In this class, students will develop and improve aural and basic musicianship skills.
Students will practice sight singing and sight reading, perform melodic and rhythmic exercises and dictation, as well as review and further study the fundamentals of music theory, which will be incorporated in their ear training practice.
Ear training goals planned for this course are:
fluency with sight singing and/or sight reading
fluency with musical and rhythmic notation
musical memory and inner hearing
The theory review subjects include:
melodic and rhythmic notation
major/minor scales and harmonies
scale degrees relationships
triads and chords
harmonic progressions and structures
Learn More & Register
First Session: Sat, Feb 7, 2015, 1 pm - 2 pm
Versatile soprano Anya Fidelia made her professional debut at the Caramoor International Festival in New York, where she returned in subsequent seasons, and is now enjoying a thriving performing and teaching career.
A winner of numerous grants and award, most recently Anya was heard on the PBS Television Special Tour "Romantic Journey," including a special NYC performance at the legendary Beacon Theater on Broadway.
Ms. Fidelia’s recent domestic and international operatic seasons include the roles of Butterfly, Tosca, Santuzza as well as most Verismo and Verdi heroines amongst other dramatic spinto soprano repertory roles. The highlights include Metropolitan Opera Guild, Carnegie Hall, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall, New Israeli Opera, Centro de Bellas Artes in Puerto-Rico, International House of Music in Moscow, Kimmel Center in Philadelphia and more. Ms. Fidelia’s reco...for full instructor biography and other classes taught by this instructor, click here
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Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Room: S250, 2nd Fl, S Bldg
Price: from $470.00
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