NOV 1. RossiniLab-Cantelli- Rossini Opera Stage Performance-Occasione fa il Ladro- Modulo Péchés de Vieillesse

RossiniLab-Cantelli- Rossini Opera Stage Performance-Occasione fa il Ladro- Modulo Péchés de Vieillesse

https://rossinilab.consno.it/

Period of the EOA module in 2022-23

19th September – 07th October

Description of the EOA module

The RossiniLab-Cantelli is held under the patronage of

  • Fondazione Rossini in Pesaro
  • ‘ROSSINI OPERA FESTIVAL’ DI PESARO
  • LA ‘FONDAZIONE TEATRO COCCIA DI NOVARA’ – CONSERVATORIO ‘G. CANTELLI’ OF NOVARA 

It is addressed to singers wishing to study and deepen their Rossinian repertoire. Our main purpose is to provide a methodological approach to correctly perform and interpret Rossini. The workshop includes a theoretical, musicological and practical introduction to aesthetics and philosophy in Rossinian voices, such introduction aims to find a consistent awareness framework of the vocal gesture.

The purpose is to achieve an articulated and steady synergy to correctly perform Rossini’s musical and vocal grammar. Such objective will be reached by means of knowledge gained by our teachers in course of their long artistic experience.

The workshop aims to address countless problems singers can have when facing Rossini’s works.

RossiniLab-Cantelli represents an answer to an urgent question: ”how to sing Rossini nowadays?”, it as well aims to develop constellations of senses and references to epistemologically and aesthetically analyse Rossini’s music.

Kind of voice and role

Occasione fa il ladro

  • Don Eusebio-Tenore
  • Berenice-Soprano
  • Conte Alberto-Tenore
  • Don Parmenione-Baritono
  • Ernestina-Mezzo-soprano
  • Martino-Basso/Basso-bariton

Modulo ‘Péchés de Vieillesse’

  • Soprano
  • Tenor
  • Mezzosoprano

Specialty of this module in comparison with other courses in Europe

RossiniLab-Cantelli is officially the first international course entirely on Rossini’s specialization at 360 degrees aimed at the realization of a work in a Grand Theater with orchestra-direction-sets and costumes – RossiniLab Cantelli boasts the patronage of the Rossini Foundation and has among its official partners are the Rof (Rossini Opera festival) and the Coccia Theater Foundation in Novara

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module

Main Professors: 

  • Prof. Giovanni Botta
  • Prof. Ernesto Palacio

Possible extras beside the module

Another module on offer is the one devoted to the study of the literature of Rossini’s Péchés de vieillesse with Prof. Alessandro Marangoni

Minimum and maximum number of EOA students

  • Occasione fa il ladro: Maximum 8 students
  • Péchés de vieillesse: Maximum 4 students

Number of teaching /production hours of the EOA module

The RossiniLab Cantelli will be divided into three intensive weeks of work from 10 to 19 – In addition to the two main teachers there will be other internationally renowned teachers such as Ernesto Palacio (superintendent of the Rossini Opera festival) who will hold a 4-day masterclass, Ilaria Narici (director of the Rossini Pesaro Foundation), Reto Muller (Rossini Pesaro Foundation), Alessandro Mormile and others.

Entrance examination: 

The material to submit with your application is:

  • Cv
  • Repertoire
  • Two Videos ( one of the two videos must necessarily be of the Occasione fa il ladro)

NOTE: In case a student ends up being selected, L’occasione fa il ladro it must be fully known by heart before entering the RossiniLab-Cantelli.

Deadline May 31, 2022

Description of the final Examination

At the end of the RossiniLab Cantelli, students must be able to fully perform the role of Rossini’s ‘L’occasione fa il  ladro  with the didactic teachings provided by the course and by heart; always at the end of the course the singers who will be able to participate in the production at the ‘Coccia Theater’ Foundation in Novara scheduled for October 2022 will be selected, at the discretion of the artistic director.

Teaching language

English / Italian

Total expenses of the EOA module per student 

€ 500

POR 1 B. Preparing Operatic Roles: Acting for Singers in the Preparation of Operatic Roles

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023:

8th October 2022 to 28th January 2023

B. Acting for Singers in the Preparation of Operatic Roles 

The main purpose of this module is to consolidate the performer skills, giving a particular focus to the work on stage in the interaction with the director and the maestro. Issues of scenic presence in relation with the scene/stage will also be explored. Scenic experimentation through body movement, improvisation, vocality and the arousing of emotion will bring the student a new approach to Opera and Opera making. This module will enable the student to experience a live performance in front of an audience.

Specialty of this module in comparison with other courses in Europe

The aim of this section of the module is to facilitate the student’s artistic autonomy both in methodological processes as well as the consolidation of an artistic identity. Through an organization of their knowledge and skills (creative, sensory and cognitive) the student will be able to develop interpretative operatic roles taking in account previous dramaturgic assumptions for the purpose of live performance.

  • Master a variety of techniques of movement and acting.
  • Develop somatic and emotional body-mind approaches to performance practice
  • Increase awareness of the poetic universe of the performer
  • Develop the singular nature of each opera singer during live performance and during collective interaction.

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module:

  • Claire Bynion
  • António Salgado
  • Claudia Marisa
  • António Durães

Possible extras beside the module

Students may attend one, or both, of these theoretical seminars on the subject of Opera and Performance:

  • Opera communication systems in history and in actuality: a sociological approach. Seminar given by Prof. Dr. Mário Vieira de Carvalho – member of the Administrative Counsel of the European Music Theatre Academy and President of CESEM – Center of Sociology and Musical Aesthetics Studies
  • The Psychology of Performance – The underlying psychology to the study of operatic roles and other issues in opera. This Seminar will be given by Prof. Dr. Daniela Coimbra (PhD) – Professor on Psychology of Music, at ESMAE.

Besides that, Porto is a culturally interesting and beautiful city. Here you can profit from the musical and cultural activity at Casa da Música of Porto, a very active cultural point in the city, as well as the Teatro Nacional de São João, Rivoli Theatre and the Coliseum of Porto.

Minimum and maximum number of EOA students

1-3 vocal students

Number of teaching/production hours of the EOA module

10 -12 hours individual tuition & 45 hours group work.

Number of ECTS

20 ECTS

Entrance examination

Video recording or link to video recording

Description of final examination

Public performance on stage with piano.

Teaching language

English – level 3

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023:

8th October 2022 to 28th January 2023

Acting for Singers in the Preparation of Operatic Roles

The main purpose of this module is to consolidate the performer skills, giving a particular focus to the work on stage in the interaction with the director and the maestro. Issues of scenic presence in relation with the scene/stage will also be explored. Scenic experimentation through body movement, improvisation, vocality and the arousing of emotion will bring the student a new approach to Opera and Opera making. This module will enable the student to experience a live performance in front of an audience.

 

Specialty of this module in comparison with other courses in Europe

The aim of this section of the module is to facilitate the student’s artistic autonomy both in methodological processes as well as the consolidation of an artistic identity. Through an organization of their knowledge and skills (creative, sensory and cognitive) the student will be able to develop interpretative operatic roles taking in account previous dramaturgic assumptions for the purpose of live performance.

  • Master a variety of techniques of movement and acting.
  • Develop somatic and emotional body-mind approaches to performance practice
  • Increase awareness of the poetic universe of the performer
  • Develop the singular nature of each opera singer during live performance and during collective interaction.

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module:

  • Claire Bynion
  • António Salgado
  • Claudia Marisa
  • António Durães

 

Possible extras beside the module

Students may attend one, or both, of these theoretical seminars on the subject of Opera and Performance:

  • Opera communication systems in history and in actuality: a sociological approach. Seminar given by Prof. Dr. Mário Vieira de Carvalho – member of the Administrative Counsel of the European Music Theatre Academy and President of CESEM – Center of Sociology and Musical Aesthetics Studies
  • The Psychology of Performance – The underlying psychology to the study of operatic roles and other issues in opera. This Seminar will be given by Prof. Dr. Daniela Coimbra (PhD) – Professor on Psychology of Music, at ESMAE.

Besides that, Porto is a culturally interesting and beautiful city. Here you can profit from the musical and cultural activity at Casa da Música of Porto, a very active cultural point in the city, as well as the Teatro Nacional de São João, Rivoli Theatre and the Coliseum of Porto.

Minimum and maximum number of EOA students

1-3 vocal students

Number of teaching/production hours of the EOA module

10 -12 hours individual tuition & 45 hours group work.

Number of ECTS

20 ECTS

Entrance examination

  • CV
  • Repertoire
  • Two video recording or link to video recording
  • Deadline:
    • 15th April 2022

Description of final examination

Public performance on stage with piano.

Teaching language

English – level 3

Total expenses of the EOA

  • This module is only available within Erasmus exchange (Master´s level), during the academic year 2022/23.
  • Students must provide their own accommodation, meals and traveling costs

PAR 4. Piano Accompaniment and Opera Coaching (Pianists, Traineeship for pianists)

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023

ERASMUS students (STT) may choose a mobility of minimum 3 maximum 6 months during the academic year 2022-2023

Description

This module offers an entirely specific traineeship for piano accompaniment of voice and opera scenes, designed for pianists who consider a future in the world of opera by adding to their curriculum a first work experience in this various and challenging environment. Trainees will accompany singers on the piano in different settings:

  • singing lessons,
  • scenic interpretation lessons,
  • staging
  • preparation for exams and concerts and during public performances. This always under supervision of a tutor.

The goal is to improve the knowledge of opera repertoire and to practice the specific skills requested.

The trainee will receive weekly tasks from the coordinator of piano accompaniment.

A module for professional pianists who wish to broaden their knowledge of the operatic repertoire in compliance with all the specific attitudes. With a full immersion into Italian opera together with the opportunity to develop the best practice in Italian language applied to opera. To exercise, develop and improve their skills as a pianist in accompanying different voice parts.

Specialty of this module in comparison with other courses in Europe

A full immersion into Italian opera together with the opportunity to develop the best practice in Italian language applied to opera. To exercise, develop and improve their skills as a pianist in accompanying different voice parts.

Exchange and collaboration with other students of the Conservatory.

A unique opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the rich operatic music culture of the territory, attending places of unique musical interest, within the Conservatory (Musical Section of Libreria Palatina, Boito’s Studio and Toscanini’s Studio) or in the immediate nearby of it (the Library of the Istituto Nazionale di Studi Verdiani, specialised in 19th century opera and music in general, with particular emphasis on the life and work of Giuseppe Verdi, the Museo dell’Opera, the Casa della Musica, Teatro Regio, etc.).

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module:

  • Nicola Mottaran (Coordinator of Piano accompaniment)
  • Fabio Ferrucci (Tutor)
  • Teaching staff from the Singing and Music Theatre Department of the Conservatory

Possible extras in addition to this module:

Upon request a little tour of the main “music treasures” of Verdi’s land: the birthplace of Verdi and Villa Sant’Agata, the Toscanini Museum, the world renowned Teatro Regio, the beautiful Teatro Farnese (17th century), the Casa del Suono, etc. Opportunity to join Italian Course level A2+B1 in the first semester or English Course level B1 or B2 in second semester. October is the month of the Parma Verdi Festival. Facilities are offered to enrolled students who want to experience a show at the Teatro Regio and/or other planned locations.

 

Open for: 1-5 (no max limit)

Number of teaching/production hours of the EOA module

Semester 200 hours (about 10 hours per week)

Number of ECTS within master accreditation: depending to the effective number of hours done

Entrance examination:

Online examination through the Application, that needs to include:

  • CV
  • Repertoire
  • Videos
  • Motivational letter (optional)
  • Deadline:
    • 15th April 2022
    • 15th September 2022

Description of final examination:

30 minutes performance in piano accompaniment of voice (and/or opera scenes)

Teaching language/Required level of language

Italian (min A2 to be improved) and English (B2)

Total expenses of the EOA module per student and what is included/excluded in this price

Erasmus students (STT) only. No extra fees.

GEN 4. Opera coaching for Pianists

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023

  • September 2022 – January 2023

OR

  • February 2023 – May 2023

Open for:

  • 1-2 piano students

Module for students currently studying for a bachelor, master’s or third cycle degree.

Content:

  • Opera coaching
  • Score reading
  • Singing lessons
  • Practice of opera coaching in several projects of the vocal department (participating and accompanying masterclasses, projects, lessons, stage- productions)
  • Construction of a target opera repertoire
  • Phonetics and operatic diction (French, English, German, Italian, Russian)
  • Knowledge of the international operatic world
  • Masterclass
  • Individual follow-up and personalised advice

Full methodology program concerning the preparation of opera professional coaching for pianists. Individual teaching with full recognition of the artistic potential and possibilities of each student in agreement with the international professional context.

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module:

  • James Alexander (opera coaching)
  • Nina Uhari, Réginald Le Reun (practice of opera coaching)
  • Sacha Michon, Barbara Zanicchelli, Florence Millon-Krattenmacher (Phonetics and operatic diction)
  • Sacha Michon (Singing lessons)
  • Vincent Theyenaz, Celine Latour (Scores reading)

Possible extras:

  • Preparation of an entire role from opera repertoire, Nina Uhari, Graham Lilly
  • Grotowski’s Actor Training, Marc Mayoraz
  • Masterclasses and seminars
  • Conducting sessions, Celso Antunes
  • Chamber music (with singers), Guy-Michel Caillat
  • Baroque opera coaching (maestro al cembalo), Leonardo Garcia Alarcon

24 ECTS

100 hours

Entrance examination: Requiered repertoire: Contact the Dean: marcin.habela@hemge.ch

Description of the final examination:

  • Progress examination

Total expenses of the EOA module per student and what is included/ excluded in this price:

  • Full time module: free for students in Erasmus Programme (Swiss Mobility Programme)

Communication language: English and French

GEN 3. Audition training

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023

September 2022– January 2023

Open for:

1-3 vocal students

Content:

  • Strategy of auditioning
  • Career strategy
  • Construction of a target repertoire according to the purpose of the auditions
  • Vocal technique and style coaching
  • Phonetics and operatic diction
  • Preparation of the auditions
  • Knowledge of the international operatic world
  • Simulation of the auditions
  • Masterclass
  • Training for participation in Vocal Competitions
  • Auditions for Swiss and International professional partners
  • Individual follow-up and personalised advice

Full methodology program concerning the preparation of all kind of auditions for Opera Houses, Agencies, Opera Studios, etc. Individual teaching with full recognition of the artistic potential and possibilities of each student in agreement with the international professional context.

Meetings with the recognised personalities of the operatic world and auditions for Swiss and international professional partners.

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module:

  • Marcin Habela (career strategy)
  • Nina Uhari, Réginald Le Reun (preparation of the auditions and style coaching)
  • Florence Million-Krattenmacher, Melody Louledjian (methodology of the auditioning)
  • Sacha Michon (phonetics and operatic diction)

Vocal technique and style coaching: students choose one of the Vocal Department professors: Alexander Mayr, Maria Diaconu, Jeanne Roth, Stuart Patterson, Marcin Habela, Clémence Tilquin, …

Possible extras:

  • Preparation of an entire role from opera repertoire: Nina Uhari.
  • Grotowski’s Actor Training, Marc Mayoraz.
  • Masterclass and seminars
  • Chamber music

24  ECTS

100 hours

Entrance examination: Required repertoire

  • 4 different pieces from the international operatic repertoire

Description of the final examination:

  • Progress examination
  • Final simulation of the auditions

Total expenses of the EOA module per student and what is included/ excluded in this price:

  • Full time module: free for students in Erasmus Programme (Swiss Mobility Programme)

Communication language: English and French

FLO 2. The Maestro Collaboratore (Vocal coach)

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023:

  • January 23, 2023 – April 30, 2023

Meet the Italian Belcanto tradition in the town that hosted the first operatic creation. An all-Italian experience on the operatic repertoire from Baroque to Verdi and Puccini. Piano accompanying lesson on style and technique, repertoire study with vocal coaches, Italian language and diction class, Opera class with acting and staging seminars, final concert with semi-staged performance of full operatic scenes.

Study repertoire:

  1. Two Opera vocal scores in Italian, from Mozart to Puccini
  2. A group arias in Italian, including recitativos and/or cabalettas, if present
  3. A group of Italian Art songs

Participants:

Pianist / vocal coach

Specialty of this module in comparison with other courses in Europe:

We give the participants the possibility to develop their skills as a vocal coach (maestro collaboratore). Our teachers and coaches have a long experience in the tuition of international students, as in our Vocal studies Faculty more than 50% of students are from all the continents. Being in Firenze (Dante’s home town) allows you to absorb the good “reference” Italian diction directly from the people you will meet in the street, as the Florentine language is the basis of the modern Italian language.

Name(s) of the professor(s):

  • Piano and Vocal Coaching Teachers: Andrea Severi, Antonella Bellettini, Ulla Casalini, Anna Toccafondi, Elisabetta Sepe, Daniela Freschi, Marco Bargagna, Elisabetta Sepe
  • History of Opera: Guglielmo Pianigiani
  • Art song practise/ Italian diction for coaches: Leonardo De Lisi

Possible extras:

  • Masterclass with renown singers and opera
  • Free entrance to rehearsals at Teatro del Maggio Musicale
  • A short programme (incl. city tour) concentrating on special ‘musical’ aspects of the city: Palazzo Pitti (where the first opera ever was staged in 1600, Peri’s “L’Euridice”), Accademia Bartolomeo Cristofori (historic pianos), Museo degli Uffizi, Galleria dell’Accademia,

Minimum and maximum number of EOA students: 1/6

Number of teaching / production hours: Up to 20 hours/week

 

 

Number of ECTS within master:

3 months Module will award 24 ECTS

  • “Piano accompaniment lessons” 1-to-1 6 ECTS
  • “Repertoire practice lessons” 1-to1 3 ECTS
  • “Conducting techniques for opera coaches” 3 ECTS
  • “Italian Diction for singers/coaches” 3 ECTS
  • “History of Opera” 3 ECTS
  • “Art song practise” 6 ECTS

Students from the Academies partners of the EOA consortium will be able to participate with an Erasmus grant for studies or traineeship without any tuition fee.

Participants from any other academy will have to pay a 602,85 enrolment and tuition fee (contract students) before the beginning of the module.

Entrance examination:

Before April 15, 2022, by email erasmus@consfi.it only:

  1. Please, send a link to a recent performance of yours (from not more than 1 year ago) including at least:
  • ONE piano solo piece of free choice or TWO Lieder (or Art Songs) accompanying a singer
  • ONE operatic aria or scene, accompanying a singer
  1. A brief curriculum and a complete list of studied operatic vocal score in Italian (only word or pdf file, please, or link to personal artistic website)

By May 15, 2021, candidates will receive a response about selection. If successfully selected, students will be required to confirm their choice before June 30.

Description of the final Examination:

  • Module: Semi-staged operatic scenes and recital with arias/songs in public concerts at the end of the module
  • Erasmus mobility : each class will award a note of evaluation by the teacher and ECTs

Teaching language/ Required level of language:

  • Italian (main)
  • English (secondary)
  • We require that EOA students have a minimum B1 Italian language level.

Total expenses of the EOA module per student and what is included / excluded in this price:

Erasmus mobility: no tuition fee

ONLY Erasmus mobilities for studies or traineeship from EOA partners will be accepted

Contact person:

Prof. Leonardo De Lisi

e-mail: erasmus@consfi.it

VAL 3. Repetiteur training (pianists)

(Title to be announced)

 

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023:

  • From 9th January 2023 to 7th May 2023 (Easter holidays from 6th to 17th April 2023)

Description of the EOA module:

  • Specific training as repetiteur working in the preparation of a fully staged opera production (title to be announced).
  • This includes:
  • Vocal coaching
  • Attending individual voice lessons of the cast
  • Language coaching
  • Musical rehearsals with the conductor and singers
  • Scenic rehearsals with the stage director, conductor and singers
  • Chorus rehearsals with the chorus conductor

 

Specialty of this module in comparison with other courses:

Valencia is a major cultural centre and encourages immersion into the professional opera and music scene:  Palau de les Arts Opera House, concerts and presentations by major international musicians,..

In addition, there are many events and festivals throughout the year (i.e. Las Fallas). With a rich history in modern architectural masterpieces (City of Arts and Sciences), Valencia’s deep, multicultural roots, cosmopolitan flavour, and warm climate to make it a true Mediterranean gem.

Also, Valencia is one of Spain’s (and Europe’s) most affordable cities for student accommodation.

Names of the professors of this module:

  • Singing: Gloria Fabuel, Carlos López Galarza, Pilar Moral, Amparo Quevedo, Ofelia Sala, Charo Vallés
  • Opera coaches: Laïla Barnat, Carles Budó, Pablo García-Berlanga, Adrià Gràcia, Diego Sánchez, Miquel Carbonell, Franscesc Gamón
  • Conductor: Jesús Cantos, Juan Pablo Hellín
  • Stage director: Jaume Martorell, Araceli Bergillos

 

Possible extras beside the module

  • Masterclasses
  • Concerts at different venues in Valencia
  • Opera sofa: Performance of opera highlights
  • Attending opera performances at Palau de les Arts
  • Exchange and collaboration with other students of the Conservatory working on the same production.

Minimum and maximum number of EOA students

  • Minimum 1 student
  • Maximum 3 students

Number of teaching/production hours of the EOA module:

Teaching: The first 9 weeks

  • Working with the singing teachers
  • Working with the opera coaches
  • Working with the conductor and vocal coaches
  • Working with the stage director and vocal coaches

Production: The following 4 weeks

  • Ensemble rehearsals with the singers and conductor
  • Ensemble rehearsals with the singers and stage director

 

Number of ECTS within master accreditation:

25 ECTS

Entrance examination:

Contact the coordinator:

Charo Vallés

master.opera@csmvalencia.es

The materials to submit with your application are:

  • CV
  • Repertoire
  • Two Videos (it can be a link to YouTube or any other platform)

 

Deadline:

  • First: May 31st 2022
  • Second: September 15th 2022

The results for the applications of all the Full-staged opera production modules will be communicated to the candidates only by the end of September 2022.

Description of the final Examination:

Public performance; permanent artistic evaluation

 

Teaching language:

Spanish, English, Italian, French and German

Total expenses of the EOA module per student and what is included/excluded in this price:

  • Free for students in Erasmus Programme
  • Module is available within an Erasmus exchange

Students must provide their own accommodation, meals and traveling costs.

OSL 2. Audition training

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023:

March 15th – June 15th, 2023

Content:

During this module we will focus on audition training and the challenges that comes with this. We will arrange several audition training activities with feedback from a jury.

We will also focus on mental training – how to deal with stress and nervousness, and we will talk about the opera business in general:

  • how to write a professional CV
  • what repertoire to sing
  • how to get an agency
  • career strategy
  • masterclass

We also provide acting classes in how to move and act on stage

Label:

  • Audition training

Name(s) of the professor(s):

  • Mental training : Nils-Harald Sødal and Kari Anne Bjerkestrand
  • Acting: Jacopo Spirei, Stephen Hutton, Birgit Nordby and Nina-Lill Svendsen
  • Vocal coaching: Solveig Kringlebotn, Toril Carlsen Magnus Staveland and Ole Jørgen Kristiansen
  • Musical coaching: Olesya Tutova, Luca De Marchi and Markus Kvits
  • Italian language: Margherita Podesta Heir

Open for:

1-2 singers

Number of teaching / production hours of the EOA module:

  • 120

Number of ECTS:

  • In total 24 ECTS credits

Description of the final examination:

  • Audition

Entrance examination:

  • CV
  • Repertoire
  • Two videos (it can be a link of YouTube or any other platform)
  • Deadline: December 1st, 2022

Total expenses of the EOA module per student and what is included / excluded in this price

  • Module is available within an Erasmus exchange (SMS or SMP).

MAA 1. Take the chance to shine on stage: Performing a role in a staged opera

Period of the EOA module in 2022-2023:

January/February/March 2023

Perform a leading role in a staged opera with ensemble.

The title chosen by Conservatorium Maastricht for their 2023 opera production will be Le nozze di Figaro. 

Open for:

1 or 2 singers from the EOA can participate, next to our own singing and acting students.

The coaching includes:

  • working with a (professional) conductor
  • a professional stage director
  • individual vocal coaching on style, interpretation and applied technique by our vocal staff.
  • First 6 weeks include 15 hours of training by main subject teachers and opera coach.
  • Next 6 weeks working on the production

The module will conclude with 4 fully staged performances of the opera, accompanied by the ensemble of the Maastricht Conservatorium, in collaboration with Opera Zuid.

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module:

  • Conductor: To be announced
  • Stage Director: To be announced
  • Vocal coaches: Yvonne Schiffelers, Susanne Schimmack, Axel Everaert.

In addition, an interactive workshop dealing with artistic entrepreneurship, self- promotion via social media and branding will be offered. This will give young artists the tools and skills to develop their artistic careers and to bring classical music to the core of society.

Application:

Via application form in EOA website. Keep in mind you will need to include:

  • CV
  • Repertoire
  • Videos
  • Keep in mind that you can apply with your own repertoire.
  • Deadline:
    • 15th April 2022
    • 15th September 2022

Final Examination:

Permanent Artistic Evaluation + Public performance

The results for the applications of all the Full-staged opera production modules will be communicated to the candidates only by the end of September 2022.

HAM 1. Singing and acting, German/Italian Repertoire

Period of the EOA module in 2021-2022

  • October 2022 – March 2023 (winter semester)
  • April 2023 – July 2023 (summer semester)

Open for:

1-3 vocal students

Content:

  • German Repertoire (Lortzing – Morzart – Wagner) and Italian Repertoire (Monteverdi – Mozart –  Bellini)
  • Role studies, ensemble studies; work on recitatives, accurate understanding of texts and sheet music, discussion of style and musical Gestus (gestures / attitude).
  • Theatrical and musical performance
  • Phonetics, dialogue training

A small production takes place at the theatre of the Musikhochschule at the end of the winter semester.

At the end of the summer semester, a big opera production is staged with a professional orchestra and conductor, with a total of 9 performances at the academy’s own theatre (450 seats)

The subject of theatrical and musical performance is taught jointly by the theatrical performance lecturer and the lecturer for role studies. Exchange of views on key issues in music and staging. Interpretation of roles (character development), physical training.

Name(s) of the professor(s) of this module:

  • Prof. Willem Wentzel (Head of Music)
  • Prof. Siegfried Schawab (German Repertoire)
  • Fausto Nardi (Italian Repertoire)

Possible extras:

  • Possible participation in modern music theatre productions
  • A course in MusikTheaterRegie (MTR, music theatre direction)
  • Exchange and collaboration with MTR students

9-14 teaching hours per week

20ECT (Aprox.)

Description of the final examination:

  • Theatrical-musical performance of two music theatre scenes (aria and ensemble)
  • Participation in opera production

Communication languages GE/ EN