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Masterclass at Memorial University
Invited by Caroline Schiller, Nathalie Doucet will be returning virtually to Memorial University to give a Masterclass to their wonderful voice students.
Date: March 1st, 2021
Masterclass at Florentine Opera, Milwaukee Wisconsin
Invited by General Director and CEO of Florentine Opera, Maggey Oplinger, Nathalie Doucet will be working (online) with the singers in the Opera Studio of Fiorentine Opera. The focus will be on French Operatic Repertoire.
Dates: January 25th and January 26th
Guest Speaker at York University in Toronto, Canada
Nathalie Doucet has been invited to be a guest speaker at York University.
Invited by Lisette Canton, Associate Professor and Head of Choral Music, York University, Toronto, Canada, Nathalie will be speaking (online) as part of a Guest Speaker series for the York University Choral Music Program on January 25th, 2021
Recital and Livestream with Adanya Dunn and Rolfe Dauz
On December 6th, Nathalie Doucet will be performing with Mezzo-Soprano Adanya Dunn, Baritone Rolfe Dauz at Het Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam in a recital and livestream organized by the Jonge Grote Zangers. An exciting prigran including Mozart, Massenet, Duparc, Vaughan-Williams, Bolcom and more presented twice at 11:00 (with livestream) and 13:00.
For tickets and information, please visit: https://www.grotezangers.nl/agenda/adanya-dunn-rolfe-dauz-nathalie-doucet/
Guest Teacher at Memorial University
Nathalie Doucet was invited by Caroline Schiller, Professor of Voice and Opera at Memorial University to be a guest speaker for their voice students. This two-part lecture was on the German Fach system. I was an intense and rewarding experience!
OCTOBER 22 on NPO Radio4
In The Road to Opera in 5 Steps, presenter Hein van Eekert, together with Nathalie Doucet (piano) and Eva Kroon (alto-mezzo), takes you into the world of opera. In 45 minutes they bring you, in combination with music and simple directions, to the level of opera connoisseur!
Date and link: Thursday, October 22 on NPO Radio4
Time: 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM
Requirements: your desktop, laptop or mobile and a notepad if you want to take notes.
🎞🔉🎥🎬Watch here: https://www.nporadio4.nl/online-festival/actief-klassiek/6317-donderdag-14-00-14-45-uur-de-weg-naar-opera-in-vijf-eenvoudige-stappen?fbclid=IwAR0_YLP76wyAqCmVvkTTSR-dfWec2WdouHIiNF3JMpYbHwF-XPTaqlrkwzo
October 7th, 2020-Nathalie Doucet will be giving an (online) masterclass for Arizona State University School of Music, Dance and Theater.
Invited by Professor Robert Mills, who is the vocal coach/accompanist for Arizona State University’s Lyric Opera Theater, Nathalie Doucet will be working with students of the opera program on October 7th, 2020.
“The Music Theatre and Opera program in the School of Music at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts is committed to preparing outstanding music theatre and opera artists for professional careers in the 21st century. Through expert individual and classroom instruction, the production of operas and musicals, student-led workshops, new work development, research opportunities, dynamic community engagement, and multiple professional collaborations, we foster a creative, student-centered environment that enables students to discover who they are as individuals and artists, at their own pace, in their own unique way, at the highest level.”
COSA Canada 2020-2021 AUDITION PANEL includes:
Stuart Barker, Director: British Youth Opera
Les Dala, Conductor: Associate conductor & chorus director, Program Director of Yulanda M. Faros Young Artists Program- Vancouver Opera
Nathalie Doucet, Pianist/Coach: Professor, Opera/Voice Coach, and Pianist at the Conservatory of Amsterdam
Dr. Darryl Edwards, Tenor: Associate Professor of Voice, University of Toronto, Artistic Director of COSA Canada and COSI
Marion Newman, mezzo-soprano: Manitoba Opera Digital Emerging Artists Program faculty, Co-Founder of Amplified Opera, Opera. ca Board of Directors
Dr. Vicki St. Pierre, contralto: Dean of Arts, Mount Allison University, Voice pedagogue, scholar, and early music specialist
Dr. Howard Watkins, pianist/coach: Assistant Conductor, Metropolitan Opera