The exploration of breathing, vibration, resonance and sound forms the basis for the practice of vocal training. It unites body and voice, for instance as a somatic approximation to the “gesture” of breathing: enquiring into volume, surfaces, spaces, most notably in the thorax and belly areas. It provides insights into the different spaces of resonance and sound in the body, explores the various physical anchoring points of the voice and promotes a greater awareness of the acoustic space surrounding it.
is a voice practitioner born in Paris. Her quest for forgotten sounds and harmonies has taken her from winding Corsican roads to Poland, Ukraine, Russia and Sicily. Over the years and in the spirit of companionship, she has learned traditional Corsican, Sicilian and Ukrainian polyphonic singing. Since 2006, she has been working as a performer and researcher in the field of voice.
She is the initiator and coordinator of the voice performance collective cowbirds, the project Les Passeurs // *fish in search of water – in between tradition and fiction and of the festival scaPes – sound&choreography. She has been teaching workshops on polyphonic singing since 2015 and vocal coached the dancers of Cie. Philippe Genty for Land’s End.