FEDORA Prizes Biennale 2025

The call for applications for the FEDORA Prizes Biennale 2025 is now open!

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    FEDORA Prizes Biennale 2025 © FEDORA

The FEDORA Prizes, initiated by Jérôme-François Zieseniss, encourage the next generation of talent to bring the unexpected to the stage with the support of four enabling Prizes:

  • Opera (€100,000) with the support of The Silver Company and in collaboration with Opera Europa

  • Dance (€100,000) with the support of Van Cleef & Arpels and in collaboration with Opera Europa

  • Education (€50,000) with the support of Carlara International and in collaboration with RESEO

  • Digital (€50,000) with the support of Kearney and in collaboration with IMZ - International Music + Media Centre

FEDORA, with the help of its sponsors, provides up to €300,000 to support cutting-edge artistic and innovative projects that promote international collaboration, creativity, social integration, intercultural dialogue, as well as digital innovation.

If you are an organisation seeking funding for innovative opera and dance projects with emerging artists that will be premiered between June 2025 and December 2026, apply for the FEDORA Prizes Biennale 2025 now!

As Expert Partner for the FEDORA Prizes Biennale, we at IMZ encourage you to apply. Visit the FEDORA website to learn more and apply before the deadline on 3 May 2024.

If you have questions about the application process, the eligibility and the evaluation criteria, you can register for one of FEDORA’s online workshops, which will guide you on building a successful application for the FEDORA Prizes Biennale.

The workshops “How to apply for the FEDORA Prizes Biennale?” will take place on 14 March 2024, 11:00 CET and on 4 April 2024, 10:00 CET.



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