An intensive Workshop on Vocal Production and Interpretation for Live Stage Performance for musical theater actors to be conducted by musical director, vocal coach, composer, pianist and educator from New York Carmela Sinco. The Workshop module will be conducted in the manner of a masterclass and will focus on each of the particular abilities of 15 individual participants who will receive intensive training on vocal production and interpretation for live stage performance. The participants may choose to focus on songs sung in musicals, operas, and/or art songs. The Workshop will end with a Culminating Program on May 1, 2016.
Deadline for submission of applications is on April 19, 2016.
To download Workshop guidelines for Vocal Production and Interpretation for Live Stage Performance for CCP Website click here.
To download application form click here.
ABOUT THE RESOURCE PERSON:
Ms. Carmela Sinco has a Master of Arts in Music Theory and Composition (New York University), a Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance (University of Hawaii) and years of private studies with composers and pianists (solo and collaborative) in New York City, Hawaii and Europe. She has worked in various musical theater and operatic productions, cabaret and vocal concerts in Europe, Asia and in the USA.
As a composer, her credits include having composed and produced the music for documentary film and television series aired on PBS, CUNY TV, various local stations and film festivals in the USA and abroad. She has also composed works on commission by musicians of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Her one-act opera, Raya and Sag-In, with music, story and libretto by Ms. Sinco, had its world premiere production in NYC in 2009. As an educator, Ms. Sinco has worked with students of all levels and ages privately, semi-privately and in classes throughout the tri-state area, addressing her students’ goals and aspirations be they professional or simply for enjoyment and fun.
As a pianist, her performances have taken her around the US and across borders into Europe, Asia and Africa playing in music festivals and other concerts and events. As a music director, band leader, orchestrator, music arranger and keyboardist, she has worked with modern music production companies and off-Broadway productions in New York City. Experiencing New York City and all its music activity, she has also been keyboardist and vocalist for various independent original rock and funk bands performing in the New York City and New Jersey club scenes.
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