The application for the 2019 season will open Spring of 2019.
The Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar offers a program for voice teachers, vocal coaches and master/doctoral students of vocal pedagogy and collaborative piano.
As a teacher and a performer, I found Fall Island invigorating and inspiring. I want to return every year! – Dr. Kathleen Roland-Silverstein 2016
This week was a gift of total immersion into the study and performance of American Art Song of living composers. Full access to the expertise of Dr. Alan Louis Smith, Ms. Blythe, Dr. Busch and Dr. Graham was an absolute privilege. This intensive program allowed for my own personal growth and inspiration as both an artist and a teacher. – Dr. Colleen Skull
The program will begin on Tuesday, May 22 (5:30PM dinner) and conclude on Sunday, May 27 (following the final afternoon recital and group dinner). Participants will perform music of living American composers in a masterclass with Stephanie Blythe and Alan Smith and participate in a special Q&A session with them. The program also involves observing masterclasses (Stephanie Blythe and Alan Smith working with Fellowship Artists), performing in a special topics class led by Dr. Gary Busch, and participating in group activities. Participants will receive a formal letter of completion for their professional file.
The cost for auditing the seminar is $400 (which includes six group dinners). Auditors are responsible for their own accommodations and transportation to Potsdam, NY. Meals are on your own outside of the group dinners Tuesday through Sunday).
Housing options include private or shared, on-campus guest dorm room (if available); or one of our local hotels or B&B’s (visit Chamber of Commerce website).
Application materials must include:
- On-line information form
- 500 word Essay on your experience with American Art song by living composers and why you’re interested in pursuing study of American Art song by living composers
- Current C.V. or resume