AUTHENTIC RUSSIAN DICTION COURSE FOR SINGERS
Beginning This October!
Registration must be completed by October 14, 2020 to participate in the October-November course. Online Courses will begin the week of October 18, 2020. See Course Schedule section below for more details!
Learn to transliterate and sing with authentic Russian diction! Taught by master teacher Vera Danchenko-Stern, this 5-week online course will guide participants through the process of transliterating, pronouncing, and singing Russian repertoire. Vera Danchenko-Stern is a Russian diction specialist with over 50 years of teaching experience. Her expert Russian diction coaching skills are in demand by world renowned institutions such as the Washington National Opera and its Cafitz Young Artist Program. She has collaborated with WNO on highly acclaimed productions of The Tsar’s Bride, Boris Godunov, The Queen of Spades, The Maiden of Orleans, and Eugene Onegin. She coached singers and the chorus for Eugene Onegin, The Honolulu Opera’s first ever production in Russian. Ms. Danchenko-Stern was also invited to work on Ivan The Terrible with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Chorus under the baton of Yuri Temirkanov.
The five-week program costs a total of $799. The Russian Chamber Art Society is happy to offer $150 scholarships to reduce the overall cost of the program to $649.
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