Since 2004, the Georg Solti Accademia has given hundreds of singers a unique insight into Italian opera style, and over 50 young repetiteurs an immersion in their art. We want the next generation of talented singers and pianists to have this opportunity too, regardless of their nationality, background or ability to pay.
Philanthropic giving is an investment in the world around us. Here at the Accademia, your charitable giving is invested directly into the education of some of the most promising young opera singers and repetiteurs in the world. Your gift helps these young musicians to gain the training, experience, and network they need to build their careers, thereby ensuring that outstanding musicians continue to bring their talent and creativity to opera.
Each scholarship at the Accademia costs 10,000 Euros for a singer and 5,000 Euros for a repetiteur.
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The life of the Accademia is possible only with the help of a wide range of passionate supporters.
To make a gift, please contact Candice Wood (Executive Director of the Accademia).
Both the Georg Solti Accademia and the Solti Peretti Repetiteurs Masterclasses are managed by the Swiss-based foundation, the Fondation Georg Solti Accademia:
Fondation Georg Solti Accademia
34 rue de l’Athénée
PO Box 393 – 1211
Geneva 12 Switzerland
Georg Solti Accademia
c/o Studio Commerciale Nicosia
Via dei Barberi 108
58100, Grosseto Italy
The Solti Accademia, in partnership with the National Center for the Performing Arts and the Central Academy for Drama in Beijing, China, now offers an annual course in Beijing for Chinese-national opera singers, which is generously supported by Rolex. This special opportunity allows the Accademia to bring its approach to musical coaching and instruction on the Italian bel canto repertoire to young opera singers in China.
The Accademia frequently collaborates with artistic organizations and festivals around the world to offer paid performance opportunities to its alumni. It has contributed to and presented programmes at venues including: Wigmore Hall; The Verbier Festival; Carnegie Hall (with Valery Gergiev and the World Orchestra for Peace); Symphony Hall in Chicago (with Valery Gergiev); The Juilliard School; Festival Hall; Victoria Hall (Geneva); the Orchestre de Chambre de Geneve, the Morellino Classica Festival, and many more.