Clara Schumannsaal

Thursday, 04th of August 2022

09.30 to 13.00 Topic LIFE
09.30 to 10.00 Methodology of working with young vocal talent - Anna Jeremus-Lewandowska
10.15 to 10.45 Integrated Singing Lessons. Voice training for children with special needs (infantile cerebral palsy) - Elizaveta Koroleva
10.45 to 11.15 Supporting children's voice  development: Perceptual and acoustic voice analysis after the NOVA-Vox training method - Jaros Kamil 
11.30 to 12:30Arias for young voices - four volumes with audition arias - Barbro Marklund

15.00 to 16.45 Topic LIFE
15.00 to 15.30 The adolescent brain - performance anxiety, peer pressure and personal identity -  Jenevora Williams
16.00 to 16.45 The Longevity of the Mature Female Voice - Rebecca Moseley-Morgan

16.45 to 19.30 Topic HISTORY
16.45 to 17.15 A Child in the Hole - Amy Rosine
17.15 to 17.45 Give Them Peace: The Terezín Ghetto Requiem, Czech composer Sylvie Bodorová - Timothy Renner
17.45 to 18.15 To Trill or Trillo - Andrew Schultze
18.15 to 19.00 Bel Canto als Genre-Neutrale Stimmtechnik PART 1 - Noelle Turner
19.00 to 19.30 Exploring Repertoire for the Undergraduate Lyric Tenor: A Guide to the Performance of Ten Francesco Paolo Tosti Songs - Mark Kano

Friday, the 05th of August

09.30 to 13.00 Topic HISTORY
09.30 to 10.00 I'm a baritone. What do I care about the tempo di mezzo? Understanding the musical and dramatic structure of bel canto arias - David Dillard
10.00 to 10.30 The Great Caruso’s repertoire through Mario Lanza: How one of the most celebrated tenors of the early 20th century was emulated and honored by one of the most beloved tenors of the golden age of opera - Rachel Inselman (Co: Marcus McConico)
10.30 to 11.00 Vocal Output Analysis of Unexposed European Baroque Repertoire - Mihaela Buhaiciuc
11.00 to 11.30 The Voce faringea, a forgotten Art of the Bel Canto Tenors - Alexander Mayr
11.30 to 12.30 The repertoire of Marianne Mislap-Kapper. Austrian Art-Songs of the interwar period - Judith Kopecky

15.00 to 18.15

15.00 to 15.45 Bel Canto als Genre-Neutrale Stimmtechnik PART 2 - Noelle Turner
15.45 to 16.30 How to perform cadenzas: bavkgond and interpretation - Knut Schoch
16.30 to 17.00 The Forgotten Fach: Soprano Sfogato in the 19th century - Katherine Skovira
17.00 to 17.45 Ornamentation before 1750: A "how-to" guide - Vicki St. Pierre
17.45 to 18.15 The Secret Exit: Austrian premiere - Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk

Saturday, the 06th of August

09.30 to 13.00 Topic PERFORMANCE
09.30 to 10.15 Stage Fright Challenge - a Smorgasbord of Practical Techniques - Rebecca Schwarz
10.15 to 10.45 The Effects of Virtual Reality Training in Reducing Performance Anxiety - Mark McQuade (Co: Bobbie Ticknor)