January 13, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.

Arianna Zukerman & Bryan Wagorn: Collaborative Piano Masterclass

NAC Young Artists Program

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Music Classical music Vocal Piano Masterclass

Enjoy a public masterclass with soprano Arianna Zukerman and pianist Bryan Wagorn showcasing participants of the NAC's internationally acclaimed Young Artists Program. The pianists will be exploring the similarities and differences in playing for instrumentalists and singers, and what it takes to create a successful collaboration. 

Renowned for her pure, luminous, rich soprano, persuasive performances and dramatic ability, Arianna Zukerman is considered one of the premiere vocal artists of her generation. An artist in demand internationally for concert and opera performances, Ms. Zukerman is also an avid chamber musician, and regularly collaborates with some of today’s foremost chamber players. The Washington Post says “Arianna Zukerman possesses a remarkable voice that combines the range, warmth and facility of a Rossini mezzo with shimmering, round high notes and exquisite pianissimos that would make any soprano jealous.” 

Canadian pianist and vocal coach Bryan Wagorn serves as Assistant Conductor at The Metropolitan Opera, and regularly performs throughout North America, Europe, and Asia as pianist, chamber musician, and recital accompanist to the world's leading singers and instrumentalists.

About the Young Artists Program (YAP):

The Young Artists Program, founded by Pinchas Zukerman in 1999 and now in its 21st edition, offers outstanding private instruction and chamber music coaching with additional career-related sessions and mentoring as well as performance opportunities including public chamber music concerts, public masterclasses, closed works-in-progress sessions and recitals.

The NAC’s Young Artist Program is made possible through the wonderful generosity of individual donors, corporations, and the NAC’s National Youth and Education Trust.

Performance is approximately Approximately 2 hours with no intermission.