Nominees for FEDORA Digital Prize 2020 announced

The four most innovative digital opera + ballet projects have been selected and will engage in a crowdfunding campaign throughout the summer. Learn all about them here!

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The four final nominees are Finnish National Opera and Ballet, Royal Opera House in London, Sadler's Wells and Teatro Regio Torino and advance artistic creativity.

With the Fedora Digital Prize we advocate new ways of artistic expression and access to opera + ballet through digital innovation. With the IMZ taking part in the competition + judging process as Expert Partner, the Fedora Digital Prize will fund the winning project with 50.000€ with the support of project partner Kearny!

See a detailed description of each one of the projects here.



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