Jeannette  LoVetri

Visiting Artist in Residence, Voice



Faculty Member since 2004


Manhattan School of Music, Voice, 1967-68; Juilliard School of Music, Opera Workshop, Vincent La Selva, Instructor, 1970-72

Professional Highlights

  • Jeannette LoVetri, creator of Somatic VoiceworkTM The LoVetri Method, is a pioneer and recognized expert in the field of healthy vocal training for all styles of non-classical music and has been teaching since 1971. LoVetri has taught throughout the USA, and in Europe, Australia and South America. She is a consultant in the retraining of injured voices for several of New York's largest hospitals. Her students perform leading roles on Broadway and in all major venues including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York City. She teaches on the Voice faculty of the Steinhardt School of Education of New York University and Columbia Teacher's College of Columbia University. She is also on the Scientific Advisory Board and Faculty of the Voice Foundation, is past president of the New York Singing Teachers Association and secretary of the American Academy of Teachers of Singing. She has participated in voice research with the world's leading voice scientists, is author of many articles on CCM vocal production and is a respected authority in vocal acoustics and physiologic register differences in CCM. She has been the Singing Specialist with the Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Youth Chorus since its inception in 1991.