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Fabrice Yde - Vocal Coach

  • 2021 - 2023 - Certified training in singing techniques and vocal coaching (based on the Complete Vocal Technique - CVT) - Dida Robbert Academy

  • 2014 - 2017 - Adult Classical Double Bass Training - Nivelles Academy

  • 2014 - 2015 - Musical training - Nivelles Music Academy


  • Since 2021 - Vocal Coach (group and individual lessons for kids, teens, adults) - Dida Robbert Academy - Nivelles - Lasne

  • Since 2023 - Vocal Coach - Les Classes du Rock - Nivelles

  • Since 2023 - Choir Director - “Sing With Us” Choir - Brussels

  • 2022 - 2023 - Vocal Coach - Armetiss Academy - Jumet

  • 2021 - 2023 - Bas Les Masques - Choir Director (kids/teens) - Nivelles


  • Since 2021 - hYd'n - Pop/rock solo project

  • Since 2023 - 2 Top Up! - Acoustic Duo - Vocals/Guitar

  • Since 2015 - DJ - Wedding entertainment

  • 2022 - 2023 - Temple of the Grunge - Cover Rock '90s - Lead vocals

  • 2022 - 2023 - Wahrheit - Cover Rammstein - Lead vocals

  • 2021 - 2022 - Be' Cause - Acoustic Duo - Vocals/Guitar

  • 2016 - 2017 - Cover2Be - Bass/Backing vocals

  • 2010 - 2015 - Velvet Avenue - Bass/Backing Vocals

Artistic Experience

Feeling in your place... finally

Three years later, here I am a vocal coach. I've been teaching for two years now and I've never felt so happy. Also “in my place”. And this is reflected in the incredible progress that I observe in each of the singers I teach, week after week, month after month, year after year.

This journey, this freedom that I have won, I wish it on everyone. I found my place. My mission is now clear: I wish to inspire and support all those who wish to make singing their means of expression, for pleasure or for a very specific musical project. Ready to experience the same ?

Free your voice

Free your life

After the implosion of yet another musical project, I decided to put my bass playing aside. Yes, I had always been told: "you know, your voice... uh... how to put it". But I'm tired of being in the shadows. I want to learn to sing. I'm starting to take lessons. To dare to sing in karaoke. To dare to step out of my comfort zone. One day, I was asked to join a vocal coach training course. We are in the middle of a health crisis. I say to myself: "What am I risking? And then, it will allow me to meet people."

Dare to step out of my comfort zone

So I enrolled in a higher education institute. Then another the following year. Then one last. I ended up finding a small job because you have to earn a living. 20 years later, I have built a solid career in the IT world as a project manager. But there is still an emptiness inside me. So my body ends up telling me to stop: you're going to hit the wall. And that's what I did. From burnout to depression, I find myself alone. Facing myself.

You're heading straight into the wall

The years pass, I have a somewhat tumultuous adolescence, shaken up by my parents' divorce. An only child, I grew up alone and had my own experiences. I spend hours listening to New Wave, playing keyboard, guitar, bass. I participate in one group or another, but when it's time to get out of high school, everyone around me says, "find yourself a real job...“Not feeling confident, I tell myself that they are right: caution is the mother of safety.

Find yourself a real job

On May 10, 1986, at the age of 13, I attended my first concert in Brussels, in the Forest National hall in the middle of a crowd of more than 6,000 people. I was a huge fan of the band Depeche Mode. My parents trust me and let me go alone. There, in the stands, I wait until the lights go out. The music begins, dark, like this emblematic album of the group. Then after a few moments, the curtain literally falls and lets us discover the stage and the members of the group. Dave Gahan begins to sing "Black Celebration" and then I am blown away... I attend a show lasting almost 2 hours which leaves me speechless. In the days that follow, I think about it and I think about it again. And this certainty begins to settle deep within me: I want to sing and be on stage like my idols.

I dream of a world where everyone feels free to sing when he wants, how he wants and where he wants without fear of judgment.

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