Opera Week

In the scope of the celebration of European Music Day, that is commemorated, since 2016, he 21 of June, el Teatro Real ofrecerá en la Sala Gayarre dos conciertos de “fin de curso” con su INCLUSIVE MUSIC GROUPING, conformada por niños con necesidades especiales de aprendizaje.

Born in 2020, the WHICH es un proyecto pedagógico inclusivo en el que menores de diferentes perfiles desarrollan sus capacidades cognitivas y sociales a través de experiencias proporcionadas por el aprendizaje y la práctica musical colectiva.

The Inclusive Music Group is made up of 20 children and young people who meet twice a week throughout the course in a studio at the Teatro Real, where, under the direction of Francisco Borro, perform musical works created especially for the group, attending to the uniqueness of each of its members.

To that end, Francisco Borro Y Jesus Alonso han compuesto las piezas Dawn of Diversity Suite, Tribute to Inclusion Y Blues-Rock from the Teatro Real, que se estrenarán el 20 June at 19 hours y se repetirán el 27 June at 12 hours in the Sala Gayarre Teatro Real.

Also in the symbolic framework of the European Music Day, los centros escolares adscritos al programa THE REAL ONE IN YOUR CLASS podrán el 21 of June, la grabación de la Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony interpretada el pasado 19 de septiembre en el Teatro Real por la Head of the Royal Theatre Orchestra directed by Gustavo Dudamel, con la participación de la soprano Susanne Elmark, mezzosoprano Aigul Akhmetshina, the tenor Leonardo Capalbo, the bass José Antonio López, el Orfeó Català, el Cor de Cambra del Palau de la Música Catalana y alumnos de la Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía (próximamente disponible en My Opera Player).
Likewise, to extend this celebration to all of Spain, from today, 18 of June, and until monday, 21 of June, se ofrecerá el acceso a todo el catálogo audiovisual de MyOperaPlayer with the 10% off, an excellent opportunity to get up close to the latest news on the platform, including operas, conciertos y programas de danza procedentes de los más importantes teatros líricos de todo el mundo y joyas del archivo histórico de RTVE. Los usuarios interesados a acogerse a esta promoción deberán canjear el código MOPMUSICA al suscribirse para obtener el descuento.

CONCERTS BY THE INCLUSIVE MUSIC GROUP

20 of June 19:00 – 27 of June 12:00

Sala Gayarre

PROGRAM

Dawn of Diversity Suite, by Francisco Borro Y Jesús Alonso | Premiere

  1. Beginning
  2. Evolution

III. Aurora

Tribute to Inclusion, de Francisco Borro y Jesús Alonso | Premiere

Blues-Rock from the Teatro Real, de Francisco Borro y Jesús Alonso | Premiere

PERFORMERS
Darius Lloret, Javier Ruiz, Saul Perez, Miguel Angel Carrion, Alma-Martina Fernández, Michael Imre Richli, Beatriz Alexia Cano, Irene Oriol, Raul Martinez, Samuel Aparicio, Manuel Gadea, Gabriela Good, Juan Rodriguez, Violeta de la Torre, Celia López, Maria Prieto, Zoë Kamila Vargas, Fernando, Nicolás Bergquist, Rachel Vazquez, Nicolas Rubira

Francisco Borro, artistic and musical director

Jesus Alonso, musical codirection.

photographer: © Purita | WHICH

More of 150 municipalities throughout Spain have already joined the relay The Troubadour, screens installed in places, auditoriums, museums, theaters, cultural centers, municipalities and, for the first time, four airports -Valencia, Málaga, Fuerteventura and Menorca-, within the framework of collaboration with Aena. [Relay points in Spain]

This year retransmitted institutions such as opera: Bilbao Guggenheim Museum, Carmen Thyssen Museum Malaga, Niemeyer center, National Archaeological Museum, Official College of Architects of Madrid, Cajasol Foundation,Canal Foundation, Foundation Francisco Giner, Ethnographic Museum of Castilla y León, Historical and Ethnographic Museum of Villafranca de los Barros, among others.

He Gran Teatre del Liceu, in the Foyer, and the Festival of Music and Dance in Granada, in the Paseo del Salon, They will also offer relay from the Royal Theater.

He Palace Alfajería Zaragoza will facilitate public access to the Torre del Trovador, original scenario of romantic drama of Antonio García Gutiérrez in which inspired the opera.

Outside Spain, the opera will be broadcast in different areas in China, India and several Latin American countries: Chile, Guatemala, Peru, Dominican Republic and Uruguay.

Once again the opera will be broadcast to everyone in Facebook, and Digital Palco and platform Opera Vision (Opera Europa), in an audiovisual co-production with RTVE.

They can also enjoy opera today at 21.00 hours, users of smarts tv de Samsung, with the implementation of Digital Palco, and users Amazon Alexa.

Besides relaying The Troubadour, the public will see, for free, in the Sala Gayarre Teatro Real, projections 5 Giuseppe Verdi operas -La traviata, Aida, A masked ball, Otello y Falstaff, Monday through Friday at 19.00 hours, until full capacity. This Verdi cycle will be available for free throughout Opera Week at the Digital Box.

Saturday 13 of July, between the 10.00 and the 14.00 hours, the public can access the most emblematic Teatro Real (including its impressive stage area), during his traditional Open Day, this year with workshops props for children.

Throughout the Opera Week there will be contests and sweepstakes that will invite citizen participation through social networks Theater Royal, that they will nourish audiovisual content focused on the tragic entanglement The Troubadour (hashtag #TRovatoreOnFire).

Also the most vulnerable children and girls have their place in the Opera Week, with a concert on Sunday, 7 of July, to 17.00 hours in the Sala Gayarre, under the Social Hall of the Royal Theater, developed in coordination with Social Action for Music. Accompanied by the Camerata Tetouan, will perform choral and instrumental music with fun physical exercises.

The Opera Week It is sponsored by Endesa, Telefónica, State Lotteries, Mutua Madrileña, Redexis and ENIT (Italian Official Agency for Tourism).

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

Madama Butterfly

From the heart of the opera in Madrid to every corner of Spain.

This edition has the highest popular participation of all held, 250 emission points nationwide, from small towns with just 600 inhabitants to large cities.

Three screens will be installed in the Plaza de Oriente and in more than fifty squares and gardens of Madrid and other municipalities of the Spanish geography

The most important museums and institutions in the country have joined this initiative and will open their rooms and auditoriums, with free access, for all citizens (see attached list)

Veranos de la Villa, of the Madrid City Council, will cede public spaces in 21 districts of the capital to offer Madama Butterfly as part of its programming (see attached list)

The broadcast will be accessible through the Facebook of the Royal Theater and share the experience with # MadamaEnDirecto online

stage Digital of the Royal Theater will also broadcast the representation in open, inside and outside our borders

The 2 Spanish Television will begin broadcasting the opera, that same night, starting at 22.00 hours

The day 2 of July, to 22.00 hours, zarzuela will be screened in the Plaza Mayor of Madrid Luisa Fernanda, Teatro Real production starring Placido Domingo, Nancy herrera, José Bros Y Mariola Cantarero

On Tuesday 4 In July, a solidarity concert will be held in the Main Hall of the Theater, where the cantata We are Nature, original work Eva Guillamón with music Sonia Megías, starring the minor participants of the Aula Social del Teatro Real

The children will have their special day on Saturday 8 of July, to 11.00 and to the 13.00 hours, with a fun children's show whose stage will be located on the esplanade of the Plaza de Oriente, in front of the Royal Palace

On Sunday 9 July this great party will close with a Open Doors Day between the 10.00 and the 14.30 hours

this initiative, framed in the celebration of the Bicentennial of the Royal Theater, It is sponsored by Telefónica, Endesa, Mutua Madrileña, State Lotteries and Gambling and Redexis Gas

The Royal Theater will inaugurate today the third edition of the Opera Week, that will take place between the days 30 June and 9 of July, which will begin with the broadcast of the opera Madama Butterfly, Giacomo Puccini, what, from the Madrid stage and the three screens installed in the Plaza de Oriente, will reach all of Spain, for free, thanks to the participation of cultural institutions, councils, auditoriums and theaters that will open their doors selflessly.

Those who cannot travel to any of the broadcasting points will have the opportunity to follow the broadcast through the Facebook Royal Theater, pioneer in Spain of this project, connecting for free stage Digital, online platform and Canal Theater The Opera Platform. Spanish television broadcast that evening representation, starting at 22.00 hours, through the 2.

More of 250 points across the country, fifty of them with outdoor screens in places, gardens and beaches, will offer representation. From locations with just 600 inhabitants to large cities, this edition has the highest popular participation of all those held.

The most important museums and art centers in the country that will open their auditoriums are: he Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, the National Archaeological Museum, he Circulo de Bellas Artes, the National Film Library, the Foundation Giner de los Rios, the Student Residence, and the Canal de Isabel II Foundation in Madrid; he Bilbao Guggenheim Museum; Collection of the Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg and the Carmen Thyssen Museum, In Malaga; he Diocesan Museum of Barbastro-Monzón, in Huesca; the Science Museum of Castilla-La Mancha, in Cuenca and the Niemeyer Center Aviles, In asturias, among others.

The Madrid City Council will collaborate, as on previous occasions, with the placement of chairs and the conditioning of the Plaza de Oriente for the attending public, in addition to including the retransmission of the opera as part of the Veranos de la Villa programming. Y on Sunday 2 of July, to 22.00 hours, will twin the celebration of the Bicentennial of the Teatro Real with the IV Centenary of the Plaza Mayor, where the traditional zarzuela will be screened Luisa Fernanda, Federico Torroba, recorded at the Teatro Real and starring Placido Domingo, Nancy herrera, José Bros Y Mariola Cantarero.

He 4 of July, to 12:00 hours, a solidarity concert will be held with the premiere of the children's cantata We are Nature, original work of Eva Guillamón, with music by Sonia Megías, whose production will bring together on stage the boys and girls who participate in the Social Classroom of the Royal Theater, coordinated by Acción Social por la Música, to dance and sing in a choir that will be joined by other children from collaborating entities of the project: GO Foundation, Madrid Down Syndrome Foundation, Autism Federation Madrid, Spanish Federation of Parents of Children with Cancer, Victims of Terrorism Foundation and Help in Action Foundation.

This concert will feature the participation of artists such as the pianist Rosa Torres-Pardo, actress Clara Muñiz, or the mezzo-soprano Beatriz Oleaga. As it is a solidarity function, a symbolic price of five euros per location has been set and a zero row has been set up to offer the possibility of collaborating with the project in this way. Tickets can be purchased through the usual sales channels of the Royal Theater and the participation of Fila 0 it will be done in the bank account number: IBAN ES40 2100 5731 7102 0002 9863 (specifying in the concept: Social program).

The morning of Saturday 8 of July, on a stage located on the esplanade of the Plaza de Oriente, in front of the Royal Palace, the youngest will be the allies of a "curious musical project". Under the guise of a concert, some eccentric musicians will prepare a musical proposal with which the attending boys and girls will enjoy the funniest side of classical music.

And the end of the party will come on Sunday 9 of July with one of the activities with the best reception by the public of Madrid, the Open Doors Day. From the 10.00 and until 14.30 hours, those who still do not know the interior of the Theater, They will be able to access the building to see its most emblematic areas: its spectacular room, the imperial halls decorated with original works of art and the best views of the Plaza de Oriente.

The Opera Week will search, one more year, bring the world of lyric and classical music closer to all those who have not yet had the opportunity to discover it, but he also wants to publicize details of the life of the Theater, of its artists, and create a stronger bond, and complicity, with which it has become the cultural institution of reference in our country.

The Royal Theater Opera Week is sponsored by Mutua Madrileña, State Lotteries and Gambling,

Telefonica, main patron of the Bicentennial.

Endesa, energy patron of the Bicentennial.

The retransmission of Madama Butterfly is sponsored by Redexis Gas.