Opera for Peace and IDAGIO

20th September 2020

Opera for Peace has signed an important collaboration agreement with IDAGIO, the world’s leading classical music streaming platform. We have since launched a series of Opera for Peace “Connections” conversations via IDAGIO Live, highlighting influential artists and the most prominent topics facing the performing arts world today. Long-term development plans in progress.

 

Opera for Peace reflects in an impressive way what is needed to bring the arts to the next level. Connecting audiences and artists directly via an online home for classical music is the core of the IDAGIO mission and we are very much looking forward to exploring this jointly with the passionate Opera for Peace team.” – Till Janczukowicz, Founder & CEO of IDAGIO

 

On Wednesday, September 23 at 1pm ET/ 7pm CET two Opera for Peace Ambassadors – tenor Brian Jagde and soprano Joyce El-Khoury – will connect via Live Chat to discuss “Mentorship in Music,” and the important role that singers take in guiding and supporting the next generation of artists. Join us for this chat live at idagio.com or via Facebook; the conversation will remain online following the initial stream.

 

Recent episodes can be enjoyed via the following links:

 

“The View from the Middle” (Soprano & OfP Ambassador Golda Schultz, Shirley Thomson & Iarlaith Carter – HarrisonParrott)

 

“Perspectives from the Podium” (Conductors panel featuring OfP Ambassador Lidiya Yankovskaya, John Axelrod & Roderick Cox)

 

“A New Development Path for Opera in the Middle East” (OfP co-founder Paolo Petrocelli, Soprano & Ambassador Zeina Barhoum, Soprano & Global Connections Artist Sawsan Al-Bahiti)