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Three-Year Artist Career  Program

Develop your craft and business skills in NYC with the International Brazilian Opera Company (IBOC). 

IBOC may sponsor artists who need US working visas. 

This program supports early and mid-career artists with an extraordinary ability to increase international recognition and financial return through our Agency Department and Career Mentoring Division.

We accept applications from orchestral musicians, singers, conductors, composers, songwriters, librettists, dancers, scenographers, filmmakers, light designers, visual artists, and other connecter areas.


IBOC will act as a Non-Exclusive International Agent for selected artists and expose new names to the competitive international market.


Artists will be featured in the IBOC regular programming and are required to engage in a 3-year self-designed project that aims to elevate professional recognition. 

We leverage the tools, techniques, and methods of opera to cross-pollinate with artists from diverse musical, technological, and artistic disciplines. We aren't only for Opera singers! For example, we have jazz artists incorporating theatrics and classical violin into their songs and concept albums. This intentionally advances the art form of opera and the audiences who appreciate it. 

In the program, seniors perform along with new artists. Cross-cultural collaboration is one of the pillars of IBOC’s platform, aiming at community growth, generating collaboration opportunities, and artistic development.


Our community is built of diverse people, discovering new forms to create, produce, promote, and support underrepresented voices. 

We review applications on a rolling basis.


Placement is restricted by available slots and season programming needs.

Please fill in the application form and send us:

•CV or resume:

• Portfolio with samples of previous works, headshot, online video sample, website link, and press clipping.

• U$200 non-refundable application fee includes one interview online and a professional evaluation of your career path.

Venmo: @IBOC-BrazilianOpera

or Paypal to:


Let's Get Started.

*Artists who are admitted into the program may apply for US Visa sponsorship through IBOC, pending board review of documentation, $400 IBOC processing fee, attorney fee, and government fees. 

Creative Project Development

Through mentorship, coaching and peer support, define and develop your artistic dream projects with IBOC's institutional support. 


Business skills development

Through coaching and can-do workshops that follow the life of your creative project, you'll gain business skills in the areas of Project Management, Fundraising, Branding, Public Relations, and Business Decision Making and Leadership. 



International Brazilian Opera Company provides legal support focused on underrepresented and immigrant demographics to create work opportunities, media exposure, cross-cultural collaboration, and professional relationships on the global scene.

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