Chloe Goodchild is an international singer, pioneering voice teacher, and founder of the Naked Voice, an organization which, according to its website, is “dedicated to the realization of compassionate communication in all realms of human life.” Her life’s work is inspired by her experience with deafness as a child, which brought her close with her inner self.
Goodchild is passionate about exploring and sharing the power and sound of the human voice for personal and global transformation. She founded the Naked Voice in 1990 and has co-created a worldwide community of Voice and Sound practitioners and facilitators, dedicated to the healing art of sound and voice in everyday life.
Goodchild studied music, English, and education and graduated as a music and English teacher. Influenced by travels throughout Africa, India, Turkey, Europe, Canada, and the United States, she developed her own evolutionary East-West vocal research before experiencing a “no-mind” experience in northern India. After this, she created her unique Naked Voice method of sound and voice.
Goodchild has sung at the Way of Peace conference in Northern Ireland, and for the Dalai Lama at the Good Heart conference in London, England. She was the music director and composer of The Vagina Monologues with acclaimed playwright Eve Ensler at Madison Square Garden in New York City. She has released a number of solo and compilation albums, including the Grammy-nominated Sura and her latest album of collected works called Thousand Ways of Light.