Mr. Doucette’s interest in the human voice has taken him down many paths as a performer, teacher, director, clinician, and researcher. He has extensive professional experience as a soloist and ensemble member singing in a variety of styles, including opera, oratorio, operetta, musical theater, pop standard and modern pop rock. As a singing teacher with over twenty years of studio experience, he has worked with a wide array of singers at many different stages of vocal development. Mr. Doucette is the Associate Director of The Wilmington Children’s Chorus and serves as the director of The Young Men’s Ensemble, a 30-voice singing ensemble of young men ages 12-18 in various stages of their voice change. He has served as a presenting clinician on the topic of the changing male voice for the Delaware chapter of the American Choral Directors Association.
Mr. Doucette holds a Master of Music in Voice Performance and Pedagogy from The Pennsylvania State University and is a candidate for a Master of Arts in Communicative Disorders from West Chester University. Additionally, his research thesis investigating the interconnectivity between music and language processing in the human brain has been met with great enthusiasm and invitations to present at The Voice Foundation and the Pennsylvania Speech and Hearing Association.
Philip’s long-term goals are to use his practical, research, and clinical experience to deepen his understanding of the human voice and communication for singers and speakers alike.
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