CANCELLED!

MASTERCLASS
MOZART and the VIENNESE CLASSIC
LIEDER, ORATORY & OPERA

August, 13th – August, 20th 2018

Direction: MICHAEL SCHADE O.C.
Accompaniment: JUSTUS ZEYEN

Audition:
August, 13th 2018, 11.00 AM
Location: Polytechnic School Wörgl

Course fee: € 400,-- (Non-participants 50%)
Registration until 3.8.2018

Final concert:
August, 20th 2018
Start: 8.00 PM
Location: Sun Tower, Wörgl


Master class:

Target group:

This master class directed by KS Michael Schade O.C. is aimed at advanced singing students at art universities and conservatories as well as accompanying coaching for young professionals (repertoire choice), as well as at professional singers in preparation for concerts and opera performances or auditions.

About the masterclass:
This masterclass does not only deal with the music-dramatic discussion of a role/aria/song/ oratorio (interpretational design & development of vocal colors) but also with the interpretation and stage presence in particular. At the end of the master class participants have the opportunity to present their skills at a final concert with professional framework conditions.
We ask you to be prepared for this masterclass.

Repertoire: Freely selectable from the genre Lied, Opera & Oratory preferring Mozart and the Viennese Classic;

Language of instruction: German/English;

Teaching notes: glued and in a threefold version;
 

Michael Schade ThumbHailed as one of the world's leading tenors, German-Canadian Michael Schade enjoys a close collaboration with the Vienna State Opera, where he was last seen in new productions of Mozart's IDOMENEO and LA CLEMENZA DI TITO, as Prince in Dvořák's RUSALKA and as Flamand in Strauss' CAPRICCIO. He frequently performs at the Metropolitan Opera, the Munich Opera and the Canadian Opera Company and has appeared at the Bavarian State Opera, the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, the Liceu Barcelona, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and the Opéra Bastille in Paris. In November 2013 Michael Schade celebrated his role debut as Peter Grimes at the Hamburg State Opera. His most recent role debuts as Eisenstein/DIE FLEDERMAUS in Toronto and Florestan in Beethoven's FIDELIO at the Theater an der Wien under Nikolaus Harnoncourt were celebrated by audience and reviewers alike. Further highlights of the recent past included Aschenbach/DEATH IN VENICE in Hamburg, Max in Weber's FREISCHÜTZ at the Berlin State Opera and a new production at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, as well as Stolzing in Wagner's MEISTERSINGER at the 2016 Glyndebourne Festival.

As one of the favorite artists of the Salzburg Festival for almost two decades, Michael Schade has appeared in new stagings of Mozart's LA CLEMENZA DI TITO, Purcell's KING ARTHUR, Mozart's ZAUBERFLÖTE, Haydn's ARMIDA, Cherubini's MEDÉE, von Winter's DAS LABYRINTH and in the title role of Schubert's FIERRABRAS, as well as giving concerts and song recitals. From 2008 to 2010 he initiated and was active as Creative Director of the Salzburg Festival's Young Singers Project.

Given his immense concert repertoire, ranging from Bach's Cantatas and Passions to Mahler's LIED VON DER ERDE, he works regularly with conductors such as Ivor Bolton, Semyon Bychkov, Riccardo Chailly, Christoph von Dohnányi, Valery Gergiev, Daniel Harding, Pablo Heras-Casado, Mariss Jansons, Philippe Jordan, James Levine, Fabio Luisi, Zubin Mehta, Riccardo Muti, Kent Nagano, Peter Oundjan, Sir Simon Rattle, Helmuth Rilling, Christian Thielemann, Robin Ticciati, Franz Welser-Möst, and Simone Young. Furthermore, his musical activities were strongly influenced by his frequent collaboration with Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
Special highlights of the 2017/2018 season are the concerts Michael Schade will be giving at Vienna's Konzerthaus as "Artist in Residence". The subscription series dedicated to him will include Schubert's WINTERREISE, a duo recital with Christiane Karg and Sunnyi Melles as well as Brahms' Cantata RINALDO with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra under Antonello Manacorda. Rounding out the portrait and demonstrating his versatility, Michael Schade completes the series with a concert with the Janoska Ensemble.

Furthermore, the turn of the year will see Michael Schade return to the Vienna State Opera to sing the role of Eisenstein in the traditional performance of DIE FLEDERMAUS, followed by Richard Strauss' CAPRICCIO. On the concert stage, he appears with the Montréal Symphony Orchestra under Kent Nagano, with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Alain Altinoglu, with the Staatskapelle Dresden under Donald Runnicles, with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra under Peter Oundjian, with the Orquesta Nacional de España under David Afkham, with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra under Yannick Nézet-Séguin and with Concentus Musicus under Stefan Gottfried.

As a recitalist, the artist has been celebrated for his appearances at major halls such as the Musikverein, Konzerthaus and State Opera in Vienna, Amsterdam's Concertgebouw, New York's Alice Tully Hall and Carnegie Hall, London's Wigmore Hall, and with presenters such as the Verbier Festival, the Schubertiade Schwarzenberg and at the Grafenegg Festival. His most recent song recitals took place at the Vienna State Opera, at La Scala Milan and at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
A prolific recording artist, Michael Schade has performed in Bach's ST. MATTHEW'S PASSION with Harnoncourt (Grammy Award), Verdi's MESSA DA REQUIEM, Handel's MESSIAH, Haydn's ORLANDO PALADINO, Mozart's ZAIDE and LA CLEMENZA DI TITO. Other notable recordings include Mahler's LIED VON DER ERDE with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Pierre Boulez, Mozart's REQUIEM with the Berlin Philharmonic under Claudio Abbado, and Grammy-nominated DAPHNE under Semyon Bychkov in 2005, as well as a live recording of a Mozart Gala at Salzburg Festival. His list of awards includes three Junos for CBC Records' DIE SCHÖNE MÜLLERIN with Malcolm Martineau, "Soirée Française" and "Mozart: Arie e Duetti". Recent releases include live recordings of DIE SCHÖNE MÜLLERIN with Rudolf Buchbinder at Grafenegg and DVDs of ARABELLA (Vienna State Opera), DAS LABYRINTH (Salzburg Festival) and of the SUMMER NIGHT CONCERT of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in 2013.

In 2007, the Republic of Austria appointed Michael Schade as Kammersänger. Mr. Schade was artist-in-residence at the Musikverein in Vienna, featuring his own subscription series in the 2009/10 season. He is the Artistic Director of the Hapag Lloyd Stella Maris International Vocal Competition. In 2014 the Internationale Barocktage Stift Melk has appointed Mr. Schade its Artistic Director through 2019. In 2017 Michael Schade was granted the title Officer to the Order of Canada (O.C.).




Justus Zeyen ThumbJustus Zeyen first studied piano with Cord Garben before moving to Hannover to study with, amongst others, Karl Engel and Bernhard Ebert.

Justus Zeyen performs in concerts in Europe, the USA and Japan as a soloist and chamber musician, but mainly as a Lied accompanist. He has performed and continues to perform with, amongst others, Juliane Banse, Dorothea Röschmann, Diana Damrau, Christiane Iven, Sibylla Rubens, Florian Boesch, Siegfried Lorenz, Michael Schade, Luca Pisaroni as well as the choirs of the Bavarian, Central and South German Radio.

He undertook a comprehensive tour of the USA with Measha Brüggergosman in 2010. He has performed Lieder recitals at the Milan Scala, Theater an der Wien and elsewhere, and he has been a guest performer at important festivals such as, amongst others, the Berlin and Vienna Festivals, the Munich Opera Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, the Bad Kissingen Festival, the Schwarzenberg Schubertiade, the Grafenegg Festival as well as the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York, Tanglewood Music Festival and the Oregon Bach Festival.

Justus Zeyen has enjoyed a close working relationship with Thomas Quasthoff since their first joint concerts at the Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival in 1994. They have performed at the Berlin Philharmonie, London Wigmore Hall, Musikverein in Vienna, Amsterdam Concertgebouw, in Madrid, Barcelona, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles and in the Carnegie Hall in New York.
Recent highlights have included a tour of Lieder recitals with the quartet of singers Martina Janková, Bernarda Fink, Michael Schade and Florian Boesch; and Lieder recitals with Michael Schade in the Wigmore Hall, with Florian Boesch in London, Dortmund and Saragossa and with Luca Pisaroni at the Edinburgh Festival. He has performed Lieder recitals with the two singers Michael Schade and Luca Pisaroni in New York and Toronto, and another Lieder recital with Michael Schade and Christopher Maltman in Graz.

In the 2012/13 season he is again to be heard performing Lieder recitals in major concert halls with, amongst others, Luca Pisaroni in Dortmund, Frankfurt and Paris, with Michael Schade and Christopher Maltman in a Lieder duo evening at the Alte Oper in Frankfurt. He will also be performing with Florian Boesch and Thomas Quasthoff (speaker) in Düsseldorf and at the Festival du Lied in Fribourg in Switzerland, and with Michael Schade again. Further appearances with Measha Brüggergosman in Bath and at the Dresden Festival and with Adrian Eröd in Tokyo are also planned. At the Schubertiade Schwarzenberg he will again be giving a master class with Thomas Quasthoff.

All of his CD releases on Deutsche Grammophon have won several prizes such as the Echo Klassik, Cannes Award, German Music Critics Prize and Grammy nominations.

Justus Zeyen teaches at the Academy of Music in Hannover.

 

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