Another Voice Blog

Thoughts from the GROW Voice Studio

About

I am Gina Razón, principal teacher at GROW Voice, a Boston-based Voice and Speech Studio.

I’ve taught voice for over sixteen years in private, community and academic settings.  In 2013, I gave a TEDxCambridge talk entitled Learning to Breathe Again.  During my talk prep, it became clear that I was in a position to address the needs of many more singers and speakers using my unique approach to structural alignment and marshaling the body’s natural tendencies.

This blog is an ode to the human voice and the body which holds it.  I believe in the power of the human voice.  It is my lighthouse.  I also believe that it isn’t a power limited to the naturally gifted but the right of ALL who use their voices to communicate.  My goal is to demystify the voice and tempt you into a relationship with the craft of voice use.

I live in Boston with my husband, daughter, cat, and dog and can be found singing absent-mindedly all over town.

I hope you enjoy the blog but more importantly, I hope to come to believe in your voice.

Bio:

As a performer, mezzo-soprano Gina Razón is recognized for her versatility, physicality, and the rich warmth of her instrument. She shifts effortlessly between the opera house and the concert hall, expressing her unique blend of musicality in movement, timing, and dramatic intensity. Embracing diverse roles, Ms. Razón radiates an uninhibited flow of emotion exploring the nuances of the human condition. A gifted recitalist, Ms. Razón infuses the song recital with a sense of immediacy and vitality. She particularly enjoys new compositions and both Latin American and twentieth-century literature.

Past teaching experience includes private voice for non-major voice students and Creativity for the Voice, a four-credit voice class, at the University of Denver; lead teacher for the Singer-Actor Weekly Workout; music and opera appreciation; general music and acting instruction in the K-12 setting. She has been trained in vocal pedagogy (including the teaching of young voices), private studio instruction, movement, acting (Stanislavski, Balk, Viewpoints); theater pedagogy, public speaking, entrepreneurship, Alexander Technique, diction, and repertoire selection.

Ms. Razón holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master of Music from the University of Denver. She is a full member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, and The Voice Foundation.

 

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