The inaugural International Opera Awards took place at London's Hilton Park Lane Hotel on April 22, 2013. We were there to sample the glamour...
The International Opera Awards 2013
In its inaugural year, the International Opera Awards aim to be the Oscars of the opera world. This year's nominees include big names such as Joseph Calleja, Joyce DiDonato, and Bryn Terfel, as well as up-and-coming stars of the opera world.
- The Opera Awards aim to recognise the immense talent and achievements of everyone involved in the field, whether behind-the-scenes or on stage.
- The brainchild of Harry Hyman, the Opera Awards (known as 'The Operas') aim to be the first truly international set of prizes in the opera world.
- Winners in 22 categories will be judged by a distinguished panel, including writers from Opera Magazine and industry experts including journalists, performers, and artistic directors.
- The categories include awards for the best chorus, conductor, and newcomer, as well as featuring awards for the best male and female singer.
Opera Awards News & Interviews
The inaugural International Opera Awards took place tonight at London's Hilton Park Lane hotel. Here's are the winners...
The Opera Awards isn't just about giving gongs to the best singers, as Opera Magazine editor John Allison explains
Joyce DiDonato - Non piu mesta
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