Vocal Studies: French Art Song
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance (University of Manitoba), Opera Diploma (University of Toronto), Master of Music (University of Toronto), A.R.C.T. (Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto)
Jason Nedecky appears regularly in concert and in recital, having performed with the National Arts Centre Orchestra, the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Toronto Philharmonia, the Toronto Chamber Choir, the Aldeburgh Connection Recital Series, the Mountain View Connection Recital Series in Calgary, and on tours in Europe as soloist with Consort Caritatis. He has performed roles with the Canadian Opera Company, Saskatoon Opera, Toronto Masque Theatre, and Opera Atelier, and can be heard on the Naxos label in several recent baroque recordings with the Aradia Ensemble. Mr. Nedecky continued studies in Baden bei Wien, Austria, at the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme in Aldeburgh, England, at L'Académie Musicale de Villecroze in Provence, France, and at the Banff Centre.
Mr. Nedecky has acted as Language Coach for the Canadian Opera Company, the Luminato Festival, Radio-Canada, the University of Toronto Opera Division, and RCM opera productions at the Glenn Gould School. He teaches Lyric Diction at the University of Toronto, and has given master classes at York University and the University of Calgary. He is the author of French Diction for Singers: A Handbook of Pronunciation for French Opera and Mélodie.
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