Young Singers Project
Director of YSP
Assistant: Xenia Hofmann
In 2008 the Salzburg Festival created the Young Singers Project, a high-class platform to support and nurture young vocalists. Young singers are selected through international auditions for the Young Singers Project, and participants of the scholarship receive the opportunity to work with Festival artists. The curriculum does not only include musical education and repertoire expansion, but also staged rehearsals, language coaching and Lied interpretation. The master classes led by renowned Festival artists are open to the public. These encounters and the clear practical connection with the Festival make the YSP an educational programme that has become an international benchmark and model.
The members of the Young Singers Project perform in the new production of the children’s version of Il barbiere di Siviglia and also appear in further Festival productions during the 2015 season. In a final concert, the participants of YSP present themselves to the public.
The participants of the Young Singers Project 2015 have been chosen!
Gordon Bintner, Bassbaritone
Goran Cah, Tenor
Adriana Ferfecka, Soprano
Rafael Fingerlos, Baritone
Christina Gansch, Soprano
Andrew Haji, Tenor
Federica Lombardi, Soprano
Catriona Morison, Mezzo-soprano
Dara Savinova, Mezzo-soprano
Claire de Sevigné, Soprano
Ivan Thirion, Baritone
Bror Magnus Todenes, Tenor
Matthias Winckhler, Baritone
Public Master Classes
KS Christa Ludwig, Saturday, July 18, 2015, 03:00 pm* and 04:30 pm*
Michele Pertusi, Sunday, August 2, 2015, 05:00 pm
Bejun Mehta, Wednesday, August 12, 2015, 03:00 pm
Malcolm Martineau, Friday, August 21, 2015, 11:00 am
*As part of the Festival Opening Party
Distribution of free tickets starting on July 4 at the SHOP • KARTEN/TICKETS of the Salzburg Festival at Hofstallgasse 1
Members of the Young Singers Project
Conductor • Christoph Altstaedt
Thursday, August 27, 2015 – 07:30 pm
Stiftung Mozarteum / Großer Saal
Tickets for the Final Concert will be available at the Ticket Office of the Salzburg Festival.