|Magical Voice Doctor|
|Age (at audition)||41|
Born in Russia, the Magical Voice Doctor Elena Zoubareva is known for her tone as an opera singer that “opens up on top like a rose” (Vechernyaya Moskva).
In 2011, Elena’s recording of Ennio Morricone’s song C’era una volta il West (Once upon a Time in the West) debuted at number one and remained at the top of the bestseller list for 2 months in Opera and Holiday Classical Categories on CDBaby, world largest distributor of independent music. In 2011, Elena was also cast in Brad Pitt-starred World War Z. Elena plays a mysterious Russian opera singer who appears during a crucial battle scene and sings an inspiring aria.
In 2010, Elena, encouraged by Harvard ENT Dr. Phillip Song and speech language pathologist Keiko Ishikawa of Harvard/Mass Eye and Ear, created her own method called FitVoice designed to teach American people about vocal health and best usage of their speaking voices, even teaching Red Sox and Bruins fans how to cheer correctly and analyzing the speaking voices of TV personalities, politicians and celebrities.
Elena has performed in concert halls throughout Europe and the Unites States, including her enchanting performances at the Moscow Army Theater, one of the largest theatrical venues in Europe, the Russian Theater Academy, the JFK Library, the Boston Conservatory, the New England Conservatory, and trendy art houses. Elena’s most recent CD, Allure, was produced in 2009 by Grammy nominee Jonathan Wyner. Allure is one of the top-sellers on CDbaby.
Born in Russia and educated at Moscow University and Ippolitov-Ivanov Musical College, in 1999 Elena was invited to come to the United States and continue her voice studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Elena was awarded a scholarship and in 2003 graduated with Artist Diploma cum laude. 1
Magical Voice Doctor's audition in Episode 904 consisted of attempting to teach Howard Stern how to sing "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" well. Howard, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel all buzzed the act. All four judges voted "No," eliminating the act from the competition.