Stage Masterclass for Opera Singers
07/09/2019 - 07/09/2019
LIBERAinCANTO is a contemporary response to a new generation of authentic and self-determined singer-actors. Nicola Beller Carbone’s teaching concept focuses explicitly on developing every singer’s richly faceted artistic expressiveness. One vital aspect of this is that the singers discover their individual emotional palette by opening their heart, body, mind and voice. This course is recommended for those who are studying and have reached the higher semester or for singers who are getting their first commissions. The first LIBERAinCANTO will take place in Castello di Postignano in July 2020.
Seven years ago, at the urging and encouragement of many young artists, Nicola Beller Carbone began to dedicate some of her time to coaching and teaching alongside her well-established and ongoing solo career in opera.
Born in Germany, and raised in Spain, the singer-actress came to the classical genre via rock, jazz, street theatre and cabaret.
Nicola Beller Carbone exhibits a particularly artistic profile in which her experiences as a dancer, instrumentalist and actress enrich her portrayal of operatic figures.
The creation of ‘LIBERAinCANTO’ is the logical progression of the workshop ‘InCantoTignano’ (2013–2018), which was initiated by Nicola Beller Carbone. It stems from the great need to create places of artistic encounter. The opera business is increasingly demanding more than just musical and vocal talent; singers must now master acting and the creative dimension to equal measure. The job of a singer is associated with many clichés and the pressure of expectation. Paradoxically, however, one key requirement in order to even survive in this field is that singers can develop and maintain their very own artistic voice.
Artistic director of LIBERAinCANTO, Nicola Beller Carbone, will be working alongside some of the top international professionals in opera today: Paul Curran, Stage Director. Ulla Casalini, Répétiteur. Beatrice Bartoli, Répétiteur
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