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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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Singer Or Reality TV Show Wannabe?

Every year I receive emails and phone calls from people wanting singing lessons, so that they...
Classical Singing

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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...
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...

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  • Why should I do my warm ups?

    Maggie Boyd Vocal Coaching Tutor (North London) Picture If you only do something once it’s not solidified in the memory, or the muscle memory. The muscles learn mistakes quicker than the brain does. So if you get it right, repeat it 3 times in your practice session. It’s the same with warm ups – the body has to work differently for singing...
  • Find Your Own Voice

    Emma Doupé Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (Oxford) Picture As a singing teacher, I get a lot of students through my door, with dreams of becoming the next Ed Sheeran or Adele. I kindly tell them that those are great dreams to have, but that I will not be able to make that happen for them. I tell them, what I CAN do, is to help them show how to find...
  • Breath: The Secret Power Behind Your Voice Editor's Pick

    Victoria Woodward Vocal Coaching Tutor (North London) Picture “Breathe in.” “Take a breath.” Asking people to do this tends to result in a heave of the shoulders, a puff up of the chest and suddenly you are confronted by ranks of stiff, soldier-like bodies in front of you who appear not to be breathing at all. To breathe as nature intended is not...

 

  • What Makes For A Powerful Singing Performance? Editor's Pick

    Katharina Megli Classical Singing Teacher (Cambridge) Picture In performance I’m often struck by how a singer’s natural desire to sing beautifully can stand in the way of a truly powerful performance of the song itself. This isn’t surprising. As classical singers we spend years training our voices to meet the technical demands of the music we want to...
  • To Sing is To Learn

    Lucinda Turner Classical Singing Teacher (Coventry) Picture Singing. Everyone knows it is good for the soul, but can it also be good for the school and the scholar? Singing is one of the many feel-good activities that triggers the body to release endorphins. These endorphins provide a sense of well being and satisfaction. The sound of young voices...
  • Your Voice, Your Way.

    Melissa Toy Vocal Coaching Tutor (South West London) Picture All too often I have students enter my studio seeking desperate help to change their voice because it is "horrible", "not audible" or because they feel they simply "can't sing". How many times have you heard someone mention how "great their voice is", or how "they can't sing"........ well I am...