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Opera Workshop - Resources to Know

Websites and apps to explore

Aria database 

-  Basic contextual and vocal information about arias and opera roles.  


-  Current and past repertoire lists of today’s singers and opera companies, plus interesting statistics on current opera performances.  

The Opera Platform 

-  Livestream opera performances from around the world.  


-  Information and audio clips for singers of the past.  


-  Audition listings (paid subscription required).  You may find this useful when auditioning for young artist programs.


-  An app for music PDFs and digital scores.  


-  A free app that provides a tuner and metronome for your cell phone.  

Glendower Jones at Classical Vocal Reprints 

-  Source for purchasing vocal music.  The website is relatively new, but Mr. Jones is one of the most informed sellers specializing in vocal music, and can find any score you need - even if it is not listed on the website.  

Eastman Careers Library 

-  Guides for creating professional documents (résumés, cover letters, etc).  

The LiederNet Archive

-  An extensive, growing archive of texts to 137,100 settings of Lieder, art song, and other vocal pieces such as choral works, madrigals, and part-songs.

Art Song Central

-  An archive and directory of free, printable sheet music for singers and voice teachers, with emphasis on standard classical and traditional repertoire.


-  IMSLP stands for International Music Score Library Project, and is a virtual library of public domain music scores based on the wiki format. Users can view or submit compositions for free.


-  CPDL, Choral Public Domain Library, currently provides free scores to over 22000 choral and vocal works from 2000+ composers.