Utah Opera Resident Artist Program - Application Deadline Friday, October 28! Utah Opera's Resident Artist Program for singers and pianists provides an integral step between graduate studies and a career. Participants spend nine months on a paid residency with Utah Opera developing professional skills through mainstage performances with Utah Opera and Utah Symphony, coachings, workshops, yoga, and masterclass sessions. Resident Artists also travel throughout the state to perform in-school presentations and teach students about the art of opera. Join us to take advantage of our outstanding performance and training opportunities in one of the most spectacular settings in North America!
MAI is an Internationally renowned young artist performance festival in Italy. Young artists perform leading roles with orchestra and work with world-class directors, conductors, and Master Teachers. The focus is on professional development and ‘training through performance’. Training includes Master Classes, Staged Opera, Voice Lessons, Vocal Coaching, Language Classes, Dramatic Interpretation, Artist Management Consultations & Auditions. 2017 Productions include DON GIOVANNI, TURN OF THE SCREW, RINALDO, and LES CONTES D'HOFFMANN. Faculty are from the Metropolitan Opera, English National Opera, Paris Opera, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Manhattan School of Music, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and the Dutch National Opera Academy.
WAGNERIAN/DRAMATIC SINGERS! The Miami Wagner Institute is an elite tuition-free Young Artist Program and the first of it’s kind for dramatic/lyric-in-transition singers led by pre-eminent Wagnerian performers, educators and specialists including Christine Brewer, Alan Held and Kathleen Kelly. This program aims to provide much-needed training and professional-level performance opportunities for the unique demands of the dramatic singer. Last summer's inaugural Miami Wagner Institute premiered to rave reviews, "words fall short to praise this presentation” (EL NUEVO HERALD), culminating in a sold-out performance at the New World Center with Christine Goerke and Alan Held, joined by Young Artist soloists and the MMF Symphony Orchestra.
Don't miss the opportunity to audition for Opera Theater of Pittsburgh's Young Artist Program! All who apply are guaranteed a live audition. JUST ADDED! "An Evening of Rodgers and Hammerstein" and Mozart scenes featuring our Young Artists! Solo roles, concerts, recitals, masterclasses, private lessons, and coachings form the basis of one of the most extensive and individualized Young Artist programs in the country. Work with and perform along side world-class faculty from the Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden, Deutsche Oper Berlin, New York City Opera, and San Francisco Opera. Auditions November 6-December 3, 2016! Deadlines vary by city.
Last Chance to apply for Pittsburgh Opera’s 2017-2018 Resident Artist Program Auditions!! All voice parts encouraged to apply! Application Deadline is October 14! Resident Artist opportunities may include: Perform principal and/or comprimario roles in mainstage productions; Cover principal roles; Perform auditions for artist managers and opera companies; Perform art song recitals; Perform principal roles in fully-staged Resident Artist productions; Perform throughout the region to promote Pittsburgh Opera; Receive individual coaching from Opera music staff; participate in master classes; Concerts with Pittsburgh Symphony, Chatham Baroque, Erie Philharmonic 2017-2018 Audition Information can be found at http://www.pittsburghopera.org/resident-artists/auditions
GET CONNECTED with COSI (Centre for Opera Studies in Italy)'s "Extraordinary Opera Training!" www.co-si.com $20 Early Bird Deadline - October 12th. $40 Application Deadline for Recorded Auditions: Sunday, Nov. 27th, 2016. We are excited to announce auditions for our productions of Don Giovanni, Suor Angelica, L'Elisir d'Amore, our oratorio, Dvorák's "Stabat Mater," our Opera Scenes: works by Mozart, Gluck, and our upcoming premiere of Dean Burry's "Pygmalion." COSI opens professional gateways for singers, pianists, and intern stage directors, conductors (opera/opera chorus), and production directors. Our Internationally expert opera artist-educators help you make all the difference. Claim your turning point to your best skills, your best artistry, and your best future.
Apply now for the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme and become a young artist in 2017! Applications close on Monday 7 November at 4pm GMT! The programme looks to bridge the gap for young artists between study and professional life. Young artists from all over the world are welcome to apply through our online audition platform Acceptd. The Britten–Pears Young Artist Programme was founded over 40 years ago by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears to provide high-level performance training for the world’s best emerging professional musicians. Residential projects and masterclasses take place throughout the year in the beautiful surroundings of the Suffolk coast where Britten lived and worked. There are no course fees charged to BPYAP participants. Additionally, we cover return travel from London to Aldeburgh, most international travel, accommodation in Aldeburgh and lunches on working days. For more detailed information on our Programme visit www.aldeburgh.co.uk/bpp
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