August 22 - September 1, 2017

Musikakademie

Schloss Weikersheim

97990  Weikersheim

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INSTRUCTORS


Hedwig Fassbender

Fassbender

Hedwig Fassbender, Frankfurt:
Voice Technique, Style of German Repertoire


Languages of Instruction: German, English, French and Italian
German mezzo-soprano Hedwig Fassbender has sustained an international career of over thirty years. Beginning her career with lyric mezzo roles, she is now frequently engaged as Kostelnicka in Jenufa, Herodias in Salome, Babuschka in Igrok... She has been heard in houses in Berlin, Hamburg, Paris, Wien, Mailand, Oslo, Lyon, Bordeaux, and many others. Some conductors with whom she has collaborated include Riccardo Chailly, Donald Runnicles, Armin Jordan, Kirill Petrenko, Adam Fischer, Vladimir Jurowski, Iván Fischer, Kazushi Ono, Karen Kamensek, and Sebastian Weigle. Stage directors: Harry Kupfer, Herbert Wernicke, Robert Carsen, Willy Decker, Laurent Pelly, Nicolas Brieger, Peter Stein, to name a few.

Since 1999, Hedwig Fassbender has lead a voice studio at the Conservatory of Musik and Performing Arts in Frankfurt am Main. She has trained many promising young singers of the current generation. Such singers include Björn Bürger, Kateryna Kasper, Sebastian Kohlhepp, Katharina Magiera, Ruzan Mantashyan, Sofia Pavone, Maren Favela, Esther Dierkes, Jana Baumeister, Gurgen Baveyan, Stine Fischer... She has been invited to work with the Opera Studios in Paris, Zürich, Moscow, Hannover... Many singers hold her professional counsel in high esteem.




INSTRUCTORS


Fausto Nardi

Nardi

Fausto Nardi, Florence:
Style of Mozart and the Baroque, Aria and Recitative Coaching


Languages of instruction: Italian, German, Spanish and English
Fausto Nardi studied in Florence, the city of his birth, and at the Hanns Eisler Conservatory in Berlin. His concentrations included piano, conducting, and composition. He began his career with assistance engagements with Claudio Abbado with the Lucern Festival Orchestra, with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, and with Sebastian Weigle, Friedrich Haider and Marco Armilato. In the last few years, he has increasingly concentrated on the opera repertoire of the baroque and classical periods. He has conducted performances of works of Händel, Monteverdi and Gluck at South Carolina University, at the Lüneburger Heide Festival, in Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, at the Händel Festival in Karlsruhe, and at the Weilburg Palace Festival. As a guest the theater in Dortmund, he has conducted Cavalli's Eliogabalo and Monteverdi's Poppea. In 2013, he conducted Wagner's Liebesverbot at the Peralada Festival in Barcelona.

Fausto Nardi has taught vocal coaching at the conservatories in Berlin (UdK) and Frankfurt am Main. Since 2015 he has held a position as vocal coach at the HMT in Hamburg.




INSTRUCTORS


Enza Ferrari

Ferrari

Enza Ferrari, Milano:
Style of Italian Belcanto, Technique for Pianists


Languages of Instruction: Italian, English, French
Enza Ferrari is one of the worldwide most acknowledged specialists for the italian Belcanto repertoire. She obtained her diplomas in piano, composition and orchestral direction at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in her hometown Milano. She was the official accompanist of many big competitions: National Award for cello and violin "Vittorio Veneto" International Singing Competition "Toti Dal Monte" of Teatro Comunale of Treviso During the past twenty years she has collaborated with important Italian singing contests, such as Adria, Siena, Vercelli, Gorizia, plus the International Chamber Music Prize of Conegliano Veneto. She has coordinated and taught the Summer Program for young American singers organized by the EPCASO Foundation in collaboration with Pittsburgh Duquesne University.

Since 1999, Enza Ferrari coached interpretation and vocal technique in New York, and courses in performance of Italian lyrical repertoire in Madrid. In 2002 she was chosen by the Real Theater in Madrid as consultant for all Italian repertoire productions. In the 2005 she is back at the Accademy of La Scala Opera House to teach the Italian repertoire at the young pianists of the Academy. Her work and performances have been broadcasted and documented by radio and television stations in Italy, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, and Mexico. She participated at numerous Festivals in Aix-en-Provence, Edinburgh, Holland, Macau, and Italy. She works with publishing houses and record labels such as Curci, Fabbri, Ensayo, Rivo Alto, and others. She collaborated and accompanied on piano singers like Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Maria Chiara, Giovanni Furlanetto, Roberto Scandiuzzi, Giorgio Surian, Vivica Genaux, and many upcoming new talents.




INSTRUCTORS


René Massis

Massis

René Massis, Paris:
Style of French Repertoire, Career Counsel


Languages of Instruction: French, Italian, German and English
Born in Lyon, French baritone René Massis studied voice in his hometown and in Milan. During his long career, he has sung on many of Europe's stages, including those in Paris, Rome, Geneva, Milan, Lyon, Nice, Toulouse, Strasburg, Florence, Palermo, Glyndeborne, and in Frankfurt. He concentrated on roles of the Italian and French Belcanto style. Such roles have included Zurga in Les Pêcheurs de Perles, Ramiro in L’Heure Espagnole, Albert in Werther, Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Malatesta in Don Pasquale, Marcello in La Boheme, Posa in Don Carlo, Germont in La Traviata, Renato in Un Ballo in Maschera, Ford in Falstaff, and the title role in Rigoletto. In addition to the leading baritone roles of Mozart's major operas, he has been heard as Wozzeck and Eugen Onegin. During his time as artistic director of the opera house in Lyon, he also acted as career advisor to the young singers of the ensemble and of the opera studio.

Since 2007, René Massis has lead an artist agency. In addition to providing his expertise in vocal repertoire, he offers career advice to young singers, and assists them in presenting a clear artistic profile.




INSTRUCTORS


Anette Berg

Berg

Anette Berg, Cologne:
Mental Training, Performance Training


Languages of Instruction: German, English
Anette Berg was born in Oldenburg. She has studied musicology, German studies, and philosophy. She has also studied voice for many years and plays cello and piano. After beginning her career as an assistant director, she was a dramaturge and production leader at the theater in Basel, leader of the artistic management office in Bonn, schedule manager in Pforzheim, and managing director at the state theater in Kassel. From 1998-2002, she worked as an opera director on stages in Cologne, and was then elected general director of the theater in Kiel. Her artistic collaborators have included Renate Ackermann, Frank Baumbauer, Ulrich Brecht, Günter Krämer, Albrecht Puhlmann, Annegret Ritzel, Wolf Sesemann, Werner Schroeter, Herbert Wernicke, among others.

In 2009, Anette Berg launched her renowned project "Kultur kompetent coachen" (Culturally Competent Coaching). In addition to coaching artists and management, she offers a professionalization seminar "Wege in den Beruf" (Paths to the Career) for voice students. She regularly works with the conservatories in Freiburg, Frankfurt, Cologne, Berlin and Stuttgart, as well as with the opera studio and orchestra academy of the Comic Opera in Berlin.

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