This work process is based on empathy, esteem, and respect and is always strength-oriented. I understand this work as a joyous growth process that arouses curiosity and in which humor should not be neglected.
In my pedagogical work, I draw not least from my own artistic experience in manifold styles, genres, and epochs, my interest in languages and cultural history, and above all the love of music which represents the means of my emotional expression.
Singing is a simple, human impulse yet a highly complex procedure. If one’s aim ist to make the handling of the voice in respect towards the performance of classical music solid and securely reproducible, it is necessary that the intuitive be joined to the technical. If we are to be taught to use our voice correctly, if we allow it to grow and mature, we conversely need to allow the learning process to be influenced by these physiological procedures. The reciprocal effects of these interactions are intensely individual and, according to each student, must be individually determined.