Egle Veltmann – vocal couch

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Egle Veltmann has graduated from Helsinki Ammattikorkeakoulu Metropolia, she majored in classical singing and vocal training (2013) and has acquired a master`s degree in school music in Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre  (2008). While studying, Egle has completed courses in pop and classical music singing as well as  liedi master`s degree program in Austria, Germany, Italy and Finland (L. Popeili, V. Slizevski, M. Franck, R. Kyykkä, E. Moser, K. Laki, C. Visca, E. Blahova, M. Hannula, H. Pellinen, T. Zylis-Gara, G. Ulrich Bormann, M. Pelo).

Egle Veltmann has been a member of The Finnish National Opera Choir since 2011 and the Estonian National Opera choir since 2013. Between 2009–2012 she sang in Savonlinna Opera Festival Choir. In addition to numerous lied- concerts in Finland, her repertoire also includes leading soloist roles in operas such as Pamina in Mozart`s „Zauberflöte”, the wife in M. Tariverdijev`s „Ožidanie”, Edelknabe in R. Wagner`s „Lohengrin”, Dorabella in Mozart`s „Cosi fan tutte”, Mrs. Grose in B. Britten`s „Turn of the Screw”, Réne in J. Benesh`s/V. Tolarski`s „Haljal aasal”.

Egle Veltmann has been working as a private vocal teacher both in Finland and Estonia since 2009. In recent years she has had the pleasure of being a vocal teacher to several choirs (the Mixed Choir of the European Capital of Culture, female choir Vero Vocale, mixed choir Siller in Helsinki, female choir Meretule in Suurupi, The Chamber Choir of  the University of Applied Sciences of Tallinn).