For students, teachers, and teacher candidates, introductory workshops offer solid curricular connections while also providing an artistic and motivational individual and team-building experience. Workshops can be created for groups of all skill levels, and can be crafted to complement your unique needs. You and your students can explore singing, movement, drama, and/or design with professional artists, either in your own classroom or during a visit to the COC.
"This thrill and appreciation of opera (and of all art forms) is a critical part of an education curriculum which ensures an understanding and appreciation that in art and music, one can find inspiration, joy, escapism, awe and humanistic insight – which to me, are all very necessary elements of character development.” Teacher, Dundas Public School
Combine your workshop with a tour of the Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre! Call Vanessa Smith, School Programs Manager, at 416-306-2392 for details.
Introductory and Custom Workshops
Grades/Age Range: School groups from K – 12, teachers
Location: Your location or the Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, 227 Front St. E.
Details: Schedules, content, duration, locations: customized for each group
Cost: Starts at $175 (including HST) and varies according to length, location, content
Booking: Submit an inquiry form online or call Vanessa Smith, School Programs Manager at 416-306-2392
Please note: Workshops require six to eight weeks planning time from initial inquiry
A student works with an artist-educator during an introductory design workshop. Photo: COC @ 2011