The first opera singing masterclass is by Cedolins and Cosso

The Italian singing school: from technique to interpretation

Opera singing masterclass by Fiorenza Cedolins and Laura Cosso

19, 20, 21, 22 February 2024 | Accademia di Musica

Deadline: 20/1/2024

The Accademia di Musica inaugurates its first masterclass aimed at perfecting the technical and interpretative aspects of the opera repertoire, through lessons and activities aimed at touching on all aspects of the singer-actor. The teachers of this new training proposal are the famous Italian soprano Fiorenza Cedolins and Laura Cosso, musicologist and director, teacher at the Milan Conservatory. The masterclass The Italian singing school: from technique to interpretation will be held from 19 to 22 February 2024 at the Accademia di Musica in Pinerolo (To) and involves a daily study commitment.

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Leading Italian soprano, teacher and artistic director, Fiorenza Cedolins was awarded the Italian Critic’s Award “Abbiati”, Spanish Critic’s Award “Campoamor”, Puccini from the Puccini Festival, among others. Protagonist in the most prestigious Opera Houses and Concert Halls with orchestra directors such as Abbado, Chailly, Chung, Gatti, Luisi, Masur, Maazel, Mehta, Muti, Oren... and stage directors such as Carsen, Cavani, De Ana, Krief, Monicelli, Montaldo, Scola, Vick, Zeffirelli, of which there is a large discography. She is a teacher for master's and bachelor's degree courses at the University “Conservatori del Liceu” in Barcelona and at the Academies Verdiana of the Teatro Regio of Parma and of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, often invited to hold masterclasses and conferences in the highest international institutions.

Musicologist and director, Laura Cosso teaches Scenic Art at the Milan Conservatory. She has numerous publications to her credit, collaborates regularly with the Teatro alla Scala and with the major musical institutions. As a director, she has staged works by Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi, Puccini, working in Italian, European and Oriental theatres.





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