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Singing Handel with Rosa Mannion

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Jackdaws Tutor Rosa MannionSinging Handel
with Rosa Mannion
Accompanist: tbc

Friday 4 May – Sunday 6 May 2018
Level: Advanced
Fee: £220

Course No. 3279
Solo Study Course

Explore and celebrate some of Handel's wonderful arias with an aficionado of his music. We will look at the dramatic intention behind them as well as experiment with decoration, style, and deal with the technical issues they highlight.

Rosa has sung with opera companies throughout Europe and beyond, and is Professor of Vocal Studies at the Royal College of Music.

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Location
All courses are held at Jackdaws in the village of Great Elm, a small village to the west of Frome in Somerset, approximately 30 minutes drive from Bath. Frome Train station is just 3 miles from Jackdaws with direct trains from Bristol, Bath, Cardiff and London.

Deposit
A £50 deposit is required to secure your place on this course.

Course Fee
The Course Fee is inclusive of all meals, refreshments and tuition at Jackdaws, except Breakfast which is included in the separate B&B cost.

B&B
Accommodation is payable in addition to the Course Fee. B&B rates start at £39 per night (single room, shared bathroom) and from £49 (en suite, subject to availability) booked through Jackdaws. Please let us know your requirements when booking on a course.
B&B rooms are located in friendly family homes and local Guest Houses, and are either within walking distance or a short drive away (5 – 10 minutes).

Meals
Please let us know at the time of booking of any dietary allergies or if you require a vegetarian menu, and we will be happy to accommodate. Meals are lovingly prepared on site by our cooks.
Breakfast is the only meal served at the accommodation; all other meals are provided on site at Jackdaws.

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