Vocal Studies and Opera

Summary

Research within The Vocal Studies and Opera Unit of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music covers a wide range of disciplines. Several members of the unit are active performers in opera, concerts, and recitals and their work is documented in many recordings on CD and DVD, as well as many radio and television broadcasts.

Supervisor(s)

Associate Professor Michael Halliwell, Associate Professor Neil McEwan, Mr Stephen Mould

Research Location

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Creative work of vocal staff at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music has occurred in many Australian and international opera houses and concert halls. Other research areas include work in the area of vocal pedagogy and voice science where research projects with the Australian Centre for Applied Research into Musical Performance has brought about close research collaboration in the areas of performance and pedagogy analysis. Members of the unit have published widely in leading journals in the field, and have supervised higher research degree students as well as been active in examining masters and PhD theses. Members of the unit are active in research work in applied language training for singers and there is great expertise among staff in this vital area of pedagogy. Other research work occurs within more traditional areas of musicology, and prominent work has been done in the art song repertoire and performance practice. Work of international standing has also occurred in broader operatic studies, particularly in the area of operatic adaptation of literature, and there are many publications in this area as well as research supervision.

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Keywords

Opera, voice, vocal pedagogy, voice science, diction, art song, performance practice, literary adaptation, singing

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 766

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