Voice, Breath, Songs

EPISODE #16 Lessons Learned from TEDx Zürich 2017

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Bio of the artist

Ariane loves working with people and empowering them.

She believes in integrity, gratitude and connection.

She came from a simple family in Geneva Switzerland and made her way to be a teacher at the Music Conservatory in Geneva at age 24.

In the year 2000, she took a few suitcases, her savings, quit her job and moved to New York City to study with William Riley, known for his work with Céline Dion.

She then opened her vocal practice studio in New York City, worked with recording artists, organized concerts and guided young artists in their careers, she became a booker, a manager and a coach.

She is an expert on voice and loves performances.

The process of creating is her passion; creating a song, a performance, a concert.

On November 17th, 2017 she was the speaker vocal coach for TEDx Zürich, a very successful event.

In the last few years, she has had the honour of accompanying beautiful artists like Mélanie René, Mané, Bastian Baker, Scott Irribarra, Al Pride, Arika Kane and many more for a moment on their path.

Currently she works with artists, speakers and entrepreneurs online and offline in her vocal practice in Zürich.

What she shares on this episode

When you have a vision for the following year before you it plays such an important role in pushing you to keep going and work hard to achieve all your goals. As you do this you’ll realise that the universe begins to work in your favour.

What started for Ariane as just another pointer on her vision board for the new year turned to reality. TEDx was one of the things that she would have liked to have accomplished in 2017 and little did she know her yoga instructor would help take her there. The point being, all she did was take and use every opportunity that came her way and most importantly stepped out of her comfort zone to do it.

One connection led to another. In the process she was able to help a number of speakers and was able to work with Gabriel Stoyanov an amazing dancer and Cee, a young singer from Geneva.

Her being there also gave her the opportunity to be inspired by speakers like Liska Bernet, who pioneered the set up one of the biggest independent camps for refugees in Greece. Pascal Berard, currently pursuing his PhD in computer graphics and recently made it on the Forbes 30 under 30 Europe list. Armin Steuernagel, who started his first company at the age of 16. Diccon Bewes, a travel writer known particularly for his view point and passion on maps.

In this episode of the Creator Mindset Podcast

  • Lessons learned from being a vocal coach at TEDx, Zurich on November 17th, 2017.
  • How to apply to be a part of TEDx Zurich’s next year event. You can also apply to speak there. They will choose the best idea and not the best speaker.

Key takeaways

  • When you’re in a new environment and have an intention to be in service, go out of your comfort zone to do that.
  • New technology can be used to build things that are helpful even in crises.
  • Don’t underestimate or judge anybody’s possibility for change. Everything is possible, even in a short time.
  • Interest in any subject depends on the presenter.
  • Get out. Go meet people. Connect.
  • If you have a dream, give it your best shot and the rest will fall into place to cheer you forward.

Connecting with the artist

Website: arianeleanzaheinz.com

7 keys to build a strong foundation for your voice and brand : arianeleanzaheinz.com/16