Let's find our voices, together.

Felicia Ricci believes self-expression heals the self, and the world. Join her online community of singers, artists, and beautiful humans.


Full Video Courses by Fel!

Learn how to sing at your own pace! Explore Fel's offerings below.

Belting Crash Course

100% free! Take Fel's 3-video belt singing course. Fun, easy, fast results.

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Free Vocal Warmups

100% free! Get 11 vocal warmups to kickstart your singing practice. All levels welcome.

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Belt Your Face Off!

Fel's A-to-Z complete guide to belt singing. 3.5+ hours of video content.

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The Lazy Singer's Warmups

Daily practice is key. Stop wasting time & get results in just minutes per day.

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About Felicia Ricci

Felicia Ricci is a songwriter, musician, performer, and author. As a self-described Voice Finder, she has taught singing to over 100,000 voice students on seven continents via her innovative online courses (yep, she has a student in Antarctica!).

She runs a popular YouTube music, singing, and self-development channel, garnering over 520,000 subscribers, and has appeared as a recurring guest on BBC Radio 1, The Scott Mills Show.

Felicia holds her B.A. in English from Yale University, where she won the J. Edward Meeker Prize for nonfiction, the Saybrook Master’s Award, and the Louis Sudler Prize for the Arts. In 2014, Yale invited her to be a guest speaker at their TEDx Conference, "Exploring the Footnotes."

In her first life as a professional actress, Felicia performed the lead role of Elphaba in the Broadway tour of Wicked. She wrote about the experience in her humorous memoir, Unnaturally Green: One Girl's Journey Along a Yellow Brick Road Less Traveled. Other favorite roles include Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, opposite David Alan Grier, at New Haven's Shubert Theater.

Felicia is currently self-producing her first studio album of original music. Her sound is eclectic beat-driven pop, grounded in emotion, melody, and story.

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Time To Make Some Music

Having witnessed hundreds of thousands of students find their voices, Felicia got inspired.

She departed teaching in 2017 and decided to get back into performing. As we speak, she's greasing the wheels and growing her skills as a songwriter, music producer, performer, and artist.

It's going to take her a long time. But that's cool. If you're patient and want in on those funky tunes, future performances and live hangouts, visit her artist page below and sign up for updates.

"Make Sweet Music For My Ear Holes" >