The Art Song Preservation Society (ASPS) is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to preserving, revitalizing, and promoting the art song repertoire and the art song recital. We do this by providing a variety of enriching and engaging programs, services, and events that promote the education and performance of classical vocal concert repertoire.
ASPS is pleased to announce our 2017 Spring Into Art Song Festival taking place in New York City at the Manhattan School of Music! We are seeking singers as well as collaborative duos for our masterclasses. The spring event will be held from May 15-21 and will feature masterclasses and recitals with both emerging talent as well as professional artists like Mark Markham (pianist to famed American soprano, Jessye Norman), Thomas Grubb (author of Singing in French: A Manual of French Diction & French Vocal Repertoire), Thomas Muraco (Manhattan School of Music), Corradina Caporello (The Juilliard School) and Frank Daykin (author of Encyclopedia of French Song: Fauré, Debussy, Poulenc & Ravel). DON'T DELAY, APPLY TODAY!
The Art Song Preservation Society’s website: www.artsongpreservationsocietyny.org