7-9 Abr, 2017
Application deadline: 15th March (Applications after the deadline are only accepted if places are still available and suffer a 10% of penalty on the application and tuition fees).
Max Hoehn is the first recipient of the Independent Opera at Sadler’s Wells Director Fellowship and nominee for Best Young Director at the 2016 International Opera Awards.His productions as director include Biedermann and the Arsonists (Independent Opera at Sadler’s Wells), Stephen Oliver’s The Waiter’s Revenge (Birmingham Opera Company), Handel Furioso a pasticcio of Handel arias and duets (UK Tour), Erik Satie: Memoirs of a Pear-Shaped Life (Cheltenham Music Festival) and Ullmann’s The Emperor of Atlantis (Grimeborn Festival, Arcola Theatre).From 2013-14 he assisted Graham Vick and his visionary Birmingham Opera Company on Musorgsky’s Khovanshchina and Songs and Dances of Death. Max wrote Khovanskygate: A National Enquiry, the new English translation of Khovanshchina used in the Birmingham performances, drawing on a contemporary language of election politics, social protest and religious dogma.The production went on to win Best New Production at the 2015 International Opera Awards. The same year Max took part in the Jerwood Opera Writing Programme at Aldeburgh Music as a librettist/director.Assistant Director credits include Le Nozze di Figaro, Figaro Gets a Divorce, Pélleas et Mélisande (Welsh National Opera), The Fairy Queen (Glyndebourne), Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Opernhaus Zürich), Die Frau Ohne Schatten (Mariinsky Theatre on Tour at the Edinburgh International Festival) and Tristan und Isolde (Grange Park).Plans include directing scenes for the National Opera Studio in collaboration with Scottish Opera and reviving Le Nozze di Figaro (Grand Théatre de Genève).