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Classical Singing

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Primal Sound

Primal sound is a connection between the voice and the emotional core. A laugh, sighs, cries,...
Jazz/ Pop Singing

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Why Singing Lessons Should Be Music To Your Ears

Six reasons why singing lessons should be music to your ears It’s obvious to me, I live and...
Classical Singing

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Am I doing it right?

As musicians, at some point or another we have all questioned ourselves: Am I doing it right? It...
Vocal Coaching

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What does Voice Training involve?

Voice training involves becoming aware of and developing all the parts of the body involved in...

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  • Singing saves from depression & boosts confidence

    Vasili Karpiak Vocal Coaching Tutor (South West London) Picture HuffPost has recently interviewed me on the impact of singing on our life. Here you can read the full article on huffingtonpost.co.uk : http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/singing-boosts-postnatal-depression_uk_5a535b83e4b01e1a4b176558?9wi  
  • How To Sing Mindfully

    Yuko Yokoi Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture Have you ever felt nervous before going on stage? Or even when on the stage, you could not execute all that you have been practising for? Well, I have. I used to worry about what could happen or what might not happen, all of which were just unnecessary thoughts in my head. If you break it down,...
  • Breathing Is The Key To Singing

    Anna Elizabeth Cooper Classical Singing Teacher (Bromley) Picture Breathing is the key to all singing. If we breath effectively and efficiently we will produce our natural organic sound freely and beautifully. It sounds simple and it can be but we often struggle with this notion of 'support'. Breathing is a natural bodily function. We breath to stay alive. If...

 

  • On Posture And Performance

    Meryl Richardson Classical Singing Teacher (South East London) Picture On Posture Incorrect posture can be relatively easy to correct but it takes some time for the student to be self-aware and to be able to correct this for themselves on an ongoing basis. This aspect of singing alone is something that will always have to be checked and corrected throughout your...
  • Finding Your Natural Voice

    Jo Clark Vocal Coaching Tutor (Leeds) Picture Your natural voice comes from within you. Sometimes this voice can become trapped inside and we can find it hard to let that voice out. People may comment on the pitch of the voice in a negative way or how lacking in range or flexibility your voice has. Allowing your voice to flow freely and...
  • The Body, Voice and Emotions Editor's Pick

    Lucy Redfearn Vocal Coaching Tutor (Dudley) Picture This article is extracted from a paper I wrote for my Masters in Professional Voice Practice. I wish to draw upon the knowledge of practitioners in psychology, body work and voice to support the idea of emotion as a somatic experience. I will explore how emotional trauma can cause tension in...