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Primal Sound

Primal sound is a connection between the voice and the emotional core. A laugh, sighs, cries,...
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A Personal and Tailored Approach to Teaching

An important  aspect of my approach to teaching is that every lesson should be tailored to the...
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What Is Good Singing?

What Is Good Singing? Well, it depends on what you call singing. If you mean can anyone learn...
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Contrasting views on Opera

Contrasting views on Opera Opinions and views on music are never the same, and this in fact is...

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  • Finding the Right Teacher for You

    Arianna Rebecca Firth Classical Singing Teacher (Bromley) Picture Throughout my 8 years of studying singing, I have been aware of my own learning styles and changes, have watched my colleagues progress through music college, and the one thing which has never failed to stay out of my mind is - you must find the RIGHT teacher for you. When you come into the lesson, you are not just working on the...
  • The Unbalanced Operatic Voice by Michael Vickers

    Michael Vickers Classical Singing Teacher (North London) Picture The Unbalanced Operatic Voice by Michael Vickers Across the singing community it seems that there is a predominant style of teaching in which singers are taught to bring their voice into 'balance'. By 'balance', I do not necessarily mean to refer to either chiaroscuro or any other such specific pedagogical terms, but to a more general...
  • How playing an instrument benefits your brain

    Teresa Pells Classical Singing Teacher (St Albans) Picture When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout. What’s going on? Anita Collins explains the fireworks that go off in musicians’ brains when they play, and examines some of the long-term positive...
  • The voice: a precious instrument

    Leonel Pinheiro Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture The voice is one of the most precious instruments the human body has but also one of the most neglected. We use the voice to call the taxi, to express emotions from happiness to anger, to sing, and most of all to talk. We take it as granted but for many people it's impossible to imagine that the vocal chords are one of the most...
  • The Importance of Arts Education

    Katherine Adams Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture Especially in light of the recent election it is so important to think about the continuing cuts to arts funding, we must think about how detrimental these cuts could be to this generation's education. For me, receiving an education in the arts was absolutely crucial in determining who I am as a person - on and off the stage today. I...
  • Everyone can improve their singing!

    Miriam Sharrad Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture When I tell people that I teach singing, I'm often met with one or more of the following responses: "I would LOVE to be able to sing"- "I can't sing" - "I'm tone deaf" - "I was discouraged from joining my school choir" - "Someone told me I sounded awful when I was young and I've never really sung again". Now, without getting into how...
  • The Benefits of Youth Choirs

    Laura Cheetham Classical Singing Teacher (Twickenham) Picture A long term student of mine has recently joined, and is very much enjoying her time with, the brilliant London Youth Choir. It has reminded me of my many years spent with The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and reaffirmed the value of being involved with such organisations. From the ages of 16 to 21 the courses I took with...
  • Article in Huffington Post UK

    Simon Wallfisch Classical Singing Teacher (North West London) Picture Without a shadow of a doubt, the cello saved my grandmother's life. When I was very young, I remember asking her (Anita Lasker-Wallfisch) about her survival in Auschwitz-Birkenau. One story she told me was as follows: Shortly after her arrival at the camp, when she was lying ill with typhus fever in the 'Revier' two SS men came in...
  • Thoughts and Recommendations

    Chloe Ayling Classical Singing Teacher (Brighton) Picture Singing for me has always been something I have HAD to do. Singing has been recognised to promote general health and well-being, contributes to social development through collaboration, and improves confidence and learning in other subjects.  Engaging the body and supporting our instrument is the top priority to creating an open,...
  • The Importance of Performance Skills Editor's Pick

    Katie Cochrane Classical Singing Teacher (Oxford) Picture Good singing or playing requires sound technique, and thorough work on repertoire requires intellectual and emotional grasp of the music, as well as a sense of our own personal response to it. In addition with singing it is essential to understand the meaning, rhythm and drama of the text to fully realise a piece in any genre. What...

Classical Singing Teachers

  • Ria Shah

    Ria Shah Picture I try to provide a high standard of teaching that is not only engaging for the student, but is enriching and thorough. While I do teach academic subjects, I also teach singing.
  • Matt Buswell

    Matt Buswell Picture I believe in a truly holistic approach to vocal teaching. I have the skills and experience required to tailor my teaching style according to the students' needs.
  • Emma Barr

    Emma Barr Picture Whether you want to concentrate on technique, add to your repertoire, prepare for auditions, work towards vocal exams, or just gain some more confidence in singing, I can...
  • Kevin Jones

    Kevin Jones Picture Hi, Have you ever wanted to sing or are you a performer that need to better their skills/vocal technique? I teach singing to men of all experience from beginners to...
  • Jovana Backovic

    Jovana Backovic Picture I'm a classically trained composer and active jazz and world music performer, with several years of experience in teaching across all age ranges and covering variety of music...
  • Holly Carter

    Holly Carter Picture I am a friendly, approachable tutor of Classical Singing, Flute and Piano from home in Dirleton and around East Lothian. I teach all ages and levels but have the most...
  • Brock Roberts

    Brock Roberts Picture I enjoy teaching students of all levels, ages and backgrounds. I'm happy to teach those working towards a music career/exams or those who sing for their own enjoyment.
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