Par Olivier Bernager. En voilà une belle initiative : retransmettre en live les trois masterclasses de Joyce di Donato dans la salle mythique de Carnegie Hall. Mozart et Haendel au rendez-vous de ces séances de travail qui, on l’espère, ne seront pas trop  surjouée en raison des caméras et du lieu si impressionnant. Les étudiants sont d’un superbe niveau, ils s’appellent Alison King (soprano), Narea Son (mezzo-soprano), Kaylegh Decker (mezzo-soprano) et Gerard Schneider (ténor). Ils viennent d’Allemagne et d’Angleterre. Merveilleuse Chérubin (Les Noces de Figaro), bouleversante Adalgise (Norma), elle saura transmettre la musique autant que le théâtre. A ne pas manquer…

Première masterclass : samedi 21 à 20h00 (heure française)

à suivre sur medici.tv en direct et en replay.

As part of her Perspectives residency, mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato mentors four young opera singers over the course of three days, rehearsing solos and duets in Carnegie Hall’s Judith and Burton Resnick Education Wing. The singers will alternately work on operatic arias, including masterpieces by Mozart (Don GiovanniLa Clemenza di TitoLe Nozze di Figaro) and Handel (SerseGiulio Cesare).
 
The four participants are soprano Alison King, soprano Narea Son, mezzo-soprano Kayleigh Decker, and tenor Gerard Schneider. Ms. King is a recent graduate of the Yale Opera Studio. Ms. Son is currently working toward her master’s degree in opera at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg. Ms. Decker is in her third year of study at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music. Mr. Schneider is currently a trainee at the National Opera Studio sponsored by the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
 
Workshops and master classes are offered through Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute. These artist-training opportunities provide unique opportunities for young professional musicians to explore many aspects of musical life. Participants delve into repertoire and gain insight and tools to nurture their artistic vision by working alongside the highest-caliber artists, and they learn ways to communicate and connect with audiences, building a sense of community to last throughout their careers.
 
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