Charlotte Xerri
EMT: 2005
EMCI: 2011

Specialties: Singing, Speaking
Languages: English
+44 (0) 1273517363

Charlotte enjoys sharing her many years of experience with the Estill Model; working with West End singers and musical directors as well as voice/singing teachers from the major institutions and vocal health professionals. She is the founder and Director of Voice Your Potential® Ltd producing voice related training & events. These include annual 5 Day Estill Voice Training Level I & II courses in London, Leeds and Brighton, Estill Figure Proficiency (EFP) and Estill Master Trainer (EMT) Certification Pathways and other courses attracting participants from the UK, Europe and globally. Charlotte also coaches ONE2ONE sessions in central London and via online video. Charlotte has testing privileges to examine for Estill Voice International. As President of the Estill International Certification Advisory Board her contribution to the Estill Voice Training Certification Manual led to updates in both terminology and procedures She’s had a varied career in performance and music/vocal education. As a performer she has worked in opera, as a session singer and extensively as an oratorio soloist. As a voice educator, clients include CPL Productions for Sky TV, Native/19 Entertainment, Map Entertainment, Jimmy Hogarth/Kid Gloves, Royal Bank of Scotland, GlaxoSmithKline, Goldsmiths College London, Brighton University, Urdang Academy & Toastmasters, BRICTT (Brighton Academy of Contemporary Theatre Training), The World Voice Expo.I & II in Poland, Chichester University & Northhampton University. Always eager to build upon our understanding of vocal function, Charlotte has collaborated both in the UK and abroad with speech & Language specialists including Sue Jones, Consultant SLT in Professional Voice Rehabilitation and author of Laryngeal Endoscopy & Voice Therapy A Clinical Guide. As part of research teams Charlotte took part in exploring new and exciting research using state of the art technology at The Ohio State University USA and at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust UK, continuing to build upon our understanding of vocal function.

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