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 coaching session or consultation! Sessions are available both online and offline for consultation and diction work.
Recent Blog Posts:
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a soloist in an ensemble of a German Opera house? I recently caught up with mezzo-soprano Nina van Essen who has been at Staatsoper Hannover since 2019, and she was happy to share some wisdom that she has picked up so far along the way.
How do you achieve this if you are not singing in Italian? More specifically, how do you accomplish this while singing in French? Without diving into the numerous French liaison rules, here is a quick explanation of three different ways you can link words in your French singing.
Being a collaborative artist is very rewarding. It is like a calling for most of us, and we would never want it any other way! As a singer, you will always need a collaborative pianist. Hopefully these tips will help you in building this important relationship.