digital.

The public can learn different areas of the Real in a new Open Day and you can dance in the Plaza de Oriente choreography flashmob Dance in the City, organized in collaboration with the British Council and the London Royal Ballet ─ which will offer 5 functions Swan Lake Real between days 18 Y 22 of July.

Scheduling Opera Week also reflects the collaborative ties with institutions of the Royal Theater and cultural events through an active policy of national and international agreements, such as those recently signed with Japan, China and the Arab Emirates United.

Within the scope of these agreements will be offered at the Theater Royal projections of three productions from Japan ─los ballets The Nutcracker Y Swan Lake and opera Madama Butterfly─ with free entry (agreement with the New National Theater in Tokyo) and three operas will be screened in Granada, inside of the agreement with its International Festival of Music and Dance: Tosca, in the Plaza Nueva; The Barber of Seville, in the Plaza Ciudad de los Carmenes, Y The Marriage of Figaro, in the Palacio de los Córdova.

Taking advantage of the incredible potential of art to break down prejudices and borders, the Opera Week symbolically participate in the LGBT pride, offering free access to the opera The public, Mauricio Sotelo, based on the play by Federico García Lorca, available in stage Digital. He too flashmob Dance in the City It will be imbued with the same inclusive spirit.

Finally, Royal Theater thanks, once again, growing support from civil society and businesses for its programming and activities. This fourth edition of the Opera Week has the support of Telefónica -principal patron of Bicentenario-, Endesa -energy patron of the Bicentennial- and the main sponsor of Mutua Madrileña and State Lotteries.

Redexis Gas It is sponsor relay, with the collaboration of RTVE. Telefónica It is also the sponsor of the opera Lucia of Lammermoor.

Opera Week | AGENDA

MONDAY, 2 OF JULY

18.30 hours | Teatro Real, Sala Gayarre

Opera projection Bohemian, Giacomo Puccini

Free entry until complete seats

Opera freely available all week in stage Digital

TUESDAY, 3 OF JULY

18.30 hours | Teatro Real, Sala Gayarre

Ballet projection The Nutcracker, from Piotr Ilich Chaikovski

Production of the New National Theater in Tokyo, under the agreement signed with the Royal Theater

Free entry until complete seats

WEDNESDAY, 4 OF JULY

18.30 hours | Teatro Real, Sala Gayarre

Opera projection Così fan tutte, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Free entry until complete seats

Opera freely available all week in stage Digital

THURSDAY, 5 OF JULY

18.30 hours | Teatro Real, Sala Gayarre

Screening of the children's opera The cat with boots, Xavier Montsalvatge

Free entry until complete seats

Opera freely available all week in stage Digital

FRIDAY, 6 OF JULY

18.30 hours | Teatro Real, Sala Gayarre

Ballet projection Swan Lake, from Piotr Ilich Chaikovski

Production of the New National Theater in Tokyo, under the agreement signed with the Royal Theater

Free entry until complete seats

SATURDAY, 7 OF JULY

10.00 a 14.30 hours | Teatro Real

Open Day

Enter through the main door, Plaza de Oriente

11.30 hours | Plaza de Oriente

flashmob Dance in the City, inspired by Swan Lake and linked to the spirit of LGBT pride.

In collaboration with the British Council and the London Royal Ballet

Outdoor activity. All public.

21.30 hours | Plaza de Oriente and different spaces throughout the country

relay Lucia of Lammermoor on screens throughout Spain and Facebook Live, stage Digital Y Opera Vision.

Join the conversation #LocuraConLucia

SUNDAY, 8 OF JULY

11.30 hours | Teatro Real, Great room

Opera projection Madama Butterfly Giacomo Puccini

Production of the New National Theater in Tokyo, under the agreement signed with the Royal Theater

Free entry until complete seats

ALL WEEK: OF THE 2 AL 8 OF JULY

To celebrate the LGBT pride, that matches the Opera Week, It will be available free stage Digital the opera The public, Mauricio Sotelo, based on the play by Federico García Lorca.

PROJECTIONS IN GRANADA

Under the agreement with the International Festival of Music and Dance in Granada

SATURDAY, 23 of June

22.00 hours | New Square

Tosca, Giacomo Puccini

MONDAY, 2 of July

22.00 hours | Plaza Ciudad de los Carmenes

The Barber of Seville, de Gioachino Rossini

THURSDAY, 5 of July

22.00 hours | Palacio de los Córdova

The Marriage of Figaro, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart