Independent courses in Opera

Here you will find a summary of our courses in Opera, start during the spring term 2019. Deadline for application is 15 October 2018.

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Below you will find all our current courses in opera. These courses is for you who feel that you want to deepen your artistry as an opera singer, whether you are in the beginning or in the middle of your career. is for you who wish to develop your artistry as an opera singer, whether you are in the beginning or in the middle of your career. Apply through the course page. Deadline for application is 15 October 2018.

Advanced Role Interpretation and Performance Operastart date 21 January
Would you like to spend a term focusing on one opera role and deepen your interpretation with the support of singing lessons, musical coaching and performing supervision? Do you want to be able to analyse and reflect around a role – investigate the relation between language and music in seminars with other initiated and interested persons? Then you should apply.

With this course we offer tools and methods to be able to work independantely with role interpretation and performance on the opera stage. The course consists of musical coaching, singing lessons, practical exercises in stage performance, studying and rehearsal techniques and role analysis.

The Music Dramatic Expression of the Voicestart date 21 January
Would you like to work with your voice and music dramatic interpretation in one self formulated project during one term at University College of Opera? Do you have ideas that you want to try out and develop as an opera singer with supervision from our experienced teachers? Do you want to meet others in conversations, seminars and workshops to test and develop your ideas around the music dramatic expression of the voice?

The course contains musical coaching, singing lessons, seminars around the own project and work with a director.


Find all courses given by Stockholm University of the Arts here: Find Courses.

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