Meet Sydney’s No.1 Classical Vocal Teacher – Aida Manouchehr

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As an Opera singer, singing teacher, piano teacher and music educator, Aida loves to combine her passion for music and her immense interest in teaching to help her students achieve their best in their musical experiences and performances.  In her 8 years music teaching experience, Aida has coached adults and children of all ages with different musical and cultural backgrounds, and has developed into a strong and versatile music professional.

 

Photo2Aida has studied Opera and performance in one of the most prestigious music schools in Europe; Conservatorio di musica Santa Cecilia” in Rome and has participated in several workshops and courses in order to improve her knowledge and comprehension of Italian Opera culture and singing techniques. Aida has collaborated and with several Opera companies in Italy and performed in Operas such as Gianni Schicchi (Lauretta) , La Boheme (Musetta) and also various concerts and events.
During Aida’s years studying music and working in Italy, Aida has exhibited a deep commitment to Opera. What is especially remarkable about her is the fact that not only does she have a professional knowledge of the music, she also speaks perfectly fluent Italian.

 

Photo 1Aida’s love and passion for supporting people in singing and finding their voice is
contagious. She believes vocal study is a portal to self-empowerment, healing, and balance in body, mind and spirit.  Her approach to voice training is one of providing the nuts and bolts of vocal techniques and body voice exercises. According to Aida, “the discovery of your voice is a coming home to the deepest part of yourself”. She has worked with many people of different ages in individual sessions and workshops helping them to find and express the most profound level of their being through voice and the joy of singing.

To book in for lessons with Aida, call 1300 787 697 or visit www.jumbonote.com.au

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