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MOSCOW, October 25 (Itar-Tass) — An annual autumn conference of the International operatic art association Opera Europa opens at the New Opera Theatre, named after Yevgeny Kolobov, here on Thursday for the first time.
Opera Europa is the leading organization that encompasses professional opera houses and festivals throughout Europa and beyond it. More than 110 opera jpises of 33 countries are currently members of the Associastion.
The Moscow State Academic children's music theatre named after Natalia Sats, the New Opera, the Moscow academic music theatre named after Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko, and the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia are among organizers of the conference.
A roundtable meeting, the main theme of which is "Russian Repertory Now" is to be held on October 28, the day when the conference will come to a close. The results of the conference will be summed up by Peter de Caluwe, General Director of La Monnaie theatre and President of the Opera Europa. The conference is to end with the presentation of Sergei Prokofiyev's opera "The Love for Three Oranges", under the direction of Georgy Isaakyan, at the Sats Theatre.