He is a journalist, author, ghost writer, acting teacher and voice educator, director, actor.
He studied theater acting for many years; participates in the internship of the Russian director Anton Milenin, a "direct line" student of Stanislavsky and Vassiliev, during Skorik. He is an expert on Meisner Technique and Orazio Costa's method. He studied film dubbing and was part of the workshop on acting held by Giancarlo Giannini. He attended the course "The art of illuminating the scene in the theatrical show", by Franco Campioni, expert of "Luministica".
Actor in the "Stasera CasaMika" program, directed by Fabio Calvi, Raidue. He was the coroner in the fiction "Non uccidere 2", with Miriam Leone, Raidue. He was the priest in the "Fuoriclasse 2" series, broadcast on Raiuno, directed by director Riccardo Donna, with Luciana Littizzetto. He played Raffaello, Gualtiero's father, in the Raiuno fiction "Altri Tempi" by the director Marco Turco, with Vittoria Puccini and Stefania Rocca. He is one of the protagonists of the Telecom Italia sitcoms "Navigare Insieme". He collaborated with BRW Filmland to create the commercial for Armando Testa's "Esselunga", directed by Antony Marc Hoffman. He shot the video "Sing-hiozzo" for Negramaro, directed by director Paolo Ameli, former author of "Rosso Fango" - the short film with which he won the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival, the Golden Globe and the David di Donatello -. He has made two institutional films as a leading actor for IVECO. He collaborated with Mediaset and lent his voice by voicing the boss in the film "Sotto lo stesso cielo", by Mary Griggion. It is voiceover of the multimedia project "Connecting wine". He is the father of the protagonist in the short film "Alfredo" of the Holden school in Turin.
He was the creator, conductor and interpreter of the radio broadcasts "Dico bene" and "Sipario Teatrale" on Radio Italia Uno. He is the author, director and protagonist of the brilliant comedy "Che Dio ce la mandi buona!". As is the author, director and protagonist of the work entitled "Parlami di tuo padre": a drama that tells the last days of life of Patryk Nowak, an internationally renowned jazz drummer suffering from alcoholism and the conflict between his young partner and his homosexual daughter had with his previous wife. He is also the author and director of the brilliant comedies "Goda di Sotto - un piccolo paesino d'Italia" and "L'arte in soffitta". He is the director of the theatrical comedy "Telefoni & Peccati".
He is a voice coach:
a professional figure that has ancient origins. Already in ancient Greece there was a phonaskos which taught the speakers the right diction and correct use of the voice. Today the figure that takes the place of the Greek one is the voice coach (or trainer) who in the United States, England and many other European countries is widespread and sought after.
Almost everyone knows what diction is and what a diction teacher does, but few would know how to find one, if not after some strenuous research.
It provides valuable assistance in the post-rehabilitation field in the continuation of speech therapy treatment, with a light treatment based on a phono-expressive activity.
The university schools that train speech therapists could use the vocal educator to make trainees learn the "artistic side" of spoken vocality.
Acting schools and conservatories could offer other spaces, as well as the university training areas for new teachers of all levels and degrees, providing modules dedicated to vocational vocational education.
The teachers would avoid many of their vocal problems if only they had a more adequate training and could learn the use of a more phonogenic and expressive professional voice.
Many training schools could take advantage of these new professional figures to increase the preparation of their agents and graduates.
The list of areas of exercise could continue: call centers, managerial training, Italian courses for foreigners, journalism schools, Academic Masters, University Faculties of Law, Communication, Psychology, Psychiatry, etc.
Finally, even the family doctor could refer to this figure, for all those mild functional disorders of the pneumo-phono-articular sphere. Sending the patient to the speech therapist can be exaggerated in case of slight dysfunctions that are not properly pathological.
The voice educator deals with:
teach the correct pronunciation of standard Italian according to modern phonetics;
teach the expressive prosody of the spoken and recited voice;
teach the rules for correct vocal hygiene;
teach the correct physiological posture;
teach proper breathing;
teaching public speaking for the vocal part;
collaborate with the singing teacher for the setting of the spoken voice;
collaborate with the speech therapist and speech therapist in the final phase of vocal rehabilitation;
act as a filter for sending to other professionals, such as speech therapist and speech therapist in the case of vocal pathologies and singing teacher for setting the voice.
Antonio Ferrero is also a freelance journalist (Enrolled No. 5322), he is registered with SIAE in the "OLAF" section as an author of works of the visual and literary arts. He wrote three novels: "Raìshja", presented in 2007 at the "Fiera Internazionale del Libro di Torino", published by Falzea; "Mi era rimasto un calzettone", which tells the story of Patrizio Sala, a former footballer of Torino Calcio and the Italian national team, released at the end of December 2008, Elena Morea Editore; and finally "Trent'anni dopo - Una storia da lupi", a biography that recalls some episodes in an ironic key lived during the military service at the Band of the famous "Lupi di Toscana", and of the meeting with the ex-comrades, exactly after thirty years, on the occasion of the dissolution of the Regiment, published in December 2009, Elena Morea Editore.
Artistically speaking, he was born as a musician then became passionate about acting. Thirty-year-old drummer, he is known for his refined and precise accompaniment style, and is a lover of jazz. For several years he attended the drum courses of the teacher Enrico Lucchini - ex pupil of Kenny Clark - and later the Sienese jazz seminars.
After playing in small formations, he was part of the famous orchestra of Gianni Grossi and of the Big Band of the maestro Giancarlo Gazzani - teacher of Orchestral Exercises at the G. Verdi Conservatory of Turin and teacher at the National Jazz Academy in Siena -. Together with the pianist Guido Canavese and the double bass player Stefano Risso, he acquired a diploma of merit, ranking second in the "Concorso Internazionale Città di Ispra" - among jurors Franco Cerri and Lino Patruno -. During his intense concert activity he was part of musical groups formed by important jazz musicians such as, for example, Nando Amedeo - double bass player of the Rai of Turin, who boasts collaborations with Rafcristiano, Dino Piana, Gianni Basso, Gianni Negro and many other jazzmen - and the good Mariano Di Nunzio.