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Osesp is to play on the stage of Carnegie Hall in October
2022.08.19
In October, Osesp takes the Amazon Forest and the music of Heitor Villa-Lobos to Carnegie Hall in New York. This is the first time a Brazilian orchestra has been invited to the official season of this historic stage. With the Regent of Honor Marin Alsop on the podium, Osesp will do two concerts.
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Philippine independent film festival Cinemalaya returns to Cultural Center of the Philippines
2022.08.19
After two years of online streaming, Cinemalaya, the country’s pioneer indie film festival, returns to live on-site screening at the CCP Main Theater on its 18th year. This year, with the tagline, “Breaking Through the Noise,” Cinemalaya presents 11 full-length feature films and 12 short films that will compete for the Balanghai trophy.
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Orchestra of the Royal Opera House launches Mentorship Scheme
2022.08.12
The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House launches a groundbreaking pilot programme for young musicians from underrepresented backgrounds. The new scheme will work with young musicians aged 18-25, prioritising engagement with young people from the global majority and other underrepresented backgrounds.
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Kirchner Cultural Center’s Federal Milonga goes on
2022.08.12
Open, unique and diverse, Kirchner Cultural Center’s Federal Milonga happens every Thursday in the Plaza Seca of the Center. Through various activities include concerts, classes, talks and workshops, the Federal Milonga offers a space for open participation in experiences and exchanges that start from tango and stimulate reflections on the physicality, imagination, cultures, identities and diversities around our music and dance.
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Applications Open for Adelaide Festival Centre’s Class of Cabaret
2022.08.05
Adelaide Cabaret Festival invites talented Year 10 and 11 performing arts students to apply for Adelaide Festival Centre’s Class of Cabaret 2023 program.

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Riccardo Chailly, Mao Fujita & Lucerne Festival Orchestra
Concert, August 20, 19:30(GMT+8)

Join NCPA for the exclusive online premiere of the opening concert of the 2022 Lucerne Festival. Riccardo Chailly, Mao Fujita & Lucerne Festival Orchestra will play two classics of Rachmaninoff.

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Music from Around the World - The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Concert Presented by the BFPA

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Initiated by the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), the Beijing Forum for Performing Arts (BFPA) was established on September 9, 2020. It is a non-governmental, non-profit and collaborative organization voluntarily formed by performing arts institutions and related institutions around the world, headquartered in Beijing, China.

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The BFPA is composed of institutional members and honorary (individual) members. Institutional members shall consist of world-renowned theatres, performance groups, cultural groups, art academies, cultural companies and other performing arts institutions. Renowned individuals in cultural and related fields may be accepted to the Forum as honorary members. Currently, 27 institutions from 18 countries of 5 Continents have joined the BFPA.
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