Loic Valmy (pronounce Lo-ik) is a multi-award winning Artistic director, Vocal Coach and Movie Score composer who lives on the Sunshine Coast.

 

Passionate of Musical Theatre, Loic first started his career as a singer in a professional children choir when he was 6 year old.  So, today, aged 44, Loic has more than 38 years of experience in the Music and Entertainment Industry.

 

Artistic Director

For the past 20 years, Loic has worked for the biggest record labels such as Universal, Polygram, Sony and EMI to coach singers and bands for their album and tours. He also directed several Musicals such as "Van Gogh", "Les Misérables" and "Angélique"  for the most prestigious venues in Paris.

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Vocal Coach

Although he started his career as a singer and a songwriter, very early on, Loic discovered a passion for coaching and teaching others how to "unleash their voice". He's been a Vocal Coach and singing teacher for more than 24 years and has taught hundreds of people to sing. His incredibly efficient method finds its roots in the best vocal training from Broadway and L.A an from the Musical Theatre. But Loic adds his personal tricks and "secrets". In 2016, Loic has created the Sunshine Coast Singing Academy.
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Movie Score Composer
Loic has scored numerous feature films, short films, Tv series and documentaries for French, English, Canadian and of course, Australian Productions. Among others, he composed the scores of "House of Cards", "The 4th Musketeers" and "June 44".
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Busy man, Loic is regularly invited in universities and festivals to give workshops or lecture on Screen Music and Vocal Coaching.