Waapa International Art Song Academy 2017

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Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) says
Accompanist and coach par excellence Dr Graham Johnson returns to the WAAPA International Art Song Academy to lead masterclasses on the songs of Hugo Wolf and Franz Schubert. This year WAAPA is delighted to welcome internationally renowned tenor Dennis O’Neill CBE, a noted exponent of the music of Giuseppe Verdi, who lends his expertise in the performance of Italian songs. O’Neill’s vast knowledge of Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi and more was gathered on the great operatic and concert hall stages of the world. Singers and pianists are invited to apply to be active participants. Teachers, students and music lovers of all kinds are welcome to attend as observers. This year’s Academy will feature ancillary classes in movement and performance psychology for participants and observers alike. To register your interest or for further information visit the WAAPA website www.waapa.ecu.edu.au/artsong

Patrons:
Dr Graham Johnson OBE
Sir Thomas Allen CBE

Master Teachers:
Dr Graham Johnson OBE
Dennis O'Neill CBE

Venue:
WAAPA, Edith Cowan University
Building 1, ECU Mount Lawley Campus
West Australia

Dates:
WAAPA Junior Art Song Academy Monday 10 July – Wednesday 12 July
WAAPA International Art Song Academy Tuesday 11 July – Sunday 16 July

Concerts:
WAAPA Junior Art Song Academy Showcase Concert, Wednesday 12 July, 7:30pm (WAAPA Music Auditorium)
WAAPA International Art Song Academy Participant Showcase, Saturday 15 July, 7:30pm (WAAPA Music Auditorium)
WAAPA International Art Song Academy Gala Concert, Sunday 16 July, 4pm (Government House Ballroom)

To register as a Participant, visit www.waapa.ecu.edu.au/artsong (registrations close Monday 13 March)
Observers may also register through the website.

To purchase tickets for the concerts, bookings for concerts open:
Friends 4 April
Public 11 April

Ticket prices vary. Call the WAAPA Box Office on 9370 6895
www.waapa.ecu.edu.au/artsong
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By: Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)