29 January  - 11 February 2017







Koh Phangan



In collaboration with Bangkok Opera





                  with the best opera masters


                                    on the one of the  greatest


       beaches  in the world!





Our Daily Intensive Program includes:



Individual sessions: voice lessons/coachings


Opera scenes class (the list of the opera scenes will be finalized and sent to everyone after we complete the registration)


Russian repertoire coachings (We strongly recommend you to prepare 1-3 Russian pieces so you have a material to work with the Russian coach)






Opera training in Bangkok Opera Theatre with an artistic director and

world name composer

  Somtow Sucharitkul (THAILAND)





Voice lessons with the professor of Bari Conservatory and

Prima Donna of Teatro alla Scala   


Sara Allegretta (ITALY)





Opera coachings with the Head of vocal department, director of the opera theater of

Brooklyn Conservatory and artistic director of Park Slope Opera (New York)


Richard Barrett (USA)





 Opera scenes class with one of the leading stage directors in Russia who worked with such big opera stars as Anna Netrebko and Dmitry Hvorostovsky


Natalya Dychenko (RUSSIA)





Coachings of Russian repertoire for non-Russian students with the professor of Yekaterinburg Conservatory, Russian repertoire coach


Lilia Polyakova (RUSSIA)




Best participants will have an opportunity

to perform with

the symphony orchestra!



Get an opportunity to work with Maestro Somtow Sucharitkul

whose operas were staged at the legendary


Registration DEADLINE is January 1th

The schedule:


Details of the trip:


There are two ways to get to Koh Phangan from Bangkok. You can choose any way to Koh Phangan that is more convenient to you. But we will prefer to travel as the organized group through Suratthani.

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More expensive and faster way:


  • Fight Bangkok – Koh Samui – Bangkok (1 hour flight, the average price of the flight (round trip) is 200$).
  •  From Koh Samui you take a ferry to Koh Phangan (30 min trip, the price is 7-10$). The schedule and the pricing of the Ferry you can look up here.


Cheaper but longer way:


  • Flight Bangkok – Suratthani – Bangkok (1 hour flight, the average price of the flight (round trip) is ~ 50$).
  •  From the airport the shuttle will take you to the pier Donsak (1,5 hour way, free of charge).
  •  From Donsak pier you take a ferry to Koh Phangan (2 hours trip, the price is 20$). The schedule and the pricing of the Ferry you can look up here

                                               Koh Phangan:


 Beauty of Koh Phangan is accented by a hilly, lush tropical jungle interior, many idyllic, long white-sand beaches and over 20 nearby dive sites.


The main disembarkation points are Thongsala and Haad Rin where you will find plenty of amazing night markets – pure heaven for foodies.


Phangan’s main claim to fame is largely due to its many Full Moon, ‘Black Moon’ and just about any other moon beach parties, with the Full Moon celebrations attracting from 10,000 to 30,000 revellers in February.




Bangkok, Thailand is a cacophony of sights and sounds that handsomely rewards urban explorers willing to get a little lost in the city. It’s filled with non-stop action, grit, character, and some of the best cheap eats in the world.


This is a frenetic jigsaw puzzle of towering skyscrapers, colorful taxicabs, motorcycle taxis, and busy pedestrians. When you visit Bangkok you discover what this diverse city—an amalgamation of old and new—has to offer. It may be a busy metropolis, but at dawn you can see Buddhist monks clad in yellow robes filling the streets. Come here and you’ll find a wide range of activities to amuse yourself, from the historical and religious to shopping, galleries, and spas.


No matter when you plan your Bangkok trip, it will be hot. The best time to visit Bangkok is from late November to mid-February. During this time, the climate is a tropical cool: humid, yet comfortable.


While you’re here, don’t miss the city’s serene temples, including Wat Pho and Wat Arun, which are two of the city’s holiest sites. By contrast, Lumphini Park, the city’s answer to New York’s Central Park, is filled with a large lake brimming with monitor lizards. And, even conservative eaters shouldn’t hold back from enjoying the city’s 24-hour street-side food stalls, which really are unique to Bangkok. And if haggling at the markets, puzzling out what you’re eating at the stalls, or the chaos in general leave you weary, don’t fret: the city’s plush hotel offerings and world-renowned spas will give you just the quiet getaway you’ll need to refresh.

What to expect from Thailand:


February is the best season in Thailand without rains and storms. Average temperature is 85’F (30’C)


Friendly locals who speak decent English




The most amazing and cheap food (Bangkok street food is considered as one of the best in the world).


Great service


Paradise beaches with white sand, palms and beautiful sea.


Unforgettable sightseeings in Bangkok


Elephant trekking


Beautiful waterfalls in the island


Great food, great food and great food!


 We’d like to make your participation

  as convenient as possible!


The full fee of the program is 1990 USD including housing!


Registration fee is 500 USD

(it's part of the full fee, the rest 1490$ you will have to pay before December 24th)


We’ll help you to find a very inexpensive airfare to Thailand


   Registration Deadline is January 1th

Spaces are limited to no more than 14 participants!

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us via email: amao.msc@gmail.com



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― Richard Branson


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