Diction & Culture German Stage

The performance component carries one unit of credit and includes weekly private coachings; performance classes with a focus on expression through correct diction and vocal/musical style, as well as acting for the operatic stage; one public recital; one public performance of the summer's opera project; and an intensive audition training workshop at the end of the program, offered by a German opera agent with years of experience and expertise in the field. Repertoire will include German Lieder, oratorio, and operatic arias for the recital. Students are expected to arrive with a minimum of three songs or arias memorized; additional assignments and work focused on the opera production will be announced during the summer. The following course numbers are only different because they correspond with the language level each student is enrolled in, but all students in the following courses are in the same group, taking the same performance classes, and participating in the same projects and workshops.
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Summer 2014 Language Schools

GRMN3204A-L14 Lecture (Boving, Ruetter)

Summer 2013

GRMN3204A-L13 Lecture (Boving, Ruetter)

Summer 2012

GRMN3204A-L12 Lecture (Matthias)

Summer 2011

GRMN3204A-L11 Lecture (Hagel, Ruetter)

Summer 2010

GRMN3204A-L10 Lecture (McDonald, McDonald)

Summer 2009

GRMN3204A-L09 Lecture (McDonald, McDonald)

Summer 2008

GRMN3204A-L08 Lecture (McDonald, McDonald)

Summer 2007

GRMN3204A-L07 Lecture (McDonald, McDonald)

Summer 2006

GRMN3204A-L06 Lecture (McDonald, McDonald)

Summer 2005

GRMN3204A-L05 Lecture (McDonald)

Summer 2004

GRMN3204A-L04 Lecture (Wegel)