Explore New Opera (A COC presentation)

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Toronto – The Canadian Opera Company invites students, ages 12-18, to see what a career in the performing arts could look like, through a new digital program slated to run during Ontario’s April Break for schools. Spring Break at the COC: Exploring New Opera offers five days of live webinars from April 12 – April 16, with daily sessions taking place from 2 – 3 p.m. ET.

Program Schedule

April 12 Music Making

Fantasma composer and COC Composer-in-Residence Ian Cusson takes participants through the genesis of the opera’s story and how this translates into his music.

April 13From the Performer’s Perspective

COC Ensemble Studio artists Matthew Cairns (tenor) and Alex Soloway (pianist) talk about what it’s like to work with a living composer, and workshopping a new role in an opera.

April 14The Real World of Props

COC Props Supervisor Wulf Higgins shares a behind-the-scenes look at how the visual world of Fantasma is created and brought to life.

April 15Creating the Character

Wig & Makeup Supervisor Sharon Ryman and Costume Supervisor Sandra Corazza give a sneak peek at two characters from Fantasma, Ms. Macaroni and Tino the Clown, as well as share some of their quick-change secrets.

April 16Staging the Show

Stage director and dramaturg Julie McIsaac speaks with music therapist Dr. SarahRose Black about her considerations in staging Fantasma, as well as her thoughts on creating an engaging experience for young people from the moment audience members walk in the door.

Date/Time
Date(s) - 12/04/2021 - 16/04/2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location
Online /En ligne

Price Range
Free (Online registration required)

Event Artists
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Phone Number
416-363-8231 (Toll Free: 1-800-250-4653)

Event Website
https://www.coc.ca/SpringBreak

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  • Vocal music
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