At its autumn conference at the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen uniting 370 delegates from 35 countries, Opera Europa presents the redesigned Operabook to its members. With a bright color scheme and friendly user experience, the tool convinces with accurate and straightforward data.
Operabook is a core service included in Opera Europa’s benefits for its 234 members in 44 countries. Launched in 2020, it provides casting and production data from over 450 key opera houses, festivals, and concert halls worldwide. The data goes back over a decade, and the platform allows free access to browse the last and current seasons.
This non-commercial endeavor led by Opera Europa and developed by IT4Culture, in collaboration with IAMA and AEAA’s ClassicalMusicArtists database, also hosts other professional tools, such as a search engine for production rentals and listings of future production plans. Operabook is used by artistic, casting, and production directors and their teams as well as by artist managers.
“Operabook is a more than useful tool in times of last-minute cast changes and also as a database for professionals.” – Leticia Martin, production director at Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona
“Operabook is an invaluable tool for International opera companies for sharing information about theatres, operas, and roles as well as artists and their contact details and availability, especially in the case of cast change emergencies when it is vital to have information at our fingertips.” – Cormac Simms, administrative director at the Royal Opera Covent Garden, London
“Congratulations on the development of this rich and structured tool! Operabook is a remarkable resource for developing and presenting our shows.” – Julien Benhamou, director of artistic administration at Festival d’Aix-en-Provence
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