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Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón will hold summer courses

The Instituto Superior de Arte of Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires will give specialized courses for singers, dancers and theatrical trades and direction, according to the theme of each course, the inscriptions can be made until  February 14th and 20th

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Open for the entire community, the Instituto Superior de Arte of the Teatro Colón will offer during the second half of February, extension and training courses, which will address different topics related to the history and analysis of opera and ballet, the scenic practice and design, and the acquisition of knowledge in the theatrical trades.
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The courses will be face-to-face with a duration of one or two weeks and will be held from Monday, February 18 to Friday, March 1, at the Institute’s headquarters, Av. Corrientes 1681. Limited places.
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REGISTRATION

It is carried out by sending an email to isainscripciones@teatrocolon.org.ar specifying in the subject “Summer courses 2019”, indicating:

1) Name and surname

2) Course to which you want to register
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More information at www.teatrocolon.org.ar
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The registration of these courses will last until Thursday, February 14:

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FOR SINGERS (2 WEEKS)

From Monday, February 18 to Friday, March 1

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THE SONG AND ITS DRAMATIC RESOURCES IN CLASSICAL AND POPULAR MUSIC

In charge of Prof. Betty Gambartes / Monday through Friday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Aimed at singers and actors, the course aims to search for the different dramatic-musical aspects of both the operatic repertoire and the popular song. To provoke the interpreter’s imagination for the organic creation of the character and his scenic interpretation through his vocal resources.
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THE LYRIC SONG ON SCENE

In charge of Prof. Gabriela Battipede and Diego Cosin / From Monday to Friday from 11.00 to 13.00

This course aims to provide lyrical singers with acting tools about the repertoire. They will alternate musical practices with scenic practices, analyzing different operas and authors.

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THEATRICAL OFFICES AND SCENIC DESIGN (2 WEEKS)

From Monday, February 18 to Friday, March 1

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THEATER TRANSFER

In charge of Prof. Stella Maris López / From Monday to Friday, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

The objective of this course is to provide different tools and strategies in the work of the theatrical tailoring. Directed to the community in general, but particularly to students of clothing, characterization and clothing.
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TEATRAL HAIRDRESSING

By Prof. Roberto Mohr / From Monday to Friday from 11.00 to 13.00

This course is aimed at students of characterization as well as anyone interested in thematic and theatrical trades. Its objective is to provide different tools and strategies in the work of making theatrical wigs and hairpieces.
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OPERA SCENERY DESIGN Presented

by Prof. Víctor De Pilla / From Monday to Friday from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

This theoretical-practical course aims to be an introduction to scenographic design, with elements of stage design. The opera The Tales of Hoffmann by Jacques Offenbach will be taken as the axis and audiovisual material will be used to support the theoretical and practical concepts of the subject. Oriented to scenography students, graphic design, architects and anyone interested in the subject.
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OPERA CLOTHING DESIGN Presented

by Prof. Alicia Gumá / From Monday to Friday from 4.30 to 6.30 pm

The theoretical-practical course will provide tools and strategies in the work of the Theatrical Costume Designer for an operatic production, taking as axis the Tales of Hoffmann by Jacques Offenbach. It will have audiovisual support material. Directed to the community in general, but particularly to students of costumes, characterization, clothing, scenography and art.
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ART DIRECTION IN OPERA Presented

by Prof. Alicia Gumá and Víctor De Pilla / From Monday to Friday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

The theoretical-practical course will focus on the opera Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi for the study of the different themes that involve an operatic production. Oriented for stage directors, set designers, costume designers, illuminators, architects, designers, visual artists, filmmakers and anyone interested in operatic production.
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CLOTHING AND SCENIC CLOTHING: THE COSTUME OF THE 18TH CENTURY

In charge of Prof. Alejandra Espector / From Monday to Friday from 11.00 to 13.00

The objective of this course is the knowledge of the clothing of the eighteenth century and its representation in the vintage figurine that allows students to conveniently materialize ideas and concepts in sketches for the creation and presentation of their projects (costume design, fashion design, etc.). It will work with the opera Manon Lescaut de Puccini. Directed to the community in general, but particularly to students of costumes, characterization, clothing, scenography and art.
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FOR DANCERS (2 WEEKS)

From Monday, February 18 to Friday, March 1

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Destined to students of different levels and professional dancers, these courses aim to expand their knowledge, analyze and use the different movements, and acquire technical excellence.
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TECHNIQUE OF THE CLASSICAL DANCE – INITIAL LEVEL (GROUP 1)

In charge of Mtra. Tereza Sargsian / Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 11.00
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TECHNIQUE OF THE CLASSICAL DANCE – INITIAL LEVEL (GROUP 2)

In charge of Mtra. Victoria Lanestosa / Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
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TECHNIQUE OF THE CLASSICAL DANCE – INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (GROUP 1)

In charge of the Mtra. Noemí Szleszynski / Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
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TECHNIQUE OF THE CLASSICAL DANCE – INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (GROUP 2)

In charge of the Mtra. Noemí Szleszynski / Monday to Friday from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
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TECHNIQUE OF THE CLASSICAL DANCE – ADVANCED LEVEL (GROUP 1)

In charge of the Mtro. Igor Gopkalo / Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 11.00
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TECHNIQUE OF THE CLASSICAL DANCE – ADVANCED LEVEL (GROUP 2)

In charge of the Mtra. Stella Saladino / Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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DANZAS DE ESPAÑA

In charge of the Mtra. Mabel Espert / Monday to Friday from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
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The registration of these courses will last until Wednesday, February 20:

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FOR ALL PUBLIC (1 WEEK)

From Monday 25 February to Friday 1 March

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INTRODUCTION TO THE OPERA

In charge of Prof. Betty Gambartes / From Monday to Friday from 16.30 to 18.30

This course will provide elements for the reader-spectator to understand and enjoy the great operas such as La traviata, Tosca, Las bodas de Figaro and others plus. Discover yourself through the themes and myths of dramatic-musical literature. Aimed at anyone interested in the performing arts who wish, through understanding, to enjoy the artistic event even more.
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ANALYSIS OF THE SEASONS OF THE SEASON 2019

Given by Lic. Luciano Marra de la Fuente / From Monday to Friday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

This intensive course for all audiences will address the operas that make up the 2019 opera season of the Colón Theater, putting them in context historical and dramatic, the musical aesthetics of each composer and their relationship within the history of the genre.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE BALLET AND THE WORKS OF THE SEASON 2019

In charge of the Mtra. Teresita Campana / From Monday to Friday from 11.00 to 13.00

This intensive course will offer all the spectators interested in the ballet, analysis tools to expand the look and the aesthetic enjoyment, from the titles of the 2019 season of the Stable Theater Ballet Colon.
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SHAKESPEARE THEMES WITH CHARACTERS

In charge of Lic. Claudia Rojas / From Monday to Friday from 2.30 to 4.30 pm

The course aims to perform comparative readings between Shakespearean texts in English with examples of operatic adaptations, constituting an approximation to the opera through Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Otello and a Midsummer Night’s Dream.
 

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