Coordinated by Cristóbal Urrutia (Chile), Arts and Culture Department, Universidad Austral de Chile
and Leonardo Martinelli (Brazil), professor, Faculdade Santa Marcelina
with Flavia Furtado (Brazil), general director, Vlaanderen Producões Culturais;
Mauricio Peña Cediel (Colombia), director, Luis Ángel Arango Library's Recital Hall;
Sylvia Prieto (Chile), executive director, Fundación Beethoven
Join representatives from classical music organisations from different Latin American countries in an open discussion about the arts in the region, before and after the pandemic. Hear first from each of the distinguished guests who will speak about what they would usually look for in artists and ensembles wishing to perform in Latin America (and in their seasons in particular) and whether or how that may change in the future. The floor will then open to questions and comments from anyone who would like to know more about the Latin American scene or share their own experiences and ideas/thoughts. All delegates currently working with cultural institutions in the region, planning to do so or who are simply curious and want to know more about it are invited and welcomed to join.
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