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Accessibility

Accessibility

Opera Education is committed to advocating inclusivity in our productions and educational content so that every student and family member can experience our participatory operas. 

Opera domani XXIV Edition

Opera domani XXIV Edition

In collaboration with our artistic team, Opera Education introduced for the first time in Opera domani’s XXIV Edition: “Rigoletto. The Mysteries of the Theatre”, a choreography centered around sign language (Lingua dei Segni Italiana):

Opera domani 2020 Choreography Tutorial – “Furtivo fra le tenebre”

Opera domani 2020 Choreography Tutorial – “Lassù in cielo”

Click on this link and you will find +100 students incorporating sign language into Rigoletto’s “Lassù in cielo”

An audio description service of “Rigoletto. The Mysteries of the Theater” is available to enrich the experience of our blind and visually impaired audience. The audio description comprises the voices of blind and low vision students and was made possible thanks to the support of Macerata Opera Festival’s InclusivOpera and Unione Italiana dei Ciechi e degli Ipovedenti Sezione Provinciale di Como.

 

Opera domani XXIV Edition

With thew support of Macerata Opera Festival's InclusivOpera we developed an accessible version to the production "Elisir d'amore. Una fabbrica di idee".

Opera kids XII Edition

Opera kids XII Edition

In addition to ist participatory, Opera kids XII Edition's production of "Il guardiano e il buffone. Ossia Rigoletto che ride e che piange" integrated sign language (Lingua dei Segni Italiana) to its choreographies as an effort to raise awareness of deaf communities and the importance of the inclusivity among young children.