A Podcast from the Heart of the VoiceMaster

 By: Racquel Sarah Castro, CVA

His passion to help uplift lives through voice artistry while teaching life lessons is what sets Pocholo De Leon Gonzales apart from other mentors. He instills to the hearts of the voice artists the LCD or Loyalty Compassion and Dedication to each of his mentees.

A Picture of The VoiceMaster
Image from Sir Choi's FB

Stephanie Ciccarelli, the co-founder of Voices.com, interviewed the Voice Master and dug into his heart which is filled with positivity and empathy to others. Check the interview here.

#116 Dubbing in the Philippines with VoiceMaster Pocholo Gonzales

His comprehensive discussion on how he started as an aspirant to being the sought after voice artist that we know helped us in understanding his heart in training the youth to engage and joined his bandwagon to voice artistry.

My respect for him is beyond words when he said that he transformed being the country’s voice master into something bigger; the creation of his own Voice artistry school, the Philippine Center for Voice  Acting or Voice Acting Academy Philippines. The need to transfer knowledge from one generation to another led to that. 

Man of a thousand Voice
Sir Choi, as we call him, had written books and won an award in 2017. His passion turned into his mission in giving opportunities to aspiring voice artists, the youth, women, persons with disabilities, and senior citizens. 

The Interviewee:

Pocholo de Leon Gonzales is a Filipino motivational speaker with a focus on voice, public speaking, youth empowerment, leadership, and entrepreneurship.

The Interviewer:

Stephanie Ciccarelli is a co-founder of Voices. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Musical Arts from the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario and is a well-known mentor and industry speaker. Stephanie has used her voice for over 25 years to communicate what is most important to her through the spoken and written word. Stephanie has written for The Huffington Post, Backstage magazine, Stage 32, and the Voices.com blog, and she has a passion for sharing information and motivating people. Stephanie has appeared three times on the PROFIT Magazine W100 list (2013, 2015, and 2016), a rating of Canada's best female entrepreneurs, and is the author of Voice Acting for Dummies®.

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