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Singing Wagner

Recently I was invited by Dame Anne Evans to sing the Liebestod from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde...
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Breathing for Singing

One of the most common questions from aspiring singers is 'how do you breathe?' The answer can...
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The importance of suiting the student

Singing is different for everyone and everyone's bodies are different. We differ from those...
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The use of imagery in learning how to sing

I'm sure at one stage in our lives we have been told to imagine a piece of string attached to...

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  • Taking Singing Seriously

    Stephan Ulberini Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture So we've all been there. We decide that 'today I am going to be an opera singer' or 'I'm going to be a performer'. Well, that's fantastic! But, have you stopped and thought what actually goes into becoming a successful singer?  Singing is one of the most personal things you could possibly wish...
  • Thoughts On Mindset and Character Analysis Editor's Pick

    Corinne Cowling Classical Singing Teacher (East London) Picture I find that vocal freedom comes from commitment to the journey of the character. Exploring the character opens up the physical and vocal boundaries for expression, although often the mind can sabotage this process. One of the most prominent influential factors in the rehearsal and practice...
  • Singing - A Few Useful Facts!

    Jane de Florez Classical Singing Teacher (West London) Picture There is a commonly-held belief that good singers must be born with wonderful voices. On the contrary, good voices are developed with training and dedication. Many people are born with pleasant voices and innate musicality, but that will quickly fade if the voice is not used correctly and...


  • Good breathing improves your life

    Fabienne Borget Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture I am passionate about teaching singing, and I always start with breathing exercises. We might breath 24/7 but over the years of stress, talking and running we have lost the ability to breath calmly and use our diaphragm to get the best breathing possible. It needs to be a lot like in yoga; deep...
  • Learning music as a beginner

    Lucinda Scott Classical Singing Teacher (North London) Picture To learn to sing can be the most exhilarating thing in the world! You are communicating in a very personal way but you can communicate with anyone and everyone in the world this way. It is just an extension of speech, but it can touch people in ways they have never been touched before. It can...
  • You are not a dolphin!

    Sarah Vivian Classical Singing Teacher (Sutton) Picture The teaching of breathing is one of the topics that I have thought long and hard about over the years. I think many teachers over complicate the process. We all breathe! Singing breathing is only an athletic version of your natural breathing. Over-thinking only gets in the way. It is a problem...