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© Vincent Beaume
with Martin Lloyd Evans and Elizabeth Rowe
16 - 20 April 2018
Excellence in recitative needs much work on detail and understanding of moving the story forward.
The conversational quality yet the wealth of interpretation options are learned by good coaching, repetition and attention to structure.
With guest music director, British opera stage director, Martin Lloyd-Evans and coach Elizabeth Rowe, work with singers will be concentrated on the importance of “knowing and understanding the content of the lines” and “how to bring them to life”. The recitatives lead into ensembles; all of which will be semi-staged for performance.
The workshop which will be mainly focused on Mozart’s opera on Da Ponte’s libretti. It will last for 5 days and it will involve 10 to 12 singers, 2 pianists and 2 stage directors.
This workshop is part of a three workshops cycle on Mozart.
>> 4-11 December 2017 / Discover the workshop Don Giovanni by Ruggero Raimondi at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía
>> 11-23 June 2018 / Discover the workshop with Susanna Eken at the Académie du Festival d’Aix
- the artist must be connected to one of the 13 enoa member institutions
- the artist must contact his/her sending institution, which decides if they recommend his/her application
- the hosting institution confirms the list of participants after the registration deadline
- the network assumes the responsibility for the training fees, the costs of accommodation and travel (fully or partly according to each institution’s internal rules)
- per-diem are paid or not according to each institution’s internal rules
Public Performances: A final semi-staged performance
Subscription's deadline: 1st February 2018
Quota: 7 enoa participants & 7 participants selected by the hosting organisation.
Arrival date: 15th of April 2018
Departure date: 21st of April 2018
Tessitura: singers of all voices, pianists and stage directors
Programme to prepare: Will be precisely confirmed after the selection and it will include Mozart operas written by Lorenzo da Ponte: Le Nozze di Figaro (1786), Don Giovanni (1787) and Così fan tutte (1790)