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Professional performers understand the value of taking mental space before acting, even if it’s just for a split second. The difference between reacting and responding is what dictates how happy we are with how we have dealt with a situation. People with genuine authority and confidence respond, not react.
With more than two decades of performance and coaching experience, and advanced training in Australia, the UK, Europe and the USA, Emmanuella Grace has helped 1000’s of people find their voice. Utilising the skills employed on a daily basis by professional performers, her approach uniquely unifies physiological, psychological and creative elements that combine to create outstanding performances.
Emmanuella has been engaged as a voice and performance coach and consulting expert across a range of industries with clients performing with power, from the boardroom of Big 4 Banks to international stages and TED talks. Her clients range from leaders of large organisations and high profile individuals to educators, therapists, entrepreneurs and thought leaders. Strongly influences by positive psychology, Emmanuella’s coaching engages people to thrive in a way that grows their impact within their field and increases their influence.
Emmanuella’s qualifications include a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology (University of New England), Masters in Music Performance Teaching (University of Melbourne), Honors Bachelor of Music (Kingston University, London) and Undergraduate studies in Jazz and Music Theatre (Griffith University Queensland Conservatorium of Music). Emmanuella’s understanding of vocal health and physiology is supported by advanced training in Alexander Technique and Estill Voice Training Level I, II and Advanced Certificate as well as previously serving on the board of the Australian Society of Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH).
Emmanuella has performed both as a soloist and ensemble member at venues including the Sydney Opera House, Hamer Hall and for ABC Radio in Australia and Royal Albert Hall, The Barbican and BBC Radio in the UK. As a composer her music has been nominated for international awards and featured in film and advertising.