Therese Pitt

Born and raised in Canada. Has both Canadian and Irish citizenship and currently lives in Berlin. With over 30 years of experience as a professional actress, singer, voice teacher and coach in North America and Europe, she knows what it means to be in front of an audience. These personal experiences have increased your interest in the emotional and psychological aspects of a performance. The use of acting and vocal techniques supports the speakers and performers in overcoming obstacles, finding their own style and thus developing their full potential. The goal is not just to entertain, but to get involved - not just to speak, but to really communicate and connect with the audience.

As a business English teacher, she has also had the experience that the use of acting and voice techniques support the students in learning a new language. On the one hand, self-confidence is strengthened and on the other hand, the ability to speak in front of an audience is expanded and improved at all levels.

The representation of songs, monologues, sales pitches and speeches is similar in voice, physically and emotionally. A good preparation combined with a specific intention, an authentic style, a clear voice and in which one learns to deal with nervousness will master every form of presentation.

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