Founder and teacher

Music is not a choice. It is a vocation. Just as some people communicate with movements, words, others connect with the universe through sounds, rhythms and the voice.

Music has always been in my family’s blood. On my mother’s side, my great-grandmother Rosalía Garitano, was an opera singer, and she travelled Europe doing concerts. On my father’s, Lluís Millet, was the founder of the Orfeó Català, and he dedicated his life to strengthening the Catalan music.

Piano was my first pasion. Between games and fun, studying music was my favourite thing to do. Time goes different when you are a musician. At the age of 13, I started to sing. I sing home, at bars, theatres, I perform, I sing for the whole world. Soul, brazilian music and R&B are the rhythms that make my heart beat faster

I studied to be a singer and a piano player at the music school Escola de Música Moderna de Badalona, and later on, at the Taller de Música de Barcelona and with the singer Carme Canela. Music requires hours of dedication and study, that’s why I moved to New York, where I studied jazz y modern music in different schools, hand to hand with musicians such as Nancy Marano, Mercedes Hall, Jean McClelland and Justin Stoney.

Since music guides me, I ended up in Brazil, where I studied brazilian music composition and brazilian popular music interpretation, with great musicians such as Chico Pinheiro, Fatima Guedes, Paula Santoro and Zé Luiz Mazziotti.

In 2014, I became a certified voice teacher from the prestigious school from New York, New York Vocal Coaching. In 2015, I certified in Rhythm&Blues Vocals at Berklee College of Music Online. In 2016, I got the Professional Diploma in Teaching Contemporary Singing at The Voice College de Londres, England.

The dance cannot stop. That’s why I’m now getting certified as a vocal coach by the Modern Vocal Technique Institute.

There is only one thing that I like better than singing. Singing together. Perceiving the evolution of a student who learns that in order to sing, more than a beautiful voice is necessary. I lead children choirs and adults choirs with passion, I teach voice lessons and I perform with my music bands.

This is the story of my life, and I invite you to come singing with me.

Graduated in Choral Direction and Pedagogy of Singing by the Amadeo Roldán Provincial Conservatory of Havana.

Member of the vocal quartet Gema 4 (third voice, arrangements). Gema 4 has performed in various internationally renowned spaces, such as the Massachusetts Arts Festival, L’Elysée Montmartre (Paris) and The Bottom Line (New York). They also participated in the film Buenavista Social Club by the filmmaker Wim Wenders. Her discography includes, among others: Grandes boleros a capella (five stars on the list of Le monde de la Musique), Te voy a dar (Cuba’s EGREM prize for the best vocal music album of 1996).

Michèle serves as musical director and vocal coach of the Ol’Green group (finalists of the first edition of the Oh Happy Day TV3 program and ARC Artist Revelation 2014 (La Vanguardia) award. She also participated as vocal coach in the television contest Oh Happy Day 3 and, currently, she is the singing teacher of the fourth edition of the same program.
Her pedagogical curriculum includes vocal music workshops for multiple groups and events, such as the Cor de Noies de l’Orfeó Català, the Federació d’Entitats Corals de Catalunya and the Girona A Cappella Festival.




Teacher of classical and modern singing

Born in Pamplona in 1991, she began her musical studies at age 8 with the piano. Later, she studied at the conservatory ‘Pablo Sarasate’ in Pamplona and then finished her degree in singing at the Liceo Music Conservatory with the soprano Carmen Bustamante. She has received classes from tenor Raul Giménez, baritone Carlos Chausson, soprano Isabel Rey or pianists Pep Surinyac and Viviana Salisi, among others.

Within her professional career she has made her debut in theaters such as: Teatro Gayarre, Auditorio Baluarte (Pamplona) and Teatro Arriaga (Bilbao) with the opera ‘El Guardián de los cuentos’ (M.Ortega), Teatro de Sarrià (Barcelona) with «La ocasión hace al ladrón» (G.Rossini), «Il Conte di Marsico» (G.Balducci) and «El barbero de Sevilla» (G.Paisiello), Teatro de la Zarzuela (Madrid) and Teatro de la Maestranza ( Seville) with «la Revoltosa» (R. Chapí), Gran Teatro del Liceo with «Il Viaggio a Reims» (G.Rossini).
This last year she has closed the lyric dinner season of the 7 Portes Restaurant in Barcelona and made her debut at the Palau de la Música Catalana with the play «Carmina Burana» (C. Orff) with the choir and orchestra of the Grand Theater of Liceo and under the direction of master J.Pons.
Among its awards, the following stand out: Winner of the first prize in the singing category in the XXII competition for young performers of the Girona Provincial Council, winner of the first prize in the XXIII singing contest Josep Mirabent i Magrans de Sitges, winner of the Ferrer Foundation special prize and Salado in the 55th edition of Tenor Viñas contest and first prize winner in the II Josep Palet de Martorell contest.

I began my musical studies at the age of 7 with the violin, but as music became entangled in the drawing of my DNA, a new form of expression was becoming more latent, singing.
I finished the studies of a higher degree of violin at the Badajoz conservatory and the studies of a higher degree of singing at the Liceo conservatory with the soprano Carmen Bustamante.
The study of classical singing led me to the search for my own voice in the field of modern singing. In this adventure I have been illuminated by the way Viv Manning (Estill Voice Craft) and Javier Prieto, vocal coach and voice teacher, with whom I have worked based on the knowledge of motor learning, neurology, experiential learning and physiology.
My career as an interpreter has been developed highlighting the first prize of the X contest of young musicians of Extremadura in the specialty of singing or the second prize of the 1st chamber music contest city of Andújar. I have participated in various productions such as the opera studio Jaén Ópera Joven or the zarzuela La maldición del corregidor of the Infanta Leonor de Jaén theater. In the choral field I have been a member of the Choir of the Orchestra of Extremadura, of the Madrigal Choir, directed by Mireia Barrera, Ars in Nova, directed by Pere Lluís Biosca or Fónics, a project directed by the tenor Lluís Vilamajó.
Over time I have learned to define my great passion: pedagogy. I am a person who learns to facilitate learning, in continuous search for tools that make it a game and of the game, an apprenticeship, whose objective is artistic expression through our voice.


Teacher of classical and modern singing


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