#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The Mobile Tele Systems company together with the Russian Institute of Theater Arts – GITIS – will hold preliminary auditions for schoolchildren in the region as part of the Generation M federal creative social and charitable project.
The auditions will be held on April 8 and 9 in full-time format at the Krasnoyarsk Children’s Art School No. 8. The most worthy candidates who have passed the test can be recommended for admission to GITIS.
The preliminary auditions for the acting department of the largest theatre university in Europe will be conducted by GITIS teachers: Andrey Oganyan, senior lecturer at the department of acting skill, and Edita Tibilova, teacher at the department of directing and skill of musical theater actor.
Also, for schoolchildren in grades 8-11, GITIS teachers will hold a career guidance master class, where they will talk about the choice of repertoire, appearance, about the masters recruiting students, and the timing of the admission campaign.
Pupils and graduates of music schools, clubs and studios aged 15 to 18 can become participants in auditions. The guys planning to participate in auditions need to prepare a performance – read a poem, a prose passage, a fable.
About the Generation M project
The project combines the idea of developing the creative abilities of children from the regions of Russia and charitable mechanics. On the main online platform of the project pokolenie.mts.ru, children from all over the country can show their talents by participating in competitions, master classes and interactive exercises from Russian stars in various areas. MTS converts all activities in groups and on the Generation M website into money and transfers them to the treatment of seriously ill children.
The Russian Institute of Theater Arts – GITIS – is the largest theater university in Europe, which recently celebrated its 140th anniversary. More than 600 students from all regions of Russia and from abroad study today at eight faculties: acting, directing, theater studies, choreography, musical theater, new areas of stage arts, scenography and production.
Last year, after trials for admission to GITIS, a graduate from Norilsk was recommended for entering the institution.
Text: Ekaterina Maximova, Photo: istockphoto.com and MTS