About Gabriel Liboiron-Cohen
Gabriel Liboiron-Cohen is thrilled to be entering his final year at University of the Pacific as the inaugural Doctor of Audiology Resident with Berkeley Hearing Center. His goal is to provide excellent, specialized health care, which is why he felt the Berkeley Hearing Center would be such a great place to continue his studies. He plans to become certified in tinnitus, and hyperacusis management. Ultimately, Gabriel would like to provide difficult populations life-changing care regarding their hearing loss, and balance disorders.
Gabriel holds a Master’s degree in Operatic Studies from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (2014), and has studied with Cesar Ulloa of the San Francisco Opera, and Pamela Hicks (’79-’80 Metropolitan Opera Contest winner). He was a Young Artist Apprentice with Opera Southwest in Albuquerque, New Mexico for the 2017-18 season. He was an Austin Opera Chorus member for the 2019-2020 season and Don Jose with Pocket Opera’s production or G. Bizet’s Carmen, in San Francisco, which were cancelled due to Covid-19. Other credits include the roles of Ruodi, in G. Rossini’s Guillaume Tell, and Flavio in V. Bellini’s Norma, Rinnuccio in G. Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, and as a soloist at Notre Dame de Paris, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica of the Vatican.
Using his musical background and education anew in the field of Audiology has been a beautiful, and eye opening experience for him, one that paralleled his musical training in more ways than he could have ever imagined. He hopes to share his expertise with patients, as they navigate through a world that not only marries technology and sound, but also changes the way they relate to that world. Through education in anatomy, pathophysiology, and technology, he aims to empower his patients to create for themselves a better quality of life, and enjoyment in all things.
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