Nathalie Doucet is currently available for coaching audition repertoire, for helping you with role preparation, concert work and rehearsals. With excellent knowledge of the operatic languages, she is specialized in French Lyric Diction.
A professional in the field of voice and opera for over 20 years, Nathalie Doucet has a vast knowledge of repertoire, auditioning techniques and and is a regular consultant for singers wishing to start or maintain careers in Europe. If you need help preparing auditions for opera studios or a Fest contract, or you just need advice on where to begin, book a session! Sessions are available both online and offline for consultation and diction work.
Recent Blog Posts:
Tips on learning Recitativo: Being able to sing recitatives convincingly separates the good from the great. Try following these steps the next time you learn a recitative and try to go too quickly!
A common point of confusion in French Lyric Diction is when do pronounce the -ill(es), -il(s) as a Yod [j], and when do we pronounce this double “ll” combo as just one “l” [l]. There is a method to this madness, and it is not so complicated.
Vocalic Harmonization: Maybe you have heard this term before, or perhaps it is new to you. If you are not sure about how and when to apply Vocalic Harmonization, maybe this will help you!