A professional in voice and opera for over 25 years, Nathalie Doucet has a vast knowledge of operatic and art-song repertoire. She has an extensive expertise in auditioning techniques and is a regular consultant for singers wishing to start or maintain careers in Europe. If you need help preparing auditions for opera studios, Fest contracts or you need advice on where to begin, book a coaching session or consultation! Sessions are available both online and offline for consultation, coaching and diction work.
Recent Blog Posts:
Wondering why we are so afraid to say: “I need rest,” or better yet, why do we feel judged when we do say it? As I have been pondering this question, I feel like shedding the stigma attached to self-care.
After an extremely busy end of season, I thought it would be a nice idea to do a little diction post on this platform about one of my favorite subjects: Liaison
After years of coaching French repertoire, I have come across some difficult words which people struggle to pronounce, unless you know how to say them. There is no way to figure them out unless you are a native speaker. Pronouncing these words cannot be solved with diction rules or IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet). Let’s look at three of these particular words and some contexts where you can find them.