Vocal Collaborative Institute
Session 1 June 5 – June 30, 2019
Session 2 July 2 – July 28, 2019
Mozart | Magic Flute- Session 1 and 2
Mozart | Le nozze di Figaro- Session 1 and 2
Muhly | Dark Sisters- Session 1
Golijov | Ainadamar- Session 1
Monteverdi | L'incoronazione di Poppea- Session 1
Lully | Armide- Session 2
Vocal Collaborative Piano Institute
A select group of pianists will have the opportunity to participate in the Vocal Collaborative Piano Institute on full scholarship with housing. Pianists interested in gaining knowledge and experience in the operatic field as vocal coaches, accompanists, repetiteurs, assistant conductors and prompters will have the unique opportunity to study and work alongside leading professionals from the opera industry.
HIGHLIGHTS of the VOCAL COLLABORATIVE INSTITUTE:
Gain experience as a repetiteur for mainstage opera productions, auditions and masterclasses under the guidance of festival conductors and head coaches
Hands-on participation in seminars and masterclasses on topics including following a conductor, score reading, prompting, accompanying, playing for auditions, and more
Classes on practical career strategies including auditions, resume building, university teaching and networking
Instruction in languages and diction
Coaching opportunities with MMF Opera Institute singers
Up to five Vocal Collaborative pianists will be awarded Assistant Conductor fellowship positions in the MMF Opera Institute which includes a full-tuition scholarship and housing.
2019 Faculty TBD
Past 2018 Faculty
How to Apply
Please see our online YAP Tracker Applications
Applicants must be prepared to play from the repertoire listed below and may be asked to play live vocal auditions at sight. Students wishing to study in the collaborative program who are not awarded Assistant Conductor positions may still participate in the MMF Piano Institute as a Vocal Collaborative major (tuition and housing fees apply).
Collaborative pianists wishing to apply for Assistant Conductor positions for the Apprentice/Studio Program should prepare one of the following excerpts:
Vocal Colabborative Pianists should prepare two contrasting arias or selections from any of the following Operas.
Mozart- Le nozze di Figaro
Mozart- Magic Flute
Mozart- Don Giovanni
Puccini- La Boheme
* Applicants may also be asked to play live auditions at sight during one of the live audition dates.
Pianists without experience in the opera field who wish to apply to the Vocal Collaborative program as part of the Piano Institute should prepare:
One solo work of your choice
Tuition and Fees
Registration Fee $0
Application Fee $35
Non-Fellowship Position per session
Per person/double occupancy $850.00
Per person/single occupancy $1,050.00
* Additional tuition scholarships may be awarded for non-fellowship positions.
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
The Miami Music Institute admits students of any race, color, creed, sex, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, family responsibility, national origin, ancestry, handicap, or religion to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Institute. It does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs or any other Institute-administered programs
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