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3rd & 4th prize of Queen Elisabeth Competition #cmireb2014. Sarah Laulan, mezzo & Yu Shao, tenor – Soloists of Musicchapel (Section of José van Dam).

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In 2004, when it was reorganising its program, the Music Chapel opened a new voice section which welcomed José van Dam as master in residence.  Since then, many singers have attended this program, some of whom have embarked on a career. The magnificent results obtained by Sarah Laulan (3rd prize) and Yu Shao (4th prize) at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2004 symbolise 10 years of work carried out by the entire teaching staff. The cooperation with the Monnaie Opera…

Auditions@Musicchapel : section J. van Dam & enoa project – session 14/15 – Application deadline 18.05

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Créer l’instrument unique que représente chaque élève grâce à la technique vocale qui lui est enseignée” José van Dam    ! Some vacancies left  in the voice section at the Music Chapel! You are a young singer (max 30) You finished your Master degree in singing, or you have the equivalent level You are striving to build-improve-deepen your repertoire with world renowned professors and coaches  adapted to your personal path You look for professional experiences   then apply  to the Music…

Public Master class with José van Dam @musicchapel – enoa’s workshop – 28.02.14

The Music Chapel offers you an unforgetable moment with José van Dam enoa’ workshop organized @musicchapel  Be part of this process means a real support for our students. Because there is no limit to perfection!​ Music Chapel be part of European network of opera academies which counts eleven full members and five associated partners from 12 different European countries (Festival d’Aix-en-Provence – Académie européenne de musique, Aix-en-Provence, France – Aldeburgh Music, Aldeburgh, UK – Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal – Bayerische Theaterakademie, Munich, Germany – Latvian National Opera,…

Studio Production “Les Mamelles de Tirésias” – F.Poulenc, arr. by Britten for 2 pianos

16 to 19.01.2014 @La Monnaie/De Munt Les Mamelles de Tirésias, Francis Poulenc’s first opera, was composed during the Second World War and was based on a surrealist play of the same name by Guillaume Apollinaire. The musical world of this opera is irresistible, referencing as it does not only music hall but also the composers of the time such as Chabrier and Satie. Right from the start of the opera the Theatre Director sets the tone: ‘Audience, wait patiently, I…