Internationally acclaimed baritone Simon Wallfisch and pianist Charlotte Brennand lead a course dedicated to Lied and Art Song.
STANDARD: UPPER INTERMEDIATE, ADVANCED
Resident: £295 Non-Resident: £215 Code: 20/205
What is the course about?
Lieder specialist Simon Wallfisch and pianist Charlotte Brennand encourages singers and pianists to apply as duos or individuals for this exciting course aimed at celebrating the wonderful world of German Lieder and English/French Song. Each participant should prepare at least 3-4 songs in the original language by: Schubert, Schumann, Fauré, Duparc, Finzi and Vaughan Williams. We will work on interpretation, vocal production, performance technique and communication. This course is aimed at upper intermediate and higher standard of singers and pianists, enthusiastic observers are also welcome to join what promises to be a thrilling and inspiring course of musical discovery.
Tutor website: www.simonwallfisch.com
What will we cover?
We will work on interpretation, vocal production, performance technique and communication.
What will we accomplish? By the end of this course you will be able to…
Rehearse and perform comfortably as a duo.
What level is the course and do I need any particular skills?
Upper Intermediate, Advanced
How will the course be taught, and will any preparation be required?
Preparation will be required. You will work as a duo in both individual and group masterclass sessions.
Will music be provided in advance of the course?
No, participants are requested to bring their own music (3-4 songs). Helpful resources: IMSLP has a wide range of parts and scores. Benslow Music members may be able to hire the music from our library.
Is there anything I need to bring?
Just your music and yourself!
What previous participants said about this course…
“An excellent opportunity to grow as a performer and as part of a duo.”
“Really excellent; very well organised, helpful and perceptive. Simon in particular was wonderful.”
“Superb content and level of musicianship. Tutorial content especially good, with a great balance between individual tutoring sessions and group activity.”