"Veličnstvena noć za umjetnost bez barijera"
This year again, Operosa is preparing an opera spectacle in Herceg Novi, within Operosa Montenegro Opera Festival 2019 (OMOF2019), but this time in co-production with enoa network (European Network of Opera Academy).
OMOF2019 will be held in Herceg Novi, from 21-24. August at Forte Mare fortresses, Kanli Kula, as well as in the special venue in Herceg Novi which will be announced soon and open for visitors. This year's premiere in co-production with the enoa network will be the opera BE MY SUPERSTAR by composer Simon Voseček, directed by Aleksandra Lacroix.
The following program:
AUG 21 & 22 | 9 PM | Opera BE MY SUPERSTAR | Forte Mare Fortress
The opening of the festival;
Opera for Youngsters by
Composer: Simon Voseček
Director: Alexandra Lacroix
Dramaturg: Aida Gabriels
Text: Yann Verburgh
Video: Franziska Guggenbichler Beck
Sopran: Astrid Stockman
AUG 23 | 8 PM | Night of Chamber Music
AUG 24 | 9 PM | A Midsummer Night's Dream | Kanli Kula
Opera/ballet spectacle for all generations.
Opera BE MY SUPERSTAR is part of a tour that will experience the world premiere at OMOF2019, after which it will be performed in Lisbon, Helsinki, and Ghent in the co-organization of our enoa partners. On this occasion, besides bringing a complete international artistic team and renowned opera names to Montenegro, Operosa is working hard to bring world-renowned journalists to be our guests.
For the first time this year, OMOF has the honor to include UNDP on the list of partners and support of the festival. Within the framework of the project "Low Carbon Tourism", Operosa proudly contributes to the reputation of Montenegro as a new green and carbon neutral tourist destination in the heart of Europe. Evidence of this can be demonstrated by the fact that the Operosa is one of the few large festivals that minimally uses environmentally harmful resources such as carbon dioxide.
OMOF and UNDP invite you to calculate your carbon footprint.
"For a young generation of Serbians and Montenegrins, cultural initiatives such as Operosa provide a sign that things are moving forward into the European mainstream."
Opera NowJanuary 2015
"...has been the major force of reviving the fortunes of opera in the Balkans, over the past decade..."