“With an impressive dossier spanning the globe, Fabio has ticked all the boxes. He has studied under Phillipe Gaulier in Paris, Larry Moss in Melbourne and New York, not to mention training at HB studio in the US, and the Accademia Teatrale Veneta in Italy. He has worked and studied across three continents, though that fails to scratch the surface of his achievements: film, television, theatre and teaching. He is, if nothing more, testament to the power of dedication, having clear objectives and understanding one’s own limitations.” – JENNA LO BIANCO
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Fabio Motta is an actor and a teaching artist who had the fortune of performing, devising and teaching theatre in Australia, Italy, and the United States. He is a certified Fitzmaurice Voicework® teacher and runs ongoing workshops in Fitzmaurice voicework®, Clowning, Acting as Play (Complicite’ and Le Jeu) and Bouffon.
His TV and film work includes Carla Cametti PD, Canal Road, Ronny Chang International student, Utopia season 4 and Hating Alison Ashley. He also starred in the award winning short films; With Bad Blood – selected for the Palm Springs International Film Festival and Aria – screening at the Salerno International Film Festival in Italy and Dungog Film Festival in Sydney.
What you will learn –
Fitzmaurice Voicework is a comprehensive, holistic approach to voice training. Originally developed for actors, it’s now used in many fields to help people with a wide range of needs.
Fitzmaurice Voicework combines adaptations of classical voice training techniques with modifications of yoga, shiatsu, bioenergetics, energy work, and many other disciplines. This integration serves to harmonize the voluntary and involuntary aspects of the nervous system, and the voice.
Fabio will guide you through deep and practical explorations of the dynamics between body, breath, voice, imagination, and language. The work you will do together develops vibrant voices that communicate intention and feeling without excess effort.
Fitzmaurice Voicework focuses on the whole human voice. It can support speaking for performance, public speaking, singing, voice with movement, vocal rehabilitation, developing greater presence, and so much more.
‘It was Motta who really shone…His ability to flick between two different characters was brilliant…he was able to make them feel like they were played by two different people with nothing more than a hoodie.’ Adelaide Australia – L.O.V Theatre Review