Analia Paula Capponi-Savolainen

Voice Teacher

Analia Paula Capponi-Savolainen

SAA Member

Analía Capponi-Savolainen (Argentina) is a Suzuki Voice Teacher Trainer and the elected Voice Committee chair of the ESA. She is a fully accredited Suzuki Voice Teacher (ESA Level 5). She has acted as a visiting Teacher Trainer for the SAA. Analía Capponi-Savolainen is the only native Spanish speaking Suzuki Voice teacher trainer worldwide and the Suzuki Voice Program Assistant in Latin America. She has worked extensively on bridging cultures through music and singing. She is an active classical soprano and a specialist in Latin American and Spanish vocal repertoire.

Analía Capponi-Savolainen holds a Master Degree of Music and a Licentiate of Music degree, with mayor studies as classical singer and music educator. She has taught music extensively in Argentina and in Finland, in all levels of compulsory education and in higher Education institutions, where she taught for example, Classical Singing, Didactics of Music, Teaching in Practice and Music Perception. She has more than 20 years of experience teaching Suzuki Voice to children and adults of different ages and nationalities. She has taught official Suzuki Voice teacher training courses and teacher development courses in Argentina, Finland, Mexico, Australia and more recently online, for teachers of various nationalities.

Currently, Analía Capponi-Savolainen works as doctoral associate at the University of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy. Her research project on children’s singing and identity, was part of the Academy of Finland’s Strategic Research Council research initiative, ArtsEqual, which examined the arts as public service, with equality as the starting point, and explored how the arts can meet the social challenges of contemporary societies.