Maryline Guitton

Performer, Singer, Author-composer
Lives in Paris, France
Roy Hart Voice Teacher since 2012

I imagine teaching voice as accompanying someone on his or her journey into the self, which in turn opens him or her to the world. I guide individuals and groups on a creative journey to develop intuitive listening by awakening body and sensory awareness, thus opening an inner space for aesthetic, emotional and musical landscapes. It’s magical when a student feels the presence of something greater than himself and exclaims: ‘It feels like it’s not me singing!’

Born in 1973, Maryline Guitton teaches voice in Paris at professional actor training schools (Blanche Salant, Enfants Terribles, Point Fixe, Berlize), voice art-therapy for teenagers with learning disabilities (Cours du Pont de Pierre), and gives private voice lessons to beginners and professionals.

She is also a voice coach for films and music, dance and theatre productions. She performs regularly as a singer and actress in physical theatre and improvised music performances. In 2007 she created and performed a one-woman show about mermaids, directed by Enrique Pardo. On April 29th, 2016, she released Chrysopée, a self-produced 12-song album of original songs.

Maryline Guitton has trained with Kaya M. Anderson, Jonathan Hart-Makwaia, Carol Mendelsohn, Enrique Pardo, Linda Wise and Liza Mayer.
She speaks French and English.


E-Mail: maryline.guitton@hotmail.fr

Website Maryline Guitton, https://marylineguitton.fr/

Videos about her voice teaching

Shop, Chrysopée, CD or mp3 album, 12 songs, Essaim, 2016,
Also on Deezer, Spotify, Itunes…

Videoclip, Cariatide by Chrysopée, 2016, https://youtu.be/jerv4L1u7EQ
Videoclip, Pomme d’amour by Chrysopée, 2013, https://youtu.be/0y0RER0rGDE
Video, Sororité, excerpts of concerts, 2012, https://youtu.be/IQl1z7c358