David Coury is an international voice and communication expert and teacher who has a deep and driving passion for all aspects of the human voice. He is an unstoppable champion in his mission to provide tools for individuals to unlock and express their unique and authentic voice.
He is also an accomplished musician and singer in his own right.
David works with people from all walks of life; from leading industry professionals that include; Top 40 recording artists, management consultants, consumer products executives, actors, broadcasters, housewives and those in need of specialized programs for speech disorders. His proprietary voice and presentation method has transformed the lives of many, from his corporate clients to his celebrity clients and everyone in between. They have been transformed into powerful and engaging professionals with a stronger sense of their ability to powerfully communicate their message with complete confidence in their potent vocal capabilities. This has helped them to excel remarkably in their fields. The voices of Deloitte, Avery Dennison, Billy Bush, Ashley Tisdale, Leona Lewis, Billy Ray Cyrus, Emily Hahn (Toy Story 3 “Bonnie”), Carla Gugino and Mariette Hartley are as distinct as their teacher David Coury – the man and the method.
An industry thought leader, David has served as a Voice Analyst on FOX News Channel, Access Hollywood, Court TV and K-Earth 101. He is an advisor to major corporations and professional services firms and is the Voice Director of the Howard Fine Acting Studio where he teaches his acclaimed empowerment program, “Singing For Actors”.
Recently named a “Mover & Shaker” by leading self-help and transformational publisher Hay House, David’s unique method of combining the physical voice with the metaphysical voice is helping so many make a greater impact in their lives and the world at large. Of his many television appearances, David still cites the episode on ABC’s original Extreme Makeover that featured his staggering transformation of a young rapper with a severe cleft-palate as one of his most memorable experiences. “Everyone – no matter what their field or background – everyone wants to make a difference, everyone wants to feel confident,” says David. “The voice, ultimately, can and will reflect who-you-really-are.”
David holds a B.A. in Communications and Theatre from Rhode Island College and is the recipient of the Musicians Institute’s “Heal L.A. Through Music” award.