Voice Studio Berlin
Soprano Anastasia Nikolova started her musical training at the age of 5, studying piano, drama and dance at the Bulgarian National Theater and continued it at the Longy School of Music (Cambridge, Massachusetts) as a recipient of the Janet Irving Scholarship for Vocal Studies, later completing an apprenticeship with Central Florida Lyric Opera who invited her to return as a Resident Artist with the company.
Ms. Nikolova is on the faculty of Die Etage, a performing arts college in Berlin, Germany.
Bridging the rich, long-established European musical traditions with a stellar, world-renowned American vocal training. We help you uncover your unique voice by: Offering…
– Conservatory Vocal Preparation
– Beginning, Intermediate and
– Advanced Vocal Training
– A Strong Vocal Foundation for any Singing Style
– Individually Tailored Lessons
– Supportive Instruction
– Vocal Technique based on a strong foundation of Vocal Pedagogy
– Phonetics, Articulation, and Diction
– Song Text and Poetry Comprehension Skills
– Musical Concepts and Understanding
– Collaborative Skills
– Vocal Freedom
– Tone and Voice Quality
– Pitch and Intonation
– Breath Support
– Volume and Dynamics
– Posture and Bodily Ease
– Musical Understanding
One to one lessons are individually tailored, interactive and taught in a professional, positive, supportive and creative environment.
The approach to vocal training and the art of singing is based on a clear physical/cognitive awareness and a strong vocal and musical foundation.
Weekly group classes are tailored for singers on a non-professional track, who are pursuing singing and public speaking as a hobby. The group classes aid in building solid vocal habits and improve the enjoyment of vocal use in a professional, supportive, fun environment.