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Should I have Singing Lessons?

If you sing in the bath or shower, find yourself drawn to karaoke, or, perhaps, sing along to the radio or... More »
Classical Singing

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Physicality of singing

Here are a few ideas I have with regard to the technical aspect of singing. I don't think anyone can underestimate... More »

Fresh Articles

  • How Singing Can Help YOU!

    Marika Rauscher Classical Singing Teacher (West London) Picture
    "I don't sing because I'm happy; I'm happy because I sing!" This article is focused on the benefits of Singing and how it really can help you all year around!   So, how exactly can singing help me I hear you ask!   Singing can help you: Improve your Concentration Improve your...
  • Using your imagination in singing

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    Singing, at its roots, is so simple.  We can all do it from birth - listen to how loudly babies cry considering their tiny size ! As we learn more about the world this natural reflex can diminish.  But all is not lost !  With good teaching and coaching, anyone can learn about their voice and...
  • Book recommendations for Singing

    Alexandre Garziglia Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture
    I recommend the following books: The Structure of Singing - Richard Miller Great Singers on Great Singing - Jerome Hines Hints on Singing - Manuel Garcia Three very different and interesting books about singing!
  • Music Lessons

    Hilary Michel Classical Singing Teacher (North London) Picture
    As with any subject, practice is of the essence.  So many people do not take this into account and cannot understand why they don't progress or at least very slowly.   Exercises for fingers and voice are a must. Pieces and songs come later after a technique is established. Unfortunately, most...
  • David Jones' Articles on Singing

    Daisy Chute Music Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture
    I recommend the articles of David Jones, who is a New York-based singing practitioner with an incredible understanding of the singing voice and who writes with a great deal of clarity, giving his readers many ideas for exercises. These exercises are not the simple, mindless exercises that many...
  • Confidence in yourself and in your voice!

    Marika Rauscher Classical Singing Teacher (West London) Picture
    Singing is something we all can do! I truly believe that! Yes, YOU can sing! Be it in the shower, Karaoke down the pub, a local choir or as a professional singer pursuing a career - we all have a voice! Granted not everyone will be gifted with an exceptional talent and strong determination to...
  • Thoughts on preparing a studio recording Editor's Pick

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    In January last year I made a studio recording of Benjamin Birtten's cantata 'Phaedra' for a project at the RCM. Here are some of my thoughts on the recording process. What were you thinking about as you prepared for your recording session. What do you hope for? What are your aims for the...
  • A Quick Mind and a Slow Body- Learning to Sing

    Rosie Lomas BMus(Hons) Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture
    A quick mind and a slow body: The process of learning to sing.   The art of singing is at once an immensely complicated procedure and an extremely simple one. We can all sing, yet to train in singing we must make a conscious, learned activity out of an activity which we already, unconsciously...
  • Physicality of singing Editor's Pick

    Caroline MacPhie Classical Singing Teacher (North London) Picture
    Here are a few ideas I have with regard to the technical aspect of singing. I don't think anyone can underestimate the physicality of vocal production. Good posture (based on Alexander technique), a real sense of feeling the ground through your feet and a buoyant and flexible breathing mechanism...
  • Singing and The Serious Child Editor's Pick

    Classical Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture
    All great performers take their work very seriously indeed, but none more so than the musician. Very few art forms combine both the left and right brain in the same way as music. We only have to look at one of Bach's intricately woven chorales to realise that music is where the wayward...

Classical Singing Teachers

  • Sarah Champion

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    Learn to sing in fun and healthy way with an experienced professional singer! All ages and levels are welcome.
  • Joe Waggott

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    As a teacher it is important to have an infectious enthusiasm for the music you are teaching. I hope to be able to share this with pupils of all ages and abilities, on...
  • Jeni Bern

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    I'm an experienced Opera singer, with many years performing and teaching. I teach vocal technique, Classical and Music Theatre styles & all abilities from beg to adv.
  • Simon Gilkes

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    I, Simon Chalford Gilkes, am an opera and theatre singer and singing teacher who is based in the Paddington / Marylebone Area. I great deal of teaching experience and have...
  • Ian Belsey

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    I am a highly experienced and successful singing teacher with students ranging from amateur to professional. I am motivated to get the best results possible from each student.
  • Jessica Eccleston

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    After reading Music at Cambridge I formed a strong interest in teaching music and music making, especially singing and accompanying.
  • Emanuela Barazia

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    A voice, whatever kind of voice, can develop and flourish if used with a proper technique that respects the physiology of such a complex mechanism. Singing is not relaxing but...
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