Vocal Arts

[SchubertSummerJourney] It is the mission of the Vocal Arts Program to provide Fellows with a diverse set of experiences within the vocal repertoire.
Fellows participate in art song, chamber music, and theatrical projects, the balance of which is based on the interests of the applicant and the determination of the faculty during the audition process.

Projects for 2018 include: 

A staged production of A Quiet Place, in a new arrangement for chamber orchestra, in honor of the 100th birthday of legendary Tanglewood figure LEONARD BERNSTEIN

Performances with the TMC ORCHESTRA, including Bernstein's Opening Prayer and the world premiere of a new work by Michael Gandolfi

An intensive exploration and performances of BACH CANTATAS, lead by composer and Bach specialist JOHN HARBISON

[Stephanie Blythe]VOCAL CHAMBER MUSIC, collaborating with TMC instrumentalists, from both the standard and contemporary repertoire

ART SONG projects from the central canon and beyond, coached by faculty members such as STEPHANIE BLYTHE, MARGO GARRETT, ALAN SMITH, SANFORD SYLVAN, DAWN UPSHAW, and ROGER VIGNOLES 

Weekly classes with master teacher Sanford Sylvan, as well as master-classes with major artists visiting the Boston Symphony and with resident faculty

Other projects to be announced