Federation of Associations and Foundations Supporting Opera Houses and Festivals (FEDORA)
Fédération européenne des associations et fondations pour le rayonnement des opéras
Europäische Föderation von Vereinen und Stiftungen zur Unterstützung von Opernhäusern und Festivals
1993-03 Paris France
Mar 1993, Paris (France). Previously referred to as Federation of Associations and Foundations Supporting their Opera Houses in Europe -- Fédération européenne des associations et fondations pour le rayonnement des opéras. Registered in accordance with French law, Strasbourg (France). Currently based in Brussels (Belgium), in the 'Théâtre Royal de La Monnaie - Koninklijke Muntschouwburg'. Ceased to exist 2012.
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