Daily rehearsals with conductor and orchestra Individual voice lessons and coaching Leading International Faculty Understand conductor’s demands Diction coaching Prepare your roles for professional stage in a supportive environment Video recordings from the concerts Collaborate with conducting students Lectures and Master Classes Final concerts
Daily podium time Video recordings from all rehearsals and the final concert Daily recording review and discussion Internationally recognized faculty Work on Operatic Repertoire Score analysis and conducting technique Professional orchestra Conducting Opera Singers Lectures and Master Classes Personal consultation Final concert
Daily meeting with coaching faculty Daily group meetings on operatic score preparation Sessions with conducting students, singers and faculty Daily observation of vocal coaching sessions as well as practical experience Lectures and Master Classes Personal consultations Final public concerts
Be prepared to be present between 10:00-5:00. All activities are on rotating principle, allowing you to have some time between classes for reviewing notes, preparation for what comes next and getting to know your new friends. We have an open door policy as we believe that we learn from one another. We greatly encourage you to use the opportunity and enter as many rehearsals/classes/lessons as you can. Observe other students' work as much as your schedule allows it.
Founded in 1851, Santa Clara University is the oldest institution of higher learning in California. The campus is surrounded by the historic Mission Santa Clara de Asis which traces its founding to 1776. The campus mirrors the Mission's architectural style, and provides a fine early example of Mission Revival Architecture.
Important for commuters: Santa Clara University is easily accessible by train, being right across the street from Santa Clara CalTrain station.
Students needing housing may reside on the campus of Santa Clara University. Please indicate if you need housing in your application.