ARTISTS IN PERFORMANCE: UKRAINIAN ART SONG SUMMER INSTITUTE 2018
Join us, August 19th, 3pm at the Royal Conservatory's Temerty Theatre, for a delightful afternoon of Ukrainian Art Songs featuring North American participants from this year’s Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute held at the Royal Conservatory of Music. This is a rare opportunity to hear eight extraordinary rising stars as they interpret the works of Ukrainian composers such as Ostap and Nestor Nyzhankivsky, Myroslav Volynsky, and Jaroslav Lopatynsky, accompanied by collaborative pianists Albert Krywolt and Robert Kortgaard. Host and Artistic Director, the internationally renowned bass-baritone, Pavlo Hunka will provide lively and insightful commentary.
The featured artists include Douglas Graham (baritone), Julie Gulenko (soprano), Kateryna Khartova (soprano), Ariane Meredith (mezzo-soprano), Andrew Skitko (tenor), Olenka Slywynska (soprano), Oleksandra Verzole (soprano) and Allison Walmsley (soprano).
At this concert, the UASP will launch the much awaited Galicians II recording of a further 82 Ukrainian art songs. The UASP has now reached yet another milestone; of the 1,000 art songs, a total of 388 have now been recorded and published.
Tickets are available through the RCM box office
Meet the participants of this year's Summer Institute - August 13-19
public auditing of master classes
just as in past years we are offering free public auditing, of the mater class workshops. For 3 day during the 2018 Summer Institute we are opening up the door s of the S.I. to the public to experience how an art song performance is crafted.
- Wed August 15th - 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
- Thursday August 16th- 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
- Friday August 17th- 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Your spring opera Season starts here
2018 SPRING SALON
This evening's theme explores the roots of Ukrainian Art song to a Galician exprecience through the works of composers; Mykola Lysenko, Ostap Nyzhankivsky, Nestor Nyzhankivsky and Stefania Turkewich.
Andrea Ludwig, Mezzo Soprano, Laura McAlpine, Mezzo Soprano, Andrew Skitko, Tenor and accompanied by Robert Kortgaard, Piano