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Classical Singing

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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...
Classical Singing

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What Makes For A Powerful Singing Performance?

In performance I’m often struck by how a singer’s natural desire to sing beautifully can stand...
Vocal Coaching

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The Body, Voice and Emotions

This article is extracted from a paper I wrote for my Masters in Professional Voice Practice. I...
Jazz/ Pop Singing

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Why do you want to sing?

Today there is so much around us that implies that singing is about image, money and fame. A lot...

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  • I'm quitting my day job for Musical Theatre!

    Karoline Gable Musical Theatre Teacher (North London) Picture I like to believe that it is never too late to decide on a shift of careers if this will mean the pursuit of a true passion or more fulfilling lifestyle. Yet quitting a safe day job and starting something new requires courage, confidence and determination. If we speak of a shift to an artistic...
  • Labelling in the Classroom - Effects and Dangers

    Karoline Gable Vocal Coaching Tutor (North London) Picture Labelling, positively or negatively is never commendable. Teachers who categorize their pupils allow their own subjective opinion to take over, ignoring the individual character and the individual needs that lie beneath the surface of every person. There is no such thing as an intrinsically poor...
  • Singing is for everyone

    Karoline Gable Musical Theatre Teacher (North London) Picture I believe that everyone can sing and we are all born with a natural musicality. The way our lives develop and how we choose our hobbies determine how much we do with that musicality and whether we invest in it and work on it or not. Therefore I find it is never too late to begin with taking...

 

  • Vocal Coaching FAQs

    JessicaT Vocal Coaching Tutor (Croydon) Picture Will voice lessons really help my voice? I know how to speak, surely that is enough. Yes, they really will. Many people underestimate what their voice can really do. Even if you don't have an obvious issue with your voice, lessons will extend your voices limits, encouraging flexibility in the...
  • Why Learning Singing Technique Is So Important

    Sandra Scott Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (South West London) Picture I was very lucky and privileged to be taught by the leading singing teacher and pedagogue of his generation Arnold Rose 'The Singer and the Voice' (Faber and Faber, Scholar Press). He was a truly unique mixture of fun, sometimes grumpy but always extraordinarily passionate in his adherence to a...
  • The Link Between The Voice And The Psyche

    Anne-Laure Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (East London) Picture As a singer, our instrument is our body. So as a guitar player would tune his guitar before playing, it is important for a singer to 'tune' his body. A lot of research has demonstrated that emotions have an influence on health and that maintaining negative emotions in the body can have bad...