Monika Riedler has dedicated a considerable part of her career to the many facets of teaching music and voice. Her wide repertoire as a singer and specifically her knowledge in the Asian bodywork discipline of Chi Kung (Zhan Zhuang as a student in a research group around Master Lam Kam Chuen in London) have made her into a sought after voice teacher.
In Germany she has been professor of voice pedagogy at the Munich University of Music and Theatre since 2015. She teaches vocal technique and repertoire as well as the methodological aspects of voice pedagogy to singers who also want to widen their knowledge as voice teachers.
In Austria she teaches voice at the University of Music and Applied Arts in Vienna Austria and is part of the Institute Antonio Salieri for Voice Pedagogy and Vocal Sciences in Music Pedagogy. She is also a professor of voice at at the St. Poelten Conservatory of Liturgical Music.
Several of her students have won prizes in voice competitions.
Monika Riedler also holds a teaching diploma for Zhan Zhuang Chi Kung from Master Lam Kam Chuen in London. At the Munich University of Music and theatre she also teaches Chi Kung as an additional support for expanding one's own vocal and perceptional skills. The Chi Kung Class in Munich is open to students from the entire university.
Her professional knowledge as an experienced singer and her insights into physical and energetic processes of the human body are the foundation of her work. They enable her to work with a wide spectre of exercises to develop and support the expansion of the human voice and its longterm wellbeing.
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