Links to Resources Practical Diction for Classical Singers. Text readings of songs and arias by native speakers, in-depth video tutorials, podcasts, lyric diction webinars. and 104: SDU Tutorial-Auvergnat-Baïlèro. Elizabeth Brodovitch with Ellen Rissinger. Mundo Arts specializes in Latin American and Iberian vocal music: art songs in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan and Indigenous languages.

National Association of Teachers of Singing. NATS is the largest association of singing teachers in the world, with members in more than twenty-five countries. NATS publishes the Journal of Singing, an excellent resource for singing teachers. Voice and lyric diction resources for singers and teachers: workbooks for private and class voice teaching of lyric diction languages including Russian, Latin, and English, phonetic readings, IPA handbook for singers.

An Introduction to Vocal Repertoire. A presentation designed for students and interested patrons of classical vocal music.
The sacred music of the early Christian church.
The Italian Virtuoso Solo Voice.
Bel Canto and the Italian language: Cantare come si parla.
Listening program: 1600 - twentieth century ( link to Italian texts )


quote-left Elizabeth made me feel comfortable and welcome in the classroom. I was impressed by her vast and thorough knowledge of lyric diction and languages. Her genuine enthusiasm for the work was contagious and her generosity and dedication to her students was inspiring. I owe a great deal of my success in the opera world to Elizabeth's wonderful gifts as a teacher. I would highly recommend her as a teacher for both group and private instruction. quote-right

Vivian Houle,
vocalist, improviser, song writer, Vancouver

Vocal repertoire
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