Artistic vocal training at the Studio for Vocal Interpretation (SVI)
Josef Protschka voice lessons, creating a balance between intellect and emotion.
Unlike many vocal teaching concepts that deliberately separate technique from expression, the SVI focuses on the overall artistic performance from the very beginning.
The creative interpretation and individually adapted intensity of expression that naturally balances intellectual and emotional considerations.
Specifically, this means all intellectual factors are duly considered, but always with the sole aim of bringing about emotional richness and a truthful presentation. Especially in these times of musical diversity and competing forms of expression, classical singers must not content themselves with disengaged virtuosity, vain enjoyment of vocal prowess, and the mere production of beautiful sound.
Now more than ever before, the determining factor for success and professional perspectives for classical singers is whether they are able to present a musical message that displays all artistic means of expression in equilibrium, and thus reach the hearts of their audience directly.
Prof. Josef Protschka, director of the SVI, has been celebrated both by the press and the public for his high vocal standards, as well as his intensity of presentation and interpretative intelligence. His personality and experience ensure the implementation of the described concepts.
By train from Cologne central train station: towards Mönchengladbach, get off at the 2nd stop (Pulheim) after about 12 minutes, then follow Bergheimer Straße from behind the station for about 8 minutes (outbound), then take the 3rd street left into Sonnenallee, and the 2nd street right into Malvenweg.