Master Classes and Vocal Showcases
These master classes and showcases explore aspects of preparation vital to the development of young performers, under the guidance of master teachers with diverse backgrounds in stage direction, vocal coaching, conducting, and operatic and theatrical performance.
Events are held in the Opera Learning Center, on the 6th floor of the Samuel B. and David Rose Building at Lincoln Center, unless otherwise noted.
Tickets $30 general public | $28 Guild members and students
|Master Class: La Traviata
SUN FEB 26 4-5:30 PM
During the highly productive middle period of his career, Verdi created some of his most enduringly popular operas, including what might be his most beloved work: La Traviata. Join master teacher Jane Marsh as she works with young artists on the opera's two central roles, Violetta and Alfredo, examining the vocal and dramatic challenges of this masterpiece.
|Master Class: Eugene Onegin
SUN MAR 26 4-5:30 PM
In his setting of Eugene Onegin, Tchaikovsky brought sweepingly romantic melody to Pushkin's irony-tinged novel in verse. Called "Lyrical Scenes" by the composer, the opera tells the story of a bored and cynical young man who lives to regret his rash rejection of a country girl's honest love. Jane Marsh guides three singers through the musical highlights of this much-loved work.
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS: $30 general admission; $28 Guild members and students; unless otherwise noted.