Un evento speciale per appassionati e professionisti del musical, una due giorni per imparare dai grandi professionisti del West End ad affrontare al meglio un'audizione a livello internazionale.
Iscriviti subito alla masterclass di Leontine Hass e Bob Broad!
Per la prima volta a Roma, Leontine Hass, vocal coach, attrice e direttrice degli Associated Studios Ltd. di Londra, dirigerà una due giorni intensiva di perfezionamento per giovani performer con particolare attenzione alle audizioni in ambito internazionale. Al suo fianco ci sarà Bob Broad, musical director e compositore. Leggi la brochure per conoscere questi due grandi professionisti del West End.
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Hotel Villa Eur Piazzale Marcellino Champagnat, 2, 00144 - Roma
VENERDI' 9 GIUGNO
Ore 9:30 Check-in partecipanti
Ore 10:00 Introduzione e inizio masterclass: Vocal Technique
Ore 13:00 Pranzo*
Ore 14:00 Musical Theatre Repertoire and Performance Class
Ore 18:00 Conclusione
SABATO 10 GIUGNO
Ore 10:00 Vocal Technique and solving vocal challenges in songs
Ore 13:00 Pranzo*
Ore 14:00 Acting through song and Audition Technique
Ore 17:30 Q&A with topics including: Musical Theatre in London, the kife of a Musical Theatre Artist, Auditions and Castings, How to survive the industry, CVs and publicity materials,
*Pranzo e alloggi disponibili a prezzo speciale per i partecipanti. Contattaci per maggiori info.
Cosa dovranno preparare i partecipanti?
• Please bring at least two contrasting Musical Theatre songs which you know by memory and which are cut to audition length (3mins max). Make sure the sheet music is taped and clearly marked. Please bring your Audition Repertoire Folder. If you do not have this please bring two folders. One folder contains songs you know well and can sing from memory. The other contains songs which are work in progress.
• Please bring a list of 3 parts in Musicals which you believe to be your casting.
Repertoire NOT allowed: Please do not bring any songs from Les Miserables or Wicked.
A Guide to Performance Classes
Singers must be well presented for these classes. Smart/casual. The dress code should be the same as it would be for an audition. You should be able to move in what you wear. Not too tight, not too short and not hanging too low. No Ugg boots please. “Girls - don’t wear anything that you feel the need to pull down all the time, and boys - don’t wear anything that you feel the need to pull up all the time”. That should cover it.
NB: Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the start of these classes to ensure we can begin on time.
We highly recommend that you have a portfolio of at least 6 songs that you have practiced to performance standard for use in the Singers’ Performance Classes. You will be expected to introduce your song before you sing it. You need to be able to explain your choice of song, and talk a little about the context of the song; how it fits into the show, previous circumstances of the character, and at what point in the character’s journey this moment takes place. Any information about the composer/lyricist and the history of the production is valuable. Repertoire is to be sung from memory.In each Singers Class you will work on vocal technique, along with how you deliver the song in terms of acting, physicality, storytelling, honesty, etc. You should explore a wide range of repertoire, in order to build up a solid and varied portfolio of audition songs.Performance Classes will focus on getting you ready for auditions. In professional auditions you will be expected to bring in a choice of two songs in the ‘style’ of a particular show, but not from the show. For example, if the class is a mock audition for ‘Oklahoma’, you could bring in a Rogers and Hammerstein song from another show, or a legit song in a similar style.
A Repertoire Guide for Musical Theatre Auditions:
Some composer territory you should cover (2 songs in each category):
Andrew Lloyd Webber, Maury Yeston
Claude-Michel Schönberg & Alain Boublil, Michel Legrand
Guettel, JRB, Scott Alan, Jonathan Reid-Gealt
Great American Songbook; Gershwin, Berlin, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Porter
Cy Coleman, Jerry Herman, Frank Loesser
Stephen Schwartz (as Composer), Alan Menken, Flaherty & Ahrens, Maltby & Shire
Bernstein, Lehár, Gilbert & Sullivan, Novello, Coward, Herbert
Essential Repertoire List (if you have one song in each category below this will cover most auditions):
A Rock Ballad
A 60’s song
A contemporary pop song which works with the piano
A Rogers & Hammerstein/ Rogers & Hart song
A Cole Porter/ Gershwin/ Jerome Kern song
A Sondheim song
A Comedy song
A Gilbert & Sullivan/ Light Opera song
An audition song suitable for Les Mis/ Miss Saigon (similar emotional territory and a song which shows similar voice qualities)
A good ‘up-tempo’ song
A Disney song
A Broadway song; Sweet Charity/ Chicago etc
An unusual song that reflects your personality, which you love, and shows what you like to show about yourself.