Daniel Ottevaere masterclass january 2020

International vocal masterclass TRIOMPHE DE L’ART on 3-5 January 2020

The master course is given by an amazing vocal teacher Maestro Daniel Ottevaere. The number of places is limited!


Dates: 3-5 January 2020
Place: Atelier Marcel Hastir, 51 Rue du Commerce, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Application Deadline: 22 November 2019

Application date Application fee
Application until 1 November 2019 410 €
Application until 22 November 2019 460 €

Active students will work with the master teacher and a pianist. Observer students will be able to attend private classes. This masterclass is private.
The listeners/observers can be present and listen all day during the lessons of active students, but they can not record, make pictures or distract lessons or teacher. To register as listener, please, contact the organizers by email: masterclass.triomphe.de.lart@gmail.com

CONTACT AND INFO: masterclass.triomphe.de.lart@gmail.com

We are extremely honored to present Maestro Daniel Ottevaere

Daniel Ottevaere was born in Brussels. He studied singing, lyric art and melody in Brussels, in Vienna and in Castelfranco-Veneto in Italy. Then, he settled in France (Paris and then Lille) and for four years, he has studied at the School of the Opera Paris and with Daniel Delarue. He started learning with (his teacher) José Van Dam a few years ago and still is.
He sings at many opera stages such as the Opera de Paris; at the Opera de Marseille; at the Opera de Nancy; at the Opera de Bordeaux; at the Capitole de Toulouse; at the Opera de Montpellie; at the Opera de Metz; at the Opera d’Avignon; at the Opera de Nantes; at the Opera de Lausanne; at the Reggio Theatre of Turin; at the San Carlos in Lisboa; at the Seoul Art Centre; at the Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires; at the Opera des Flandres; at Ludwigshafen am Rhein; at the Opera de Monte-Carlo, etc…
He takes part in several recordings: La Jolie Fille de Perth, Le Postillon de Longjumeau, La Muette de Portici (EMI), The Beatitudes, War and Peace (Erato), Boulevard Solitude (Cascavelle) and King Arthur (Koch).
In another field, Daniel Ottevaere directed and adapted two works: Offenbach sur Canapé in 2001 and Cabaret Chauve-Souris in 2007, which are production made by the company called La Clef des Chants.
Daniel Ottevaere is really concerned with passing on his knowledge. That’s why he is a singing teacher at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris and at the Valenciennes Conservatoire. Recently, he was giving singing lessons on France Musique during Stéphane Goldet’s programme, “l’Atelier des Chanteurs”).
In 2007 and 2008, he sang in several opera recitals in France, in The Coffee Cantata and in Bach’s Cantata 85 during the Arques Lyric-Concerts Festival and during the creation of Gustav Rihm’s Vigilia, which is a Belgian creation within the context of the Bozar Season with Ensemble Musiques Nouvelles.
Recently, he appeared in a recital in Paris within the framework of the musical season of Saint Merry Church (Diabolus in Musica, Les excursions de Méphisto) and also in Nancy during “Festival Nancyphonies” with the same programme. Then he appeared in Enghien Festival des Rencontres Musicales Internationales (Belgium), in Bach’s The Coffee Cantata, directed by himself, in St Kilda opera by Graham and Dessy (Belgium and Grenoble), in a recital in Paris (Winterreise), in Normandy (Autour de Don Giovanni Eros – Thanatos), at manège.mons, Belgium, with Diabolus in Musica.
On May 7th 2009, he sang in a concert in Flagey, Brussels, with José Van Dam (Mozart, Boïto).
This summer, he has just interpreted Monterone in Rigoletto (open air Opera Festival) in Paris and everywhere in France, directed by Francis Perrin; Alasdair in St Kilda at the International Festival of Edinburgh, and he sang Shubert’s Winterreise during Nancyphonies Festival in Nancy.
He will lately perform in Switzerland in a recital whose programme will be made of Russian melodies (Chostakovitch, Tchaïkovski, Rachmaninov).

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