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Improve your Italian opera language skills in Rome

Italian language: opera program

Italian is the language of Gioacchino Rossini, Vincenzo Bellini, Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini, and many other musicians.

Our specialized course delves deeply into linguistic structure from the standpoints of grammar and syntax, works on pronunciation and diction, and prepares the student to understand a libretto by analyzing the style, language of the time, poetic structures, and musicality of the text.

Do you need to get better at using Italian for Opera?

It is possible to put the theory into reality in accordance with personal interests through lessons in opera singing (technique, interpretation, and style) with skilled singing teachers and Italian opera singers.

Features of our Italian Opera program:

Opera 1
Length4 weeks
TypeG8plus language course + 8 individual lessons (booklet)
8 singing lessons
Opera 2
Length8 weeks
TypeG8plus language course (8 weeks) + 16 individual lessons (booklet)
16 singing lessons
Opera 3
Length12 weeks
TypeG8plus language course (12 weeks) + 24 individual lessons (booklet) 24 singing lessons

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