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Singers

BASAK Z.

Basak is an experienced recitalist and performer with operatic and chamber ensembles around the world. She has offered singing and piano workshops and taught as Visiting Assistant Professor in UK, USA, Turkey and Italy. She has been teaching for 20 years. Recently, based upon the high demand for concerts and recitals, she has extensively toured Europe and United States and appeared as the guest soloist of Brooklyn Metro Chamber Orchestra. Her recent performances in New York were Contessa La Nozze di Figaro, Jessy Mahagonny Songspiel, Pamina The Magic Flute; and also in Italy as a soloist of the Orchestra Filarmonica Campana and the Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese. During her vocal studies, she was awarded the 3rd Prize at the 41st International Choral Competition C.A. Seghizzi, in Gorizia and she sang the lead roles in Purcell’s Dido & Aeneas, Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia with ICMA awarded Bilkent Symphony Orchestra. As a grant winner of the Italian Institute of Culture, she studied at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana Siena, where she joined the vocal studio of renowned soprano Raina Kabaivanska. She had also the opportunity to attend masterclasses of Leone Magiera and Maestro Luciano Pavarotti. Her recent highlights in opera have included Eugenie Onegin as Larina in Moscow Opera Festival, La Boheme as Musetta in Jerusalem Opera Festival, Macbeth as Lady Macbeth and Elektra. She also worked as the Musical Director in Broadway Project with acclaimed Broadway conductor Phil Reno, who recently conducted famous musicals “Cats” and “Something Rotten”. She has given concerts in prestigious musical centres of Europe and the United States such as Palau de la Música Catalana, Community Theatre of Modena, Amfiteatre Caixa de Sabadell, Neuschwanstein Musical Theatre, BAM Opera House. She currently works as a vocal instructor and continues to give frequent opera performances, recitals, concerts and chamber repertoire across the world.
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Lina P.

Lina gained her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Opera and in Music education from Klaipeda University Academy of Arts, Lithuania. Lina has performed and studied in conservatoires across Europe, including the Vimmerby folkhögskola in Sweden; the Conservatorio di Musica S.Giacomantonio Italy, coached by acclaimed Soprano Annamaria Dell’Oste and at the Siauliai Conservatoire of Music. Lina Puidokaitė's warm vocal quality as a lyric soprano has led her to perform leading roles including Dorabella in W. A. Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte, Amina in V.Bellini’s La Sonnambula, and Lucy in G. C. Menotti’s L'Amour à trois. Lina has extended capability in classical piano and guitar, and other repertoire includes songs and arias from G.Rossini; P.Tosti; W. A. Mozart; G.F. Händel; V. Bellini; as well as contemporary songs such as V. Palermo’s Frammenti del tempo. She is a multi-talented musician that teaches singing, piano and guitar. Singing and piano being her main instruments, Lina can also teach guitar up to Grade 5.
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Valerija I.

She gained a Bachelor's degree in music at the University of Huddersfield and Masters at London College of Creative media after graduating from a conservatoire in Lithuania. She is a singer and a piano player. She has performed at festivals, and concerts and organised independent gigs around the UK as well as Lithuania. She has worked with various bands, experienced in arranging, workshopping and teaching vocals. She specialises in pop, jazz and rock vocals. Focuses on each student's needs and goals, whether it's wanting to learn how to belt, execute runs with ease or find an individual sound and style in singing. Accentuates the importance of improvisation and variations in singing, hence whilst teaching vocals, digs into the understanding of harmony, chords, key changes, and structure, in other words - music theory. She is experienced in teaching singing and piano. She makes sure to help her students with songwriting & creativity and finds ways to inspire each individual to create a special bond in music.
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