I believe that everyone has a beautiful unique voice, which is a mirror of one’s true self. Anyone who loves music can learn to sing; the process of learning is finding and expressing that inner voice without fear.
In the 21st century, when information is accessible to all, there is not one school that has the ultimate technique; one (student and teacher alike) should pick and choose from what works best for them. All aspects of singing are addressed in the studio:
- Anatomy & vocal health
- Projection & resonance
Select Voice from the left menu to read about those subjects in detail.
Goals (technical or others) are defined with and for each student and the work is aimed towards them. Then new goals are defined. I believe that constant, diligent and efficient hard work is the key to success. As art is never perfect, the journey is never-ending, so the student should enjoy the process.
Sharing knowledge and my experience gives me great pleasure. Helping a student find her/his true sound is a highly rewarding experience, often more moving and exciting than a professional performance. My personal aim in teaching is transforming a student into an independent responsible artist, aware of his/her merits and faults. It’s true that even experienced singers need voice lessons and an external ear, but not as often - and that is my goal.
In addition to my vocal training, I have studied Alexander Technique, the Feldenkrais Method and underwent speech therapy treatment based on the method of Emil Froeschels; all of which helped me to achieve efficient vocal function and better posture.** Disclaimer: I am neither a speech therapist, nor an Alexander Technique teacher nor a Feldenkrais Method practitioner and I do not treat nor teach those methods. From my own positive personal experience with those methods - I encourage my students to study / be treated using those techniques with qualified therapists / teachers / practioners only.