A copy of confirmation of payment should be included with the application. The application will not be considered valid if the fee has not been paid, and will not be considered by the examining committee even if complete in all other respects. Participation in the Academy implies full consent for use of images and sound from events from the entire course, and prize performances for eventual radio, TV or Internet broadcast, with no rights or fees of any kind being paid under any circumstances.
For any further information please contact the MOA office: info montecatinioperacademy. The present pre-selection application regulations are published in Italian, English, Russian and Chinese. In case of controversy only the Italian version should be considered valid. Article 1 The Academy is open to male and female Italian and foreign opera singers who are aged 18 or over on 16th August Article 2 Admission is exclusively through online pre-selection or live auditions which will be held in Italy and abroad.
Article 3 Admission to the online pre-selection is only via email. A passport-size photograph JPEG format. An up-to-date copy of professional resume maximum two pages in Italian or English. A video of the maximum duration of 12 minutes, featuring 2 arias in their original language, filmed in frontal view in two separate tracks. One must be in Italian and should preferably include a recitativo and cabaletta. High quality audio and video should be used.
The arias should be accompanied by piano or orchestra; unaccompanied tracks will not be accepted.
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The submitted recordings are confidential. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Article 4 The live pre-selection timetable will be published at a later date. In order to obtain any information they may need, applicants may contact: info axu. In order to obtain any information they may need, applicants may contact: mail uskon. Article 5 By submitting an application for pre-selection the candidate unconditionally accepts the decision of the examining committee, which is final.
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January 1, to April 15, Very Good in three quarter black leather and black pebbled cloth; spine brightly gilt with decorative compartments and five raised bands; boards with gilt borders. Illustrated throughout, including full-page plates on thick paper. Contains Anthony Trollope's The Claverings, among many other prominent works.
Large octavo, thick. Interior in excellent condition.
With attractive bookplate of J. Frazer Whitehead. Reprint of the second edition. Decorated with illustrations by Hugh Thomson. With an Introduction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie.
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Top edge gilt. Reprint of the first edition. Interior in excellent condition, clean and bright, and illustrated with frontis portrait and vignette. All edges gilt.
Previous owner bookplate. Tall octavo.
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