Instruments: Voice

Levels: Beginner to advanced

Marco Perfetti is a singer-songwriter, voice teacher and Berklee College of Music alumnus. He started his career in Italy, winning national competitions like the Tour Music Fest, and participating to the first edition of the talent show “The X-Factor”. He graduated at the University of Pisa in “Music, Cinema and Theatre” and he also has a diploma in “Modern singing” at the Lizard Academy of Florence, and one in “Performance” at the CET (Centro Europe di Tuscolano) one of the most prestigious music schools in Italy. He worked as a voice teacher in music academies and high schools for nine years now.  He currently performs with his Boston based project Perfect Mark, and he released the album “Flesh & Voice”, for which he wrote, arranged and produced all the tracks.  Marco’s performance highlights include the Piper Club in Rome, Umbria Jazz Festival, Canadian Music Week Festival in Toronto, The Cotton Club in New York, The Independent Music Conference in Los Angeles, Noda Summer Music Fest in Charlotte (NC), Launch Music Festival in Lancaster (PA) and the Elm City Music Fest in Hamden (CT).

The voice is one of the most interesting and fascinating instruments because of its infinite variety of sounds, and for the fact that every single voice is unique. In my classes, I help students to explore their instrument beyond the simple concept of learning a melody and repeating it, showing them how to use their voice at its full potential of expression. I like to teach the technique together with the interpretation, going through every musical style. I firmly believe that there is something to learn from every genre, and I think that the listening process is an essential step to find our own personal voice.  There is a whole world hidden behind what we think “singing” is; in my class I like to guide the students through this discovery of their personal inner musical talent, in order to become a real singer and not just a mere vocalist.

Check out some of Marco’s work with Perfect Mark (#1), (#2), (#3).

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