Roberto Alagna, Luciano Pavarotti, Maria Callas, Natalie Dessay… these names make you want to sing? You’d like to take the plunge, but you don’t dare? Don’t hesitate at Catalyse, classical singing, like all other forms of vocal practice, is developed in a fun and friendly way.
By insisting on the pleasure we take, our objective is to allow each voice to find the repertoire that best suits its possibilities and affinities.
Accompany each student towards autonomy in technical work and interpretation.
Discover the extent of this repertoire and its possibilities.
Work on vocal technique specific to the demands of the classical repertoire, from early music to the present day.
Solo lessons for a work adapted to each student, combined with a collective workshop to educate listening and sharing.
Participation in the June concert.
To be agreed upon.
Solo lessons every week at the beginning of the year, then from February onwards, 3 solo lessons and 1 group workshop per month in the presence of an accompanying pianist – possibility of working on duos, trios or quartets.