A Special Pan-Slavic Recital
In cooperation with the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences NY

FRIDAY, JUNE 28 at 7:30pm
Bohemian National Hall
321 E 73 Str, 3rd Floor
(between 1st and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan)

The program will present selections of love’s trials and tribulations in the works by well and lesser known Slavic composers. Sung by an international cast of Opera Slavica alumni, current students and guests in original languages including Czech, Bulgarian, Croatian, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Russian and Ukrainian!
Followed by a discussion with the performers about the challenges of singing in Slavic languages.

A wine reception with Q&A.

Opera Slavica is widely regarded as New York’s preeminent training program in Slavic languages and repertoire offering young singers legitimate performance opportunities, practical, hands-on training in theatrical diction, role development, stagecraft and audition, preparation and exposure to high-level agents. The seven-week summer program culminates in a opera festival being held in New York City during the last week of August.