About the Program

Israeli soprano Sylvia Greenberg and American pianist/conductor David Aronson have been working and performing together since meeting in Zurich in 1978. Whether working individually or as a team, Greenberg’s technical expertise and Aronson’s interpretive approach combine to offer young singers (and pianists!) a unique, well-rounded learning experience. In addition their international background allows for exceptional insight into preparing a career in Europe, with tips and advice on auditioning, agents, young artists programs, etc.

Their focused yet light-hearted approach has met with great success among both students and teachers throughout the world.

In addition to being invited to teach at various institutions, the artists – together with soprano Rosemarie Danziger – founded the Vienna-Tel Aviv Vocal Connection, a young singers’ workshop in Israel.

We invite you to get in touch with any inquiries!

HAUSMUSIK
Hausmusik

David and Sylvia have released an album of Lieder based around past residents of their apartment building in Vienna. Included are songs by Bruno Walter, Erich Korngold, and Gustav Mahler.

Where We’ve Taught

North America

Cleveland Institute of Music
Academy of Vocal Arts, Philadelphia
Manhattan School of Music, New York
Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam, NY
Sarah Lawrence College, New York
University of Miami, Florida
University of Michigan
UCLA, California
UC Santa Barbara, California
Chapman University, California
Carleton University, Ottawa

Australia

ArtSong New South Wales, Sydney
Melba Opera Trust, Melbourne
University of Melbourne
West Australia Opera, Perth

Europe

University of Miami Summer in Salzburg, Austria
EVTA Congress Feldkirch, Austria
Wiener Meisterkurse, Austria
National Music Conservatory, Bucharest, Romania
Musica Mallorca, Spain
Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Lübeck, Germany
Opernakademie Schloss Henfenfeld, Germany
The Israeli Opera, Tel Aviv, Israel
The Reykjavik Academy of Vocal Arts, Iceland