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The Centre for Opera Studies in Italy gratefully acknowledges the generous founding support of The Bel Canto Foundation for Italian Heritage and Opera.

COSI 2018 Program:
June 13 - July 15, 2018

52nd International Vocal Competition 's-Hertogenbosch Preliminary Round, in Sulmona's "Maria Caniglia" Opera House:
June 23, 2018

COSI Academy:
July 5 - July 15, 2018

Opera Chorus Program:
July 1 - July 15, 2018

Opera Creation Lab for composers and singers:
July 5 - July 15th, 2018.

COSI 2018 presents:
W.A. Mozart - Le Nozze di Figaro J. Haydn - Il Mondo della Luna G. Puccini - Gianni Schicchi Dean Burry - Il Giudizio di Pigmalione (World Premiere)

COSI 2018 Applications remain open for video applicants

Apply today!

Support the Centre for Opera Studies & Appreciation

The Centre for Opera Studies and Appreciation is a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization that trains opera students and emerging opera professionals while building and educating new audiences.

Your can support young COSI artists with your donations. Read below, and play an operatic role!


COSI Alumni: mezzo-soprano Emily D’Angelo (Nerone) and soprano Caitlin Wood (Poppea) in COSI 2014’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea. EMILY D’ANGELO was a winner of the 2016 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, and first place winner of the 2015 Canadian Opera Company Centre Stage Competition. CAITLIN WOOD was the recipient of the 2016 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta’s Arts Award. First, they attended COSI 2014, and built upon their skills and effectiveness.

Create New Artists, Extraordinary Performances, & Warm Memories.

Join the COSA family of generous supporters. Play a leading role for exciting young artists and emerging opera professionals in training. To make a donation or to arrange a monthly contribution please click here to visit COSA’s “Canada Helps” profile. Tax receipts are provided through this online service.

Charitable Donation No: 84421 3868 RR0001


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