Judy Rafat, B.A. in Music (vocals), is a licensed vocal pedagogue and a member of the Association of German Singing Educators, member of the European Voice Teachers Association (EVTA). Vocal Pedagogical Certificate BDG Vocal Pedagogical Certificate BDG [/ caption] Judy Rafat is an internationally acclaimed jazz singer. A native of Canada, she studied classical music with voice and flute as a major subject and completed her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario. In addition, she completed a jazz study with a major in singing at Gerhard Mercator University. Among other things, she was also a lecturer at the University of Essen / Duisburg and the Folkwang Music Academy in Essen for many years. She is a member of the Federal Association of German Vocal Educators (member association of the European Voice Teachers Association, EVTA). She has given Vocal Master Classes throughout Europe. At the conservatory in Vienna. She has now given over 1,000 workshops – weekly and weekend classes, as well as eight summer vocal workshops in Mallorca. She has received hundreds of excellent testimonials on her courses. Her students tell how her life has been changed by Judy’s teaching. Some of these students’ voices are reproduced on this website. Many people have certainly experienced how liberating and exhilarating it is to sing. Whether professional or as a hobby, Judy Rafat – thanks to her many years of experience – has provided important vocal fundamentals. In their courses everyone learns how to develop their voices in a short time. Judy has recorded a practice CD. In the exercises, she teaches how to train his voice in the shortest possible time. You can find more about this under the menu item Exercise CD. In just eight weeks you can develop a clear, powerful and beautiful voice! -> Here you can read an article on the topic “Everyone can sing” of WAZ Online.Gesangs-Pädagogisches-Zertfikat BDG

Open Mic Sol Kulturbar
Folkwang-Musikschule, 2008
Vocal Workshop, VHS Wuppertal, 2009
Summer Vocal Workshop, Mallorca, 2009

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