Perhaps, not everything is as easy as the Muppets might show, but at Intermezzo we do so from the year 2004 in which we started our history. From then on, we select, coordinate, reinforce and manage choirs, mostly in the opera world. Since we were born, we have worked at almost every theatre and festival in Spain, besides outside our borders. Working as a team and with clear and successful production procedures, we have grown to be the benchmark company in the world of lyrical choirs.
"When there is someone by your side singing with you, everything is fabulous and we will be happy forever"
Since 2009 the prestigious Intermezzo Choir – Choir of the Teatro Real of Madrid, is our, and also since 2021 the Intermezzo Choir – Choir of the Oviedo Opera and since 2022 the Intermezzo Choir – Choir of the Tenerife Opera; in addition to collaborations with the Gran Teatre del Liceu, ABAO in Bilbao, Teatro de la Maestranza de Sevilla, Festival Castell de Peralada or Opera de Maó, Opera de Bordeaux or the Royal Opera House Muscat in Oman, among others.
The Intermezzo Choir – Choir of the Teatro Real, has been nominated in the International Opera Awards as the best opera choir in the world, in addition to being part of the opera company of the Teatro Real, which in 2020 has been awarded as the best in the world.
We are supported by working with the best international stage managers or orchestra conductors as well as with teams from every theater, although for us, the most solid guarantee are our singers, selected by demanding audition protocols, and who demonstrate their quality day by day by the music we perform. Our job, at heart, is to offer it for everyone to hear.
"To some extent, the music is no longer mine, it's yours"
The Intermezzo team manages choirs. And to ensure excellence, since 2011 we have accredited the ISO 9001 Certification in Quality of Cultural Management at European level. In addition, we belong to the Opera Europa network of theatres and festivals. Teamwork is an unappeasable condition at Intermezzo. Sir Paul McCartney already mentioned it: