Vocal Coach

Singing lessons and Vocal coaching 

mediterraneo 2013, bologna

Teaching for me is much more than shape a voice: I love to create the condition for people to sing together, beyond and taking inspiration from their cultural background and geographic origins. Singing is a way to bring to the surface people’s truth and inner needs for expression. When I lead a singing group, I am just a tool between the music and the people, I steps aside and observe the magic happens.

Same when I guide a voice to blossom during individual sessions. The focus is always to step out of stereotypes and fixed ideas, working joyfully and open to possibilities. During the many years fo experience, I have learn that you can bring someone to practice and deep their instruments only though joy and fun. 



















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I have started to teach singing and work like vocal coach when I was very young. It was 2004 and in this long period I have developed my personal stile, years by years with children, adults, actors and musicians. Teaching is part of my vocal art.


My teaching activities are:

– Individual singing lessons/ vocal coach (available also ON-LINE)

 – Improvisation workshop and choir

– Vocal coach for actors or any kind of speakers (teachers etc.)

– Music workshops for babies

RAMBLING VOICES, the experimental choir (stable group in Berlin and workshop everywhere in the world)


Contact me for info: elisabettalanfredini@gmail.com

Pic: Rambling Voices Choir recording session 2020


A picture and two videos from the student performance “Mediterraneo, acque che raccontano” that I directed in 2012 in Bologna at International Museum of Music. 



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