The FEDORA Digital Prize: Exploring opportunities of digital creativity

60. ročník Zlaté Prahy

The FEDORA Digital Prize advocates new ways of artistic expression and access to opera and dance through digital innovation. It aims to encourage artistic innovation in opera and dance through digital experimentation and advocate new ways of interacting with audiences through digital tools and performance. By promoting interactions across different media and stimulating new collaborative approaches through digital innovation, the FEDORA Digital Prize triggers interdisciplinary dialogue and the sharing of best practices between sectors.

The FEDORA Digital Prize (€50,000) is supported by the leading global management consulting firm, Kearney. In addition, through the collaboration with the IMZ - International Music + Media Centre and an independent jury expert panel, a professional evaluation and selection process is guaranteed.

FEDORA Digital Prize, 2020 Winner, Laïla - Immersive Installation, by Finnish National Opera and Ballet (Finland)
Laila is an immersive opera installation that adapts to audiences by harnessing artificial intelligence. This innovative project redefines how audiences can experience opera. Laila invites the audience to shape her reality and the world of the future together with artificial intelligence. She challenges us to encounter our hopes fears, and anxieties related to technology and the unknown tomorrow.

FEDORA Digital Prize, 2021 Winner, Out of the Ordinary/As an nGnách, by Irish National Opera (Ireland)
Out of the Ordinary/As an nGnách harnesses the creativity and life experience of diverse Irish communities that currently have little or no connection to opera. It uses cutting-edge technology as a tool to distill and present their stories. It results in the world’s first-ever virtual reality community opera. 

FEDORA Digital Prize, 2023 Winner, The Sound Voice Project, by Britten Pears Arts and Sound Voice (United Kingdom)
The Sound Voice Project is a unique series of immersive digital-opera installations for flexible, interactive spaces exploring voice and identity: co-created with interdisciplinary partners in healthcare, technology, science and biomedical research, and people with lived experience of voice loss. The project celebrates and explores the intrinsic value of the human voice.


The meeting will be held in English. You can also watch the event live online at this link.

The New Stage of the National Theatre
Zasedací místnost, Nová scéna