The Operosa Academia, Young Artists’ Educational Program is developed with Master Classes, Workshops, Productions and Lectures in topics varying from vocal technique, history and periods of opera to career management and debates about current music business and art funding. Featuring renowned international guests this program is a platform from which young artists can gain important direction in their careers within the performing arts.
The Operosa Academia Educational Program is actively seeking to collaborate with local Music Schools and Academies as well as Business Schools and aims to develop exchange between the arts and music business today.
Since 2013 Operosa is offering the Academia Vocational Qualification Program. It is a work related qualifications course based on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) of BTEC Specialist Performing Art Certificate and Diploma. It gives learners the additional knowledge, understanding and skills they need to prepare for employment. They also provide career development opportunities for those already in work.
Qualifications are offered in the disciplines of Singing and Repetiteur.
Operosa also runs individual coaching sessions for singers in repertoire, style, language or vocal technique. Sessions are available by appointment and can be booked by contacting the Operosa Academia Coordinator.
"For the third consecutive year, students from Exupery High School participated in the organization of the Operosa Evksinograd Festival 2010. Unique event dedicated to opera not only in Bulgaria but also in the Balkans. Its purpose is to promote talented young opera singers and to reveal opera in all its beauty in a modern way. This year Operosa is honored to support the work of the "Angelia" foundation created to support children with cancer and their families in Bulgaria. Students accepted their responsibilities and tasks with a great enthusiasm. They enjoyed communicating with the entire creative and technical team as well as seeing in practice the organizational aspect of an event of this magnitude."