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Programme ICVT7 – PARIS 2009

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We Th Fr Sa Su
15/07/09 16/07/09 17/07/09 18/07/09 19/07/09
9:00-12:00 9:00-10:30
9:00-11:00 9:00-10:30
Registration Plenary 9:00-12:00
Plenary Session Plenary Session
Booth set-up Session Classical
AM 11:00- Master Class
10:00-12:00 11:30-13:00 13:00 (Special guests + 11:00-13:00
EVTA Council Meeting Plenary Session Plenary European students) Plenary Session
Session
12:00-14:00
Lunch Break
LUNCH 13:00-
13:00-14:30 14:30 12:30-14:00 13:00-14:30
Lunch Break Lunch ICVT Council Meeting Lunch Break
Break
14:30-
14:00-15:00 Opening Ceremony 14:30-17:00 17:00 14h00-15h30 14:30-16:00 Plenary
- "Les Demoiselles de …" Plenary Session Plenary Plenary Session Session
Session
PM
15:30-17:00 17h30-
Plenary Session 17h30-19h30 20h30 16:00-19:00 16:00-17:00 Closing
17:30-19:00 Plenary Session Plenary Plenary Session Ceremony
Rehearsal Europ. Students Session
20:00-22:00 Opening Concert Dinner Cruise Free
EVENING Bal à la Française Dismantling
Folies Bergère on the Seine evening

AEPC Asociación Española de Profesores de Canto / NIF. G-84235365 / Apdo. Correos 21133, 28080 Madrid
www.aepc.com.es / aepc.info@gmail.com / Teléfono: 91 573 7382 Fax: 91 327 1719
Liste des orateurs / Speakers list

Maria Beltran Piaf Resonance

Dr Gérard Chevaillier The “saturated voice” of rock singers: a high performance mechanism

Richard Cross Three solutions for singing high notes in opera, in musicals or in pop music

Janice Chapman Breathing and support – The use of the accent method in vocal pedagogy

Dr Jeanie Darnell Boys to Men: Developing Healthy and Vibrant Male Adolescent Voices in the Private Studio

Dominique Desmons The traditions of French chansons from the middle ages to the present

Dr Suzanne Draayer Cantemos Canciones de España- Let’s Sing Spanish Art Songs!

Donald Dumpson

Norma Enns

Anna Gotti How to sing standards with a jazz feel

Lukas Haselboeck French and Austrian Vocal Music 1890-1914

Dr Nathalie Henrich Between vibrations and resonances, the richness of the human vocal instrument

Martha Herr BRAZILIAN SONG LITERATURE IN THE 20TH CENTURY

Mélanie Jackson QI GONG and VOCAL TECHNIQUE– Practice and Pedagogy

Susan Kane Bridge Programs from University to Stage

Dr Duane R. Karna Choir acoustics

Karin Knoll Construction and Planning of Training for Motor and Mental Top Performances in Elite Sports

François Le Roux

Dr. Prof. Peter Anton Ling Voice Category, Voice Type and the German Fach System

Agnès Mellon "L"Art de Bien Chanter" (Bacilly, 1697)

Cécilia Montemayor THE ART SONG IN MEXICO

Jean Nirouet Early French singing diction: historical research to better understand the sources of modern interpretation of French opera and art song

Valérie Philippin Credo pour une voix polymorphe ! Lecture-recital

Thérèse Renick

Sarah Sanders

Françoise Semellaz Survival kit for the travelling singer

Dr Roland Silverstein

Jennifer Smith Survival kit for the travelling singer

Nadia Vadori The Archaeology of singing. Early examples of monophonic and polyphonic singing (Manuscripts from the 9th to the 14th century)

Dr Susana Zapke

Dr Mei Zhong The Development of Chinese Art Songs

AEPC Asociación Española de Profesores de Canto / NIF. G-84235365 / Apdo. Correos 21133, 28080 Madrid
www.aepc.com.es / aepc.info@gmail.com / Teléfono: 91 573 7382 Fax: 91 327 1719