I am a voice teacher specialised in technique and solutions for professional singers and future professionals.�I come from a soloist career in classical music interrupted by a long septicaemia. I relate to Italian belcanto technique and some exercises I invented to make a step forward in the possibility of working on voices. I had results also in vocal issues of organic and functional origine, called by their doctors or speech therapists, here some results certified https://luciacossu.com/cossu-method-program/�I work in a very individualised way, and in a more generic by little classes on specific abilities and fundamentals of voice production. �I have a Conservatory degree in Classical soloist voice, I studied with some italian relevant voice teachers as Giannella Borelli, Anna di Stasio and Giovanna Canetti and attended courses and masters from jazz to chamber music and popular music or contemporary. �I did sing as soloist in prominent international Festivals and productions and I recorded the credits for Michele Placido Un viaggio chiamato amore in competition at 59th Venice International Film Festival. I have credits from some italian professional singers and the thanks for our work in the cover of Surya of Eleonora Bianchini. �For other credits just get t�o listen to the demos from not professional students in my Instagram @lucia_cossu_voiceteacher or Soundcloud. �I have some objective results on singers and not singers with issues not solved by training or therapies of excellent level.�I can work both in a very individualised way and a more generic, depending on the context (age, class, goals and level or awareness and expertise of the student or of the class). �I work on the voice for all styles, since I mostly work on the patterns and functionalities of the voice and their use in the repertoire. �I relate to Italian Belcanto and my cossumethod because it is a good reference for this technical work but I use everything that I did study and developed for voice purposes, but more difficult to label. �I am happily returning to sing something since my health issues are in remission.
I work in person and online, lessons and workshops in English, French or Italian.
You can contact me here or at cossuvoiceteacher at gmail.
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Vocal technique: relaxation, not a good idea to train only in relaxation and smoothness.

Training the voice is a complex work of opposite forces, and it does not work with the simple opposition of opposite muscles. We can think in a more complete and refined way putting the opposition on the functions so to work in some parts or in all the muscular chains and obtain not by luck all the different possibilities of voices and not strain or remain with a too limited voice.

If you are a boxeur or a sprinter will you train just in a relaxed and smooth way, as for example doing only Tai Chi? Relaxation can be useful and even fantastic as Tai Chi, but it is one of the tools possible and useful in voice training and it does not serve all the required purposes for professionals and performances or certain styles. Music and repertoire are made of different rhythms and accents and strenghts and if we do not train the system voice in a rational and precise way to be the perfect image of the music we are going to perform we will have a problem. Of course how to do that and from where and by what passages develop strengths and speeds requires great care and wisdom as in every training, but the answer always smooth and legato and relaxed is not the answer correct.

Vocal technique: some talks on fundamental questions.

My first two talks on some fundamental questions of vocale technique, often not so clear in students and singers and not clearly explained through their effects and consequencies so that they remain scary and refused in the first step. Often they are related as the fact that when you cover the sounds you will have in your sound not the effect of copertura but the disclosure of the state of your sustain and appoggio. I mean that not covered sounds have a different kind of pressure from the effective and true sustain (a true sustain always have a copertura effect), so you cover and the vocal folds do not respond anymore to the excess of pressure not correct. You will immediately hear how much the correct and true sustain is developed and the really good news is that with copertura it is safe and not tricky to develop the effective and true sustain. So if you refuse covering you will probably never develop a real and effective sustain, and this just because you were scared by the sound after copertura that was just the first step of the process and not the arriving point of the process. Many things in vocal technique present this two step process, I will try to clarify some of those for you on Istagram in my IGTV.
And the first is on copertura. 🙂

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Why you must not be scared by the covering of the sounds, the also called copertura and why if you initially feel of losing your sound it will just be a transitory phase and you will have back your sound but in a safe and healthy way. All the misunderstanding about why the sound get darker and with a lack of stamina in the first step. A series of technical talks on vocal fundamentals. I am a voice teacher specialised in technique and solutions for professional singers and future professionals. I come from a soloist career in classical music interrupted by a long septicaemia. I relate to Italian belcanto technique and some exercises I invented to make a step forward in the possibility of working on voices. I had results also in vocal issues organic and functional, called by their doctor, https://luciacossu.com/cossu-method-program/

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