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Voice (music) · Singing
COURSE AND TRAINING - Bachelor of Arts in Creative Musicianship (in arrangement, singing, film music, composition and performance), at the British & Irish Institute of Modern Music (BIMM), London. - Diploma in Popular Performance Music (singing and performance), BIMM, London. - Co-founder of the Marzella folk-rock / singer-songwriter duo, created in 2009. Instruments: guitar, voice and keyboard. Concerts in Switzerland and Europe. Release of an album in 2015. - Training in the profession of "Respiratory Coordination" practitioner according to the principles of Lynn Martin and Robin De Haas. - Also passionate about theater since a young age. Member of a theater troupe. Follow classes of scenic expression. MY COURSES Suitable for everyone, depending on level and demand. My goal is to discover and improve what is already present in the student, to keep its authenticity and simply to make it stronger. The lessons are spent in non-judgment, respect, relaxation, exploration and laughter! What we can see together: - The posture and the breathing. - The technique: learn to place your voice correctly and healthily. - The scenic expression: gradually gain greater freedom by singing, and feel connected to the emotion of the piece. - The guitar, for those who wish to accompany. - The composition: develop your compositions together, whether in words or arrangement. RESPIRATORY COORDINATION Since September, I am training in the profession of practitioner of "Respiratory Coordination according to the principles of Lynn Martin and Robin De Haas". The purpose of this method is to restore the respiratory function as a whole. This work influences not only the functional state of the respiratory system, but also the person in himself. I now add this to my classes to share with you a healthy and untapped way of approaching singing, stage expression, guitar and life!
Singing · Voice (music)
Trusted teacher: How to learn to sing? To sing just and well? To answer these complex questions, I was interested in phonatory mechanisms, with speech therapists and phoniatres, I studied singing with a dozen singing teachers, I participated in many Masterclasses and trained myself in different institutions: first at the conservatories of Vaulx-en-Velin and Mâcon, then at the Regional Conservatory of Montpellier, and finally at the Haute Ecole de Musique in Lausanne where I am currently studying with Leontina Vaduva. It is first of all through passion that I want to convey what I have learned. This is felt, according to the words of my students, in my way of teaching that reconciles the rigor of art and the pleasure of singing. In my pedagogical approach, I clearly separate the vocal technique and the art of singing, that is to say the management of an objective mechanism, physical and physiological, of sound production (articulation of the language, management of the pressures subglottic and supra-glottic to achieve a pneumo-phono-resonantial balance), and the shaping of this sound to achieve musical beauty (make a beautiful "legato" line, tempo variations, nuances, etc.). ). When I start with a new student, I first make a diagnosis to determine the range of voice, the level of resonantial passages, and check the health of the larynx (tone, endurance, flexibility). The typical course begins with vocal technique exercises and ends with the work of a musical piece. I adapt my course according to the needs of each one (for example, I can start with a Feldenkreis or Alexander technique exercise, relaxation, breath, or a physical warm-up), but also according to the desires and tastes of the student (the technical part will last more or less long).
Opera · Singing · Voice (music)
Trusted teacher: Passionate about pedagogy, the most important thing I teach my students is to love music. I have been singing and playing the piano since my youngest age; and very quickly the teaching of music seemed to me natural, exciting, and enjoyable. Since September 2017 I am a student in master of pedagogy of singing at the University of Music of Lausanne. I was able, on the one hand, to confirm that it was for the teaching I was doing; on the other hand, I have learned a lot about both voice and pedagogy (in pedagogy we are talking about a wide variety of topics, such as developmental psychology, neuroscience, as well as very concrete things like work at home, or setting goals in music lessons.) How is a singing class going? Singing is a demanding art but we must never forget that it is also and above all a pleasure! Specialized in Baroque music, I nevertheless favor open-mindedness, and the discovery of a repertoire as vast as possible. Even if I'm a lyrical singer, I like the musical ... The first half of the course is usually dedicated to the work of breathing, essential for singing, and vocalizations necessary for good technical work (we will address the issues of placement of voice, support, resonance, treble ...) The second part of the course is devoted to one or more pieces. It is about applying the technical elements, but also, through the work of the repertoire, to develop your own musical personality ... Which is just as important as the technique! Regarding the piano, I propose a formula "piano and musical awakening" for children of all ages. During a class (usually 45 minutes) we do piano, solfeggio, and singing. My teaching classes have taught me that for children it is ideal to follow short activities of about 10 minutes. I have this particular year in particular several children between 6 and 9 years, and it works perfectly! They learn to play the piano one, then two hands, read the notes, read the rhythms, and we sing. They have fun and learn a lot. According to your desires, we can of course focus more on the piano (30 minutes of piano and 15 minutes of singing and solfeggio), or singing, or solfeggio. I obviously adapt to my students. During music theory, I want to help you understand the score, to make sure that, little by little, the music "speaks" to you ... and also to give you a curiosity, a desire to explore, to listen, to play .. We read rhythms, notes, solfeggio sung; but I know that music theory is a discipline rarely appreciated and I therefore do everything possible to make you playful and fun solfeggio, through many exercises, games, techniques ... because even if the solfeggio can seem boring we all know to how important is his mastery in music! It was a real joy to see each student understand, then progress! I saw each of them evolve, at their own pace, while often developing with them a relationship of trust, sometimes even friendship. I usually give classes of 45 to 60 minutes.
Singing · Piano · Opera
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English speaking singing lessons for all voice types (Geneva)
I had such a great time with Chloe ! She was so nice and helpful , she made me feel very comfortable and teach me a lot of things ! Can’t wait to have more lessons with her.
Review by BALA
cours de chant lyrique (opera) ainsi que chant variete, pop ou jazz (Annemasse)
C'était très bien, j'ai déjà beaucoup appris même si une demi heure était un peu court. :) It was really nice, I learned a lot even if half an hour is a bit too short. :)
Review by HELENE
Cours de chant: préparation d’audition, concert ou pour le plaisir (La Chaux-de-Fonds)
Très bon accueil, Noémie est naturelle. Elle se donne beaucoup de peine pour établir la confiance. Je me réjouis pour mon prochain cours.
Review by MYRIAM

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