Masterclass with director Timofey Kulyabin

Musica non grata introduces a unique workshop for students of drama, opera singing and directing - Masterclass with director Timofey Kulyabin. Timofey Kulyabin is a two-time winner of the Golden Mask Award and is currently staging Franz Schreker's opera Der ferne Klang (The Distance Sound).

Saturday, March 26 2022 / 13.00 –17.00
Státní opera

Dates

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Sat 26/03/2022
1.00 pm
State Opera
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Topics

  • Practical exercises according to the Stanislavski method
  • Body language and movement on the stage
  • The basics of communication with the director
  • The casting process: What the director wants to see and hear

Who should apply: students of drama, opera singing and directing (AMU, JAMU, 4th- 6th grade of conservatories).
Workshop language: English
Send your application by March 23 to Tereza Dubsky: t.dubsky@narodni-divadlo.cz

The workshop is free of charge.
Workshop capacity: 30 pax (15 active participants, 15 passive participants)

If you participate at the workshop you can also visit a performance of Der ferne Klang on March 26, 19.00 at the State Opera.

Timofej Kuljabin

Theatre and opera director Timofey Kulyabin is one of the most talented Russian directors of the last decade. He is a winner of many international awards, including two Golden Mask Awards for "Production of the Year" (Onegin and Three Sisters) and two nominations (Macbeth and KILL). In his home theater Red Torch in Novosibirsk (principal director since 2015) he has created a number of productions representing a bold interpretation of classical texts by Chekhov, Ibsen, Gogol, Pushkin, Lermontov and others. He regularly collaborates with drama theaters in Munich, Zurich, Berlin, Riga, St. Petersburg, Moscow and now Prague. He made his debut as an opera director in 2009 with the production of Prince Igor at the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theater, where in 2014 he also staged Wagner's Tannhäuser. The production resulted in a political scandal sparked by local Russian Orthodox church officials, and had to be withdrawn from the repertoire after four performances. Nevertheless, the production won the Audience Award. He staged Don Pasquale (2016) and Rusalka (2019) at the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, Rigoletto at Wuppertal´s Opera ((2017) and the double title Wedding / Oedipus Rex (2019). Franz Schreker's opera The Distant Sound will be his directorial debut at the National Theater. This year he is also preparing a performance of Macbeth at the Schauspiel Frankfurt, the premiere of Chekhov's Platonov at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin and a project with Ingeborg Dapkunaite and John Malkovich at the Daile Theater in Riga.

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