AEDO, the Accademia Europea Dell’Opera, is a uniquely focused European opera experience that takes place in Lucca, Italy and was created in collaboration between Western University Canada, Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini, is centered on the preparation, creation, and performance of full operatic roles.
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Schubert’s art song triumph, Winterreise will be performed by Daniel Lichti, baritone, and the Penderecki String Quartet. The same artists recently performed Winterreise to a sell-out audience at the 2019 Elora Festival.
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Daniel Lichti, Associate Professor Emeritus Faculty of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University, is presenting three masterclasses in Lieder, English Art Song and French Art Song.
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We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study of how singers think about and relate to their voices. Participants must meet the following criteria:
- Between ages 22-35
- Have received a degree in voice (undergraduate or higher) at a university in Canada or the United States
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Open to performers ages 14 to 18
Join young singers from across North America in this unique and immersive learning experience. Leading professionals and music educators provide daily lessons and coaching, as well as classes in acting, movement, diction, and musicianship skills. Students are encouraged to apply for one or both sessions.
In an intensive, yet supportive, environment, students will experience life in a Musical School Program, further enhancing their studies with their teacher.
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COSI is offering a two-week, non-performance training program, July 1-15. No audition video is necessary and the application deadline has been extended to Monday, Feb. 18th.
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VIVA! is a diverse and vibrant community of educators and singers dedicated to innovative choral music education and an excellent standard of performance. At the forefront of our organization is a commitment to equity, and we are proud to offer unique formal programs in Inclusion through our TD Inclusion Program, and Leadership and Mentoring of aspiring educators. Members of our administrative and educational team work closely together to support our singers, ages 4 through adults.
Founded in 2000, VIVA! Youth Singers has grown from two to six choirs at present. Recognized for beautiful singing and the opportunity for creation/composition opportunities, VIVA’s singers thrive by building a sense of community and friendship while fostering strong skills through individual vocal coaching, theory instruction, and touring opportunities.
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