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Join the Fedora Award Ceremony

We are delighted to invite you to the FEDORA Award Ceremony on 17 June 2021 at 20:30 CET online, presenting the winner of the FEDORA Digital Prize, a collaboration with the IMZ!

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Reimagine the future of opera and ballet through digital transformation!

On 17 June 2021 at 20:30 CET the FEDORA Award Ceremony takes place as an online live event. Join us and discover the winning project of the FEDORA Digital Prize 2021.

Take a look at the nominated projects still in the competition for this year's FEDORA Digital Prize:



FEDORA Platform is a non-profit organisation committed to supporting + contributing to the future of opera + ballet by nurturing their renewal. The FEDORA Digital Prize, a collaboration with the IMZ Music + Media Centre, intends to advocate and encourage artistic innovation on and beyond the stage in the fields of opera + dance through digital experimentation.

This year's Expert Jury for the three Jury Nominees of the FEDORA Digital Prize consists of Katharina Jeschke (IMZ International Music + Media Centre), Peter Maniura (IMZ Academy), Christopher Hampson (Scottish Ballet), Emelie De Jong (ARTE France), Yasuko Kobayashi (NHK), Tod Machover (Composer, Inventor, MIT Media Lab) and Ulrich Schrauth (VRHAM! Virtual Reality & Arts Festival, XR + BFI London Film Festival).

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