-Fourth year student of the School of Music of UFMG, graduating in singing voice studies.
-Active soloist and choir member of classical repertoire(Operas, Oratorio and Chamber Music), as a tenor.
-Tenor singer of acapella vocal quartet Libertas, based on Belo Horizonte, Brazil
-Researcher and performer of folk songs of the world.
-Researcher of voice teaching methods.
I'm passionate about music, a language shared by every group of people that walked on this planet!
My proposal of study is the idea is that the word "talent" actually blocks people from learning. Specially strong on the music field, the definition of "talent" became something so powerful and so influential, that most people won't even try to make music, or art, or even study any subject that needs "talent".
I want to propose new methods of teaching singing, or any subject, which disregards the need of "talent". To prove that with the correct approach, anyone can sing, or make music. And maybe, propose the nonexistence of the current definition of "talent".
By studying the different world songs, and using the most accessible and ancient musical instrument (the voice), this knowledge, once firm, can be passed down easily, and I hope to find good answers!
Learning methods, music, voice teaching, world music, anything
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