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Ostrom Workshop - Opera Sustainability Podcast

Produced by

- Ostrom Workshop / Governance Roundtable of the Ostrom Workshop (GROW)

*Economic Nobel Prize Winners experts in Sustainability *Bloomington Economic School

This podcast is part of the Opera Sustainability Research: More about the full research Click Here


*Supported by:

The Americas Chamber Orchestra (Bloomington, IN, USA)

CASC Opera Summer Camp (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

Ostrom Workshop - Opera Sustainability Podcast

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***Click in the Images to Listen to the Podcast***


What is the Ostrom Workshop - Opera Sustainability Podcast?


Welcome to the Ostrom Workshop - Opera Podcast. A place where we work together to better understand the challenges and possible solutions for the Opera Sustainability at local, regional, national, and international levels. A place to share with the leading international opera key actors and stakeholders to understand the best possible artistic, musical, pedagogic, administrative, community, and business models that can secure the sustainability for the Opera field.


I am your host Diego Barbosa-Vasquez. Colombian-born and worldwide-trained Opera, Orchestra and Ballet Conductor. Music Director of The Americas Chamber Orchestra in Bloomington, Indiana; Music and Co-Artistic Director of the Collaborative Arts Opera Summer Camp in Los Angeles, California; Assistant and Cover Conductor of the Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater; and Doctoral Conducting Student of Indiana University.


I am also very proud to be a Research Awardee of the prestigious Ostrom Workshop. A community of remarkable international multidisciplinary scholars working to understand and address major societal problems in different parts of the world. The Ostrom Workshop, is named for Elinor Ostrom who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2009 and for her husband Vincent Ostrom, who helped to demonstrate the importance of building trust--and community--to sustainably manage shared resources.


The Opera Sustainability is a project of Barbosa-Vasquez/Academic in alliance with the Ostrom Workshop and supported by The Americas Chamber Orchestra, the CASC Opera Summer Camp, and the Office of Entrepreneurship and Career Development of Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University.

©Barbosa-Vásquez/Academic


***Click in the Images to Listen to the Podcast***

Episode 1 with Maestro Marzio Conti, Italian Conductor (Biography here)


Part 1: "The Conductor Role in an Opera Company"


Part 2: "The Challenges of be a Music Director in the Opera"


Part 3: "Developing the Opera Company from Inside"


Part 4: "Returning the Opera to the Community"


Next episodes are coming!!

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What is the Ostrom Workshop - Opera Sustainability Podcast?


Welcome to the Ostrom Workshop - Opera Podcast. A place where we work together to better understand the challenges and possible solutions for the Opera Sustainability at local, regional, national, and international levels. A place to share with the leading international opera key actors and stakeholders to understand the best possible artistic, musical, pedagogic, administrative, community, and business models that can secure the sustainability for the Opera field.


I am your host Diego Barbosa-Vasquez. Colombian-born and worldwide-trained Opera, Orchestra and Ballet Conductor. Music Director of The Americas Chamber Orchestra in Bloomington, Indiana; Music and Co-Artistic Director of the Collaborative Arts Opera Summer Camp in Los Angeles, California; Assistant and Cover Conductor of the Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater; and Doctoral Conducting Student of Indiana University.


I am also very proud to be a Research Awardee of the prestigious Ostrom Workshop. A community of remarkable international multidisciplinary scholars working to understand and address major societal problems in different parts of the world. The Ostrom Workshop, is named for Elinor Ostrom who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2009 and for her husband Vincent Ostrom, who helped to demonstrate the importance of building trust--and community--to sustainably manage shared resources.


The Opera Sustainability is a project of Barbosa-Vasquez/Academic in alliance with the Ostrom Workshop and supported by The Americas Chamber Orchestra, the CASC Opera Summer Camp, and the Office of Entrepreneurship and Career Development of Jacobs School of Music of Indiana University.

©Barbosa-Vásquez/Academic

©Barbosa-Vásquez/Academic

*As a research/podcast in process, if you want to be part of the podcast to share your ideas and perspectives about Opera Sustainability please contact Maestro Barbosa-Vásquez by: barbosa.vasquez@gmail.com

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