From the first day of the Samling Artist Programme, I was very happy with all the arrangements. I had many great tools and new approaches for my artistry in singing and the way to see the artsongs, opera and acting. Samling Artist Programme helps me to keep myself in the circle of the great artists, and is a very great family to support you and put you in the correct path
Indonesian tenor Satriya Krisna obtained his Bachelor of Arts in music in 2015, and master’s in 2017 under the tutelage of Henny Yana Diemer at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (CvA) after obtaining a degree in architecture. He then continued his training as part of the Young Artist Programme at the National Opera Studio in London (2017/18). He won Third Prize, the Audience Prize and the Student Jury’s Prize at the International Student LiedDuo Competition 2017 with duo pianist Felix Justin. In the summer of 2017, Satriya won a scholarship to attend the Verbier Festival Academy, where he performed Triquet Eugene Onegin and engaged in the Lied programme with tutors including Thomas Hampson, Sir Thomas Allen and Thomas Quasthoff. In September 2017, Satriya won the Judges’ Discretionary Prize at Fulham Opera’s Robert Presley Memorial Verdi Prize 2017. In summer 2018, he joined the Georg Solti Accademia 2018 in Castiglione della Pescaia, Italy. Recently, he played Le Mari in Poulenc’s Les mamelle de Tirésias (Les Azuriales Opera) and Don José in Brook’s La tragédie de Carmen, an adaptation of Bizet’s opera (Pop-Up Opera Company).
Photo: Satriya Krisna with leader Malcolm Martineau, Samling Artist Programme Masterclass, March 2019. Photo credit: Mark Pinder
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Samling Institute for Young Artists—through performance and learning opportunities—nurtures young classical singers and piano accompanists. From students to emerging professionals, hundreds of young artists have benefited since the charity was founded in 1996. They see their time with Samling Institute as a springboard and inspiration.