Intermezzo

Registration for the course is now open, which will start next October at the Musikene headquarters in Donostia.

The Superior Music Center of the Basque Country Musikene and Intermezzo come together to offer an innovative postgraduate course aimed at choir singers who seek to make their passion their profession. The specialization course will be offered from October in Donostia-San Sebastián, and pursues to deepen the required training of a professional choir singer. In the 14 Double sessions planned during the course and which will be held on Fridays and Saturdays, both the specific vocal technique will be worked on, like all those aspects related to the interpretation of the choral repertoire and its staging.

Intermezzo, Besides, will offer various job offers to participate in productions in which it collaborates. The company, with a history of more than 15 years, manages the titular choir of the Teatro Real de Madrid, reinforces the choir of the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona and participates in seasons of Opera and Festivals.

The course of 150 hours spread between October and May, Its main objective is to offer the necessary tools to students who want to become professional choir singers., developing all the professional aspects related to their work. The postgraduate course includes subjects to work on vocal technique, the lyrical and symphonic choral repertoire, the correct diction of the various languages ​​used in said repertoire, or body techniques and movements on stage, among other. The specialization will be completed with different conferences on professional aspects with which the student will get an overview of how the sector works., with expert speakers in different disciplines.

Enrollment is now open for all those interested who are in possession of a higher music degree (the equivalent). All the information and program.

He Teatro Real and its workers have agreed on a procedure whereby, once the current state of alarm by health emergency of the COVID-19, workers who were unable to perform their functions through alternative systems telecommuting (teleworking), may progressively return part of the hours pending to work through the performance of extraordinary services until the 31 December 2021, to facilitate the continuity of the artistic programming and thus rule out a possible ERTE.

The Teatro Real thanks the workers for the effort they are going to make with these measures that guarantee that the season's programming 20/21 can be enjoyed normally and the serious economic consequences of confinement are partially alleviated.

By last, Royal Theatre, before the ERTE proposed by Intermezzo and that affects the choristers that make up the Principal Choir of the Royal Theater, and for the Madrid Symphony Orchestra what makes up the Head of the Royal Theatre Orchestra, has reached an agreement, both with Intermezzo and with the Madrid Symphony Orchestra that will alleviate some of the remuneration consequences of its choristers and musicians while the employment regulation file to which they will be subjected lasts.