19 - 23 June 2023
NEW VOICE STUDIO MASTERCLASS FOR SINGERS
Facultad de Geografía e Historia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Applications are now open for this special five-day comprehensive Masterclass, in collaboration with The Instituto Complutense de Ciencias Musicales, the DIDONE Project, the Complutense University of Madrid and the European Research Council.
Lisa Paglin and Marianna Brilla
VOCAL BALANCE: FREEDOM, SPONTANEITY AND BEAUTY IN SINGING
Vocal Balance and its application to Repertoire
LA VOZ EN EL BARROCO
All aspects of Baroque style for singers
THE ARTIST ON STAGE
The art of acting while singing
About the Masterclass
The Masterclass offers a practical and organic approach to Vocal Balance Brilla-Paglin℠. It focuses on guiding singers to their own natural balance and vocal freedom. The objective of Vocal Balance is to allow singers to discover the true nature of their voices and to be themselves, to gain freedom and naturalness of face and body, and to achieve spontaneity of expression and true, simple communication in the interpretation of repertoire of all styles and eras.
The collaboration between Marianna Brilla, Lisa Paglin, Raquel Andueza and Michele Pirani is a rare opportunity to see and experience the principles of Vocal Balance applied to a variety of repertoire and in different settings.
The Masterclass is open to professional singers and to advanced and post graduate singing students from universities, music colleges, conservatories and schools.
Singers are free to choose whatever repertoire they wish to study, which may include, but is not limited to, pieces from the Baroque period.
Thanks to the DIDONE Project, each singer will also have the very unique opportunity to study and perform a piece of music (chosen on the basis of each singer’s vocal characteristics) that may not have been heard by anyone for the last 200 years!
Open to the public:
Guide to Listening : historical films and recordings of singing + Q&A.
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Este curso se enmarca en las actividades del proyecto I+D+i liderado por el Instituto Complutense de Ciencias Musicales: DIDONE. The Sources of Absolute Music: Mapping Emotions in Eighteenth-Century Italian Opera, financiado con una ERC Advanced Grant nº 788986 del European Research Council y desarrollado en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y el Instituto Complutense de Ciencias Musicales.