when Miguel Gil and a group of volunteers took LÓVA to the therapeutic module of the Madrid III prison in Valdemoro

LÓVA (The opera, Learning a vehicle) a vehicle of Learning, a vehicle of Learning, when Miguel Gil and a group of volunteers took LÓVA to the therapeutic module of the Madrid III prison in Valdemoro. when Miguel Gil and a group of volunteers took LÓVA to the therapeutic module of the Madrid III prison in Valdemoro: dramaturgy, characterization, locker room, interpretation, public relations, a vehicle of Learning, illumination, rulership, scenography, a vehicle of Learning. The company creates and premieres its own opera in performances in which it does not have the help of adults.

a vehicle of Learning Intensive course a vehicle of Learning 2009 at the Royal Theater, since 2015 Real, since 2017 at the Jofre Theater in Ferrol and from the 2019 at the Guadalupe Theater/Bernal Theater in El Palmar de Murcia in collaboration with the respective Regional Departments of Education. The European Commission chose LÓVA as one of the Spanish educational projects of reference to develop cultural awareness and expression (Cultural Awareness and Expression Handbook).

LÓVA is integrated into the curriculum and aims to develop key skills. In addition, he has received Good practices award for the promotion of school coexistence from the Ministry of Education in 2018.

Lova is always done during school hours, sign up for the hours different areas and occupies an entire school year, that sometimes extends to two. Although it is implemented mainly in public centers of primary education, its methodology has been adapted to different levels educational, childish, THAT, special education, high school, and to various social environments such as cultural associations, day centers or jail.

That case Lova in jail, That was born in 2012, when Miguel Gil and a group of volunteers took LÓVA to the therapeutic module of the Madrid III prison in Valdemoro. In 2021 the ninth opera of this project was premiered.

LÓVA- The documentary

Lova history

LÓVA has its origins in an educational project that Bruce Taylor and JoAnn Forman created for the Seattle Opera in the years 70 and that in the 80 expanded the Metropolitan Opera Guild of New York. You can find a detailed story on the thesis Sharon Joy, Original Student Opera: History, Theory and Practice of a Multi-Disciplinary Arts Education Program (University of Houston).

Lova joins the thousands of building projects in classrooms operas created more than twenty countries and for more than three decades from programs like Creating Original Opera (Metropolitan Opera Guild), Write an Opera (Royal Opera House), Opera by Children (Utah Opera), Create and Produce (Opera America), etc.

Creating Original Opera He came to Spain in 2006 Hand Mary Ruth McGinn, elementary school teacher in public school in the United States and Pedro Sarmiento, musician and pedagogue. Fulbright scholarship and later by SaludArte, Mary Ruth formed and led from the Royal Theater to a group of teachers, including those responsible for three operas created by students in three public schools in the Community of Madrid (Our. Lady of Victory, Enrique Tierno Galvan and El Quijote). Given the success of the initiative, in 2008 Lova as creating joint educational project between SaludArte and formalized Teatro Real, coordinated by Pedro Sarmiento. Later, They have added new cultural institutions.

Lova extends thanks to teachers who make it their teaching and are an example of professionalism and pedagogical commitment.

People Lova

The LÓVA project has an innovative and participatory management model. Integrated from 2022 in the Educational Department of the Royal Theater from which the project is coordinated at a national level, has the collaboration of excellent professionals in the training and development of the project.

The pedagogical committee is made up of a group of expert teachers in the project who, from different parts of Spain they co-design and advise the training actions of the project.