Masterclass Raising Stars: August, 1st – August, 8th 2019
Masterclass Professionals: August, 11th - August, 18th 2019

Accompaniment 'Professionals': ZITA TSCHIRK
Accompaniment 'Raising Stars': PANTELIS POLYCHRONIDIS

Audition masterclass Raising Stars:

August, 1st 2019, 11.00 AM
Location: Polytechnic School Wörgl

Course fee: € 400,-- (Semiactively 2/3rd course fee, Non-participants 50%)
Registration until July, 21st 2019

Final concert mastclass Raising Stars:
8th August 2019
Start: 8.00 PM
Location: Church of Kirchbichl

Audition masterclass Professionals:
August, 11th 2019, 11.00 AM
Location: Polytechnic School Wörgl

Course fee: € 400,-- (Semiactively 2/3rd course fee, Non-participants 50%)
Registration until August, 1st 2019

Final concert mastclass Professionals:
18th August 2019
Start: 8.00 PM
Location: Sun Tower, Wörgl

Possible participation:

Active participant: € 400,-- (includes singing technique, interpretation, bodywork)
Semi-active participant: € 267,-- (includes singing technique, bodywork)
Passive participant: € 200,--

After submitting a recording and consulting with Univ.-Prof. Karlheinz Hanser (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) a confirmation of participation is possible even before the audition!

Master's course:

Target group:
The master's course "The Voice as an Instrument" is aimed at the beginning to singing students (preparation for admission examinations to art universities - Masterclass Raising Stars) and ambitious part time singers (advanced music school level - Masterclass Raising Stars), on the other hand it is aimed at singing students at art universities and conservatories as well as accompanying coaching for professional beginners (repertoire selection, training for auditions - Masterclass Professionals).

In addition to the singing technique in group and individual lessons (breathing, apoggio, approach, vocal balancing, balancing, messa di voce) the development of teaching literature (freely selectable from the classical vocal repertoire) in vocal, muscular (class recpetition/single recitpetition), linguistic and interpretative aspects. In addition to this, professional training modules will focus on: "Fit for the stage - breath and body training for singers", "Voice hygienic exercises for a healthy, resilient voice", "showtime - musicdramatic exercises - staging", "speaking on stage for singers "," styling outfit – make - up "," stress leave behind - active/passive relaxation exercises. "The result can be tested in the context of a final concert under professional conditions. At the final concert a professional video and audio section will be made, which will be available to the students.

Language of instruction: German/English

Repertoire: freely selectable from the classical singing repertoire

Notes for lessons: glued in a threefold version for the additional modules is needed: towel, sportswear, sports shoes, comfortable high-heeled shoes for women, make-up tools;

Karl Heinz Hanser ThumbThe Tyrolean baritone Karlheinz Hanser received his musical basic education as a choirboy with the Wilten Boys' Choir and through his father Karl Hanser, who was an flautist at the Tiroler Landesymphonieorchester. After graduation he began a teacher training for music and physical education at the University Mozarteum Salzburg and at the Leopold-Franzens-University of Innsbruck, but soon turned to singing in the framework of study of instrumental (vocal) pedagogy at the college Mozarteum Salzburg at o. Univ.-Prof. Peter Ullrich too. His diploma studies for Solo singing was completed by Karlheinz Hanser at KS Prof. Raimund Grumbach at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich with the Opera Diploma and the state-certified music teacher.

On the opera stage, the baritone was to hear in a number of prestigious projects at Munich Opera School (Dr. Peter Kertz) and at the Bavarian Theater Academy. Among other things, he sang in the Prinzregententheater Munich under the direction of Sir Collin Davis the role of Papageno in Mozart's Magic Flute. In the concert sector he received significant artistic impulses by Prof. Howard Arman. Concert activity at the festival weeks of Complement old music in Innsbruck and the Berlin Festival of Early Music completed his artistic spectrum. Karlheinz Hanser gained his first pedagogical experience as a vocal coach at the Wilten Boys' Choir (1986-1990) and at the Music School of the Municipality of Wattens (1990-2000). From 1997 to 2007 he headed one Vocal class of artistic education at the Tiroler Landeskonservatorium in Innsbruck, where he subsequently became head of department, department head Vocal, artistic advisor and administrator at the artistic and structural development of the training institution in which he intensively collaborated. During this time, Karlheinz Hanser successfully completed one continuing education course for management musicians in Management Center Innsbruck (MCI). Lectures at the Tiroler Musikschulwerk and the Federation of Austrians Vocal Pedagogues completed the activity profile.

In 2005 Karlheinz Hanser got the reputation of the University of Music and Music performing arts in Vienna, where he was working for the time at the Institute for singing and music theater as a visiting professor for singing and in 2007 he became a university professor in nominal subject singing was called. In addition to the educational activity Karlheinz Hanser was coined as deputy director of the institute and director of the institute (2008-2014), as chairman of the study commission field singing and Music Theater Director (2007-2010) and as a principal member of the Senate of the University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna (2009-2013) essentially the Artistic and structural reorientation of the vocal study directions in the context of university reform. A special concern is the educators the targeted promotion of the Austrian young singer generation in close cooperation with music of the youth (Jury activity). Karlheinz Hanser has reached as a vocal pedagogue in recent years international level.

verena hanser thumbSince 1988 Verena Hanser has been a certified speech therapist (AKH Wien/HNO/Dept. Phoniatrics 1986-1991) and voice coach in free practice with the focus on the care of singers, actors, speakers and presenters. Cooperation with HNO FA Dr. Kürsten ("Doctor of the State Opera Vienna") since 1988. Voice and voice trainer for the ORF (moderators, correspondents, editors, speakers). Senior lecturer at the University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna at the Institute for Singing and Music Theater for Speech and Breathing/Bodywork for singers since 2001.

Zita Tschirk ThumbZita Tschirk, born in Gyor, Hungary, got in touch at the age of five years with classical music. After completing her piano and harmony-studies at the Conservatory in Györ she went to the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, where she was a student of Rita Wagner and Ferenc Rados and passed the concert diploma in piano with the highest honors degrees.
After masterclasses with Rudolf Kehrer, Imre Rohmann, Georges Cziffra, and Zoltan Kocsis she enriched her studies at a four year degree in vocal accompaniment at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. As Teaching at the University of Vienna since 2001,
she worked with Rotraud Hansmann, Marjana Lipovšek, Gabriele Lechner, Robert Holl and Charles Spencer and accompanied a workshop with Thomas Hampson.
Since 2010, Zita Tschirk accompanied the class of Karlheinz Hanser.
With nine years – and then five more times - Zita won the competition of young musicians in Györ. Also as a soloist, she won prizes at the Hungarian State Competition, the Franz Liszt Competition in Budapest and the Concertino Prague. At twenty-one, she was honored at Hummel Competition in Bratislava. As a solo pianist and accompanist Zita Tschirk performed in Hungary, Austria, Germany, Italy and Russia, where many of her concerts have been broadcasted on radio, and she was also involved in chamber music and ensemble recordings. In ORF-TV she appeared in 2005 with Anna Hauf and 2009 with Daniela Fally. The program of her song recital with Genia Kühmeier in Salzburg is available on CD.
Zita Tschirk enjoys an outstanding reputation as an accompanist with a focus on music of Art Nouveau and 20th century, as represented by Debussy, Berg, Marx and Richard Strauss, and the timeless art of Schubert, Brahms and Dvořák. She also loves playing Bartók or Montsalvatge and transmits successfully the Noblesse song accompaniment on the presentation of arias.


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