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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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Thoughts On Mindset and Character Analysis

I find that vocal freedom comes from commitment to the journey of the character. Exploring the...
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"But I can't sing!"

"But, I can't sing!" This is a cry I hear often when people are asked to sing at family...
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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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  • From Stage to Church and back again!

    Alastair Merry Classical Singing Teacher (Chelmsford) Picture Singing has always been an important part of my life. I moved to Germany when I was 9 - my father was a professional conductor and landed a job in one of the country's many opera houses. I sang 1st boy in the Magic Flute and loved it. I never wanted the rehearsals to end! Since then I have sung...
  • Singing Lessons For Students Of Varying Ages

    Sarah Labiner Classical Singing Teacher (Harrow) Picture Singing lessons involve teaching technique in different ways for students of varying ages. Singing is a physical art form and uses the entire body to work in nuanced ways to achieve the best sound. As our body grows and develops over time, this means that singing technique needs to be tailored...
  • What Makes A Good Learner?

    Friederike Bieber Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture What makes a good learner? Do you feel lost in a sea of notes to memorise? Are the grammatical cases mixing up in your mind without making any sense? Do you find practising singing frustrating? Everyone knows those moments of despair when it's getting closer to the exams, the pressure feels...

 

  • Performing As A Singer

    Ilona Domnich Classical Singing Teacher (Enfield) Picture I am a great anticipator. I get excited when I expect something to happened. That includes preparation for a concert, from learning the music to getting dressed for a performance. From meeting the orchestra to seeing how our collaboration is unfolding. Perhaps the expectation of what is about to...
  • Why Do I Sing?

    Emma Stannard Classical Singing Teacher (Brighton) Picture People choose to sing for a number of reasons. Some people can't imagine doing anything else. Some people discover they have a voice and are encouraged by others to develop their talent and some people want to challenge themselves to learn a new skill. There are endless reasons why people choose...
  • Singing Truly Freely

    Lucy Mair Classical Singing Teacher (Brighton) Picture Anyone who has had singing lessons before will be aware we often work with images and the imagination. "Sing as if you're drinking it in", "Sing as if the sound is coming from your eyes", "Imagine the sound is a thread going through the eye of a needle" are some examples I have heard numerous...