ENTER THE 2016 RMP ARIA COMPETITION and JOIN SING YOUR OWN ORATORIO

Deakin Edge, Federation Square

The 10th RMP Aria Competition Final
Sing Your Own Oratorio (Vivaldi Magnificat)
Deakin Edge, Federation Square

 

PROGRAM:

Selected Oratorio Arias and Recitatives

Antonio Vivaldi Magnificat in G minor (RV 610)

The Finalists of the 2016 RMP ARIA will battle it out for the chance to win thousands of dollars worth of cash, professional photography packages, language coaching and various other prizes – as well as future engagements with the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic.

Each singer will perform a short program of arias and recitatives from the world of oratorio, accompanied on piano by outstanding pianist and RMP Principal Accompanist Stefan Cassomenos. A distinguished panel of judges will decide over $5000.00 worth of cash prizes, as well as other awards including language coaching and professional photographic packages and future performance opportunities with the RMP.

At the end of the Final, RMP Chief Conductor Andrew Wailes will direct a full scale performance of Antonio Vivaldi’s sparkling Magnificat in G minor, featuring over 150 voices of the RMP Oratorio Festival Choir, the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra and soloists.

Tickets include a free champagne reception at the conclusion of the evening, where audience members have the chance to meet the finalists, adjudicators, orchestra, choir and conductor.

A gala event, not to be missed!

Stefan Cassomenos Official Accompanist

Andrew Wailes Adjudicator (Chair) and Conductor

Other Guest Adjudicators to be announced

Peter Bandy Compere

RMP Aria Finalists

RMP Oratorio Festival Choir

RMP Orchestra

 

Online bookings via Trybooking: http://www.trybooking.com

 

SING YOUR OWN ORATORIO PARTICIPANTS REGISTER ONLINE HERE

ARIA CONTESTANT REGISTRATION FORM CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE

 

For details about entering the RMP Aria, please direct your enquiries to Andrew Wailes (RMP Music Director) via email at: musicdirector@rmp.org.au.

Sing your own oratorio workshop participants should register online via Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/MJHZ they will be contacted regarding participation closer to the day. A PDF copy of the score of the Vivaldi Magnificat in G minor can be downloaded HERE.