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Singers and Stage Management OPERA America Events
« on: Nov 07, 2006, 01:46 pm »
It’s not only what you know, but also who you know.

OPERA America will bring you closer to the people you need to know, including managers, arts administrators, and fellow artists at Making Connections — professional development events in New York City. Join us for panel discussions with influential professionals in the field, each followed by a casual reception.

November 27, 2006 — Who's in Charge of the Rehearsal?
This panel will look at how leadership shifts throughout the rehearsal process. How do performers get what they need from each rehearsal without stepping on the toes of the person in charge?
Speakers include: Stage Director Christopher Alden; Chief Executive & General Director and Conductor, Michael Barrett, Caramoor; Vocal Coach Djordje Nesic

November 28, 2006 — Collegiality among Singers and Stage Management
Yes, the singer is in the spotlight, but behind the scenes a myriad of professionals play important roles in getting singers onto the stage and into the spotlight. How do singers effectively interact with these various professionals?
Speakers include: Stage Manager Terry Ganley, Metropolitan Opera; Artistic & General Director and Stage Director Jay Lesenger, Chautauqua Opera
When: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Where: OPERA America office, 330 Seventh Avenue, 16th Floor (between 28th & 29th Streets)
How: To register, visit newbielink: [nonactive], e-mail, or call 212-796-8620 ext. 202 at least 10 days before the event you wish to attend.
$10 for OPERA America members ($12 for non-members)
To learn more about Making Connections and OPERA America, please visit our Web site at newbielink: [nonactive]
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