Patricia Caicedo incorporates her knowledge of the human body and mind in their teaching and believes that the process of discovering the own voice is a process that brings spiritual and human growth. An experienced vocal coach, Patricia offers lessons to students of all skill levels and voice ranges. She also trains people in public speaking and effective communication.
An experienced performer, Patricia brings all of her experience to her teaching. Her training as a physician, singer and speaker gives her a very unique set of tools to help the student achieve his or her goals.
In her area of expertise, the Latin American and Iberian vocal repertoire Patricia has presented master classes in such institutions as: University of California Irvine, University of California Riverside, University of Delaware, New York University, Queens College, Saint Olaf College, Cal Poly, Texas Christian University, University of Texas as Dallas, University of Texas at Austin, Keene State College, Florida State University, University of South Florida, Wake Forest University, Gordon College, Brigham Young University, Loyola University, Teachers College of Columbia University, Universidad de Caldas, Orquesta Filarmonica de Bogota, and the Barcelona Festival of Song among other institutions.
Patricia is a member of National Association of teachers of Singing NATS, New York Singing Teachers Association NYSTA, and an honorary member of the Brazilian Voice Teacher Association (ABCanto). She is the Founder and Director of the Barcelona Festival of Song, a two-week summer training program focused on the history and interpretation of the Latin American and Spanish vocal repertoire now in its 15th year.
Patricia is available for workshops, private lessons, master classes and lectures about the Latin American and Iberian vocal repertoire in Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese. She also offers classes of stage presence, public speaking and the use of the voice for executives, teachers, and people who need to project their image and voices in the best way.