M°Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman
About the Author
Born in post war Germany of concentration camp surviving parents, her family immigrated to America in 1962. Educated both in the USA and Europe, she has lived and taught in many parts of the world: Israel, Italy, Hungary, Switzerland, Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Mexico and South America, etc. Her life has been a kaleidoscope of activities: In 1982, she founded Music Culture/Visions International Inc., a company that she led until 2008. During that time, she wrote, directed, hosted and produced various radio and television shows in the States and in Europe. She produced for international recording labels (Olympia, Naxos etc.), taking lost music from Russia and the Ukraine and presenting it to the world at large. She was Executive Producer and Director of the feature film “Ten Tenors from Ten Countries” dedicated to the life and 100th birthday of Beniamino Gigli filmed in Recanati, Italy. She returned to the United States In 1995. In 1999, Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman authored the International Best Seller on Vocal Technique: “The Voice; A Spiritual Approach to Singing, Speaking and Communicating”. In 2000 the CD, “The First Lesson” CD was released. In 2001/2003, the Second and Third Editions (The Revealed Version) followed. Her teaching career spans over 35 years and her intimate involvement with vocal technique and vocal reconstruction began 40 years ago. She was the founder of The International Academy of Voice and Stage Inc., a Non-Profit organization, dedicated to the advancement of Bel Canto and Giro Vocal Motion© Technique. Her work in the field of Vocal Pedagogy has been featured on ABC World News Now, PBS, Comcast Television, etc.
Her Fine Art career spans over 30 years, with prestigious exhibitions in the galleries and museums in many parts of the world. She has received important grants and worldwide recognition for her innovative works in holographic and three-dimensional glass fusions. Miriam spends her time teaching, lecturing and writing. Her book “Soul Reflections, A Personal Odyssey in Poetry and Paintings” and the matching CD, with original composed music by cellist Mme. Johanne Perron, were released in 2003. In 2007, “Coming Home” outlines her arrival and life in the Lubavitch Community of Crown Heights, New York and features her speeches in the political arena as well as a deep recognition and salutation of her spiritual values. In 2008 she moved to South America. In 2010 to Israel. In 2018 she finally decided that the only place in the world where the real Bel Canto has its home was in Italy. She opened her Academy in Reggio Calabria and is now totally involved in bringing Giro Vocal Motion Vocal Technique© to Italy and from there to the rest of the world.
The second Italian book “La Voce - Giro Vocal Motion© Il Segreto del Bel Canto” was published in May of 2019 and this new work “THE VOICE – GIRO VOCAL MOTION – THE SECRET OF BEL CANTO”
September of 2019. Her new Italian poetry book (2018)
“Riflessioni dell’Anima –Il Cammino” has already earned her many prizes and she has received outstanding awards including the International PREMIO VIRDIMURA at the University of Catania for her work in voice, autism and human rights etc. others at the University of Enna, and La Societa´ Italiana della Medicina etc…just too many to mention and though she is happy about all of them, her work comes before anything.
In October of 2019 she will once again exhibit her art and launch her European artistic career in a retrospective at the “Liceo Preti Frangipani” in Reggio Calabria.
Her plans are many and the work continues. She lectures throughout Italy on interreligious relations and is called upon by the Jewish Community and Christian counterparts to facilitate dialogue and inter-cultural relationships. By the end of 2019 she will hopefully have moved to her permanent seat in Reggio Calabria heading “L’Academia per lo Sviluppo della Voce, Ebraismo e Kabalah”
Her articles and poetry have been published in many national and international publications and she is listed in the “Who’s Who” in International Poetry and the Who’s Who of professional women.