TYCA Was founded in 2011 by Stefan Sanchez Artistic Director of The European Chamber Opera. TYCA provides a unique stepping stone to exceptional Thai OPERA SINGERS who have the potential for international performing careers. Introducing these singers in Thailand and abroad TYCA brings high quality Opera and Art Song performances to as wide a public as possible. TYCA is a non-profit making foundation and is wholly dependent on donation and subsidy.
TYCA nurtures through careful assessment and teaching. TYCA provides a master course for a small number of young and exceptionally talented singers, to prepare them for their professional careers in opera.
The course provides individual tuition at an international level and is designed to add dramatic, language and interpretative skills to refine the students' existing talents.
IN THE CLASSROOM
There is a strong emphasis on one to one coaching throughout the course.
Singers will explore different styles and periods of opera and ART SONG
The course emphasizes the importance of working as part of an ensemble
The course accelerates the development of young singers’ performing skills and increases their repertoire
Students will develop greater vocal and physical stamina as the number of hours they are required to sing each day will be gradually increased
The course includes stagecraft, acting and movement sessions.
FROM PAGE TO STAGE
Singers are offered concerts and opera roles which are designed to stretch them as artists and to explore, through performing in front of live audiences, the information acquired in the classroom. If a singer is well prepared “one performance is worth ten lessons”
INTERNATIONAL MASTER CLASSES
The series “MASTER CLASS” bringing world renowned teachers and performers to Bangkok to work with our talented young artists will commence in 2012 once suitable funding has been acquired.
TYCA liaises with concert managers and venues throughout Asia and Europe to allow our young singers a concert platform.
There are a number of schools programmes. TYCA students work actively with children in a number of specially devised workshops and performances. From single classes or ongoing course work throughout the term or school year.
TYCA students will also teach children of all nationalities through story telling and singing about various styles of Thai Classical Song Performance.
TYCA actively promotes its students to facilitate their entry into international careers or further post graduate study at European Conservatoires.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
Currently Sanchez TYCA number eight talented students however funds are extremely limited and in order to continue and extend this valuable work funds must be acquired as soon as possible.
Pimluk Vessawasdi: Jack Cholvijarn: Allyson Briner: Pitchaya Kemasingki: SIroj Sakudomkachorn: Zion Daoratanahong: Saran Senavinin: Kornkamon Ponchaitipparat