Viennese music in Givat Shmuel

Soprano Sylvia Greenberg holds a workshop for aspiring opera singers.

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December 26, 2013 10:39
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Syvia Greenberg with husband David.. (photo credit: Gabriel Aronson)

 
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There’s a lot that goes into getting a musician out there on to the stage, to proffer his or her skills, talents and nous to an expectant audience in the most professional and credible manner.

That, and more, is what soprano Sylvia Greenberg intends to convey to eight budding opera singers from December 29 to January 4, as part of the inaugural Tel Aviv-Vienna Vocal Connection program.

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