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Para amantes de opera lírica y cantantes líricos 










DURACIÓN: de 1 a 4 semanas 


ASISTENCIA: mañana / tarde / noche; 

de lunes a viernes 


NIVELES: de básico en adelante 


Módena, ciudad natal de Luciano Pavarotti y Mirella Freni y patria de adopción de Nicolaj Ghiaurov y Rajna Kabaivanska, representa un punto de referencia a nivel internacional para la formación de alto nivel y para el arranque de la carrera artística en el ámbito lírico. 

El curso “LINGUA e MELODRAMMA” incluye, por semana: 

- 10 horas de lengua italiana en grupo (horas de 55 minutos) 
- 10 horas de clases individuales (horas de 60 minutos) centradas en el melodrama: lenguaje operístico, análisis de libretos. 
- 1 seminario sobre melodrama o sobre la canción italiana (duración 1,5 horas) 
2 excursiones temáticas - Teatro Luciano Pavarotti, Casa-Museo y tumba de Luciano Pavarotti, Parma y la casa natal de Toscanini, visita a la Corale Rossini... 

para amantes del arte y la historia del arte 




DURACIÓN: de 1 a 4 semanas 

ASISTENCIA: mañana / tarde; de lunes a viernes 

NIVELES: de básico en adelante 

El curso “LINGUA e ARTI FIGURATIVE” incluye, por semana: 

- 10 horas de lengua italiana en grupo (horas de 55 minutos) 
- 10 horas de clases individuales (horas de 60 minutos) centradas en el arte y la historia del arte: período románico, gótico, renacentista, barroco y contemporáneo 
- 3 excursiones / laboratorios: 

visita a la Catedral de Módena, visita a los monumentos barrocos de Módena, visita al “Palacio de los Museos”, visita al Castillo de Vignola, visita al Palacio Ducal de Sassuolo; talleres sobre la técnica del calco, sobre los papeles marmolados y empavonados, sobre el diseño renacentista, sobre la técnica del gravado 

para amantes del teatro y arte de representación 




DURACIÓN: de 1 a 4 semanas 

ASISTENCIA: mañana / tarde / noche; 

de lunes a viernes 


NIVELES: de básico en adelante 

El curso “LINGUA e TEATRO” incluye, por semana: 

- 10 horas de lengua italiana en grupo (horas de 55 minutos) 
- 10 horas de clases individuales / grupos reducidos (horas de 60 minutos) centradas en el “glottodrama” (metodología innovadora para la enseñanza de las lenguas con el objetivo de integrar en la glotodidáctica las técnicas y dinámicas del taller teatral)  
- 3 actividades:

seminario sobre el teatro italiano, seminario de fonética y pronunciación italiana, seminario sobre los gestos italianos, seminario sobre el teatro contemporáneo, visita al teatro Pavarotti de Módena, visita al Teatro Farnese de Parma