Free Webinar: How to Introduce Yourself

I am happy to invite you to my free webinar.

 

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When: On Saturday, May 28, at 2 pm EST
and
on Sunday, June 5, at 3 pm EST
live from Berlin, Germany.

Duration: 60 minutes.
The webinar is for beginners (not of singing of course, but of the German language).
You will learn …
– to introduce yourself to an agent or an opera house,
– to write a request for an audition to a German agency.
The webinar will be held over Google Hangouts.

You can …
– participate with questions or comments
or
– watch a live broadcast here at my blog
https://achichfuehls.wordpress.com.

If want want to participate with questions or comments,
– please send me a short notice at bernducha@gmail.com until Friday, May 27.
(First come, first serve – the number of participants is limited.)
You need
– a Google account
– a browser
– a good internet bandwidth for live streaming.
No software download is necessary.

If you just want to watch the webinar, please go to this blog and follow the live broadcast.
https://achichfuehls.wordpress.com

The host: Bernd Hendricks.
I am a Berlin-based language instructor and author of the book “Ach ich fühl’s – German for Opera Singers in Three Acts: Studying, Speaking, Singing”.

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I look forward to seeing and hearing you soon.

Published by

berndhendricks

Bernd Hendricks. Born in Duisburg, Germany. Based in Berlin. Writer, German Language Educator. I was six years old when I went to the opera for the first time. My Grandma took me to Hänsel und Gretel at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in Duisburg. The first time I met an opera singer personally was during my time as foreign correspondent in New York when at a Christmas party a baritone pelted me with questions about the language of Zauberflöte. He was preparing for his role as Papageno. After my return to Berlin in September 2010, I have been giving German lessons to singers on their audition tours. My workshops in Berlin, Vienna, and London are based on my widely read book Ach, ich fühl’s—German for Opera Singers in Three Acts: Studying, Speaking, Singing. My latest book, Die Frist ist um—Navigate the Language of 10 German Operas, takes you on a journey through the language of the most popular and often performed operas in the German-speaking countries. I am also the author of several non-fiction books and two novels.

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