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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...
Classical Singing

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Singing Wagner

Recently I was invited by Dame Anne Evans to sing the Liebestod from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde...
Vocal Coaching

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Achieving Your Full Vocal Potential

Most of us are lucky enough to be born with the ability to make sound, and our voice quickly...
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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  • Helen Littlewood Broadstairs, CT10 Gold Member

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    Music is a gift: it is personal, a chance to communicate with others through song. My main instrument is voice but I also teach piano/keyboard/theory/composition, and I tailor my lessons to suit you.
  • Natalia Kawka East Finchley, N2 Gold Member

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    In my lessons you will understand how your voice works and will learn how to control it. We will be strongly focusing on your musical creativity, performing skills and stage confidence to give you everything you need as an outstanding performer!
  • Thomas Aldren Richmond, TW10 Silver Member

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    I am a very experienced violinist, currently working with the English Chamber Orchestra and Cologne Chamber Orchestra, as well as extensive chamber music work. I have private teaching experience, and would happily welcome any new enthusiastic pupils.
  • Thalie Knights Central Brighton, BN1

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    I'm a friendly, French bi-lingual (French native) freelance opera singer. I am available for private individual, or group lessons in French tuition, or singing.
  • Darquise Bilodeau Chislehurst, BR7 Silver Member

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    I am an experienced performer and singing teacher. I use a Classically-based technique, and will support you in improving your singing experience, whatever your age, level and aims. Try it out!
  • Aisha Ross Richmond, TW10 Gold Member

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    Hello! My name is Aisha Ross and I am a graduate of The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. I work as an actor, artist and tutor in French, Drama, Vocal Coaching and English as a Second Language.
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Singing Articles

  • Your voice is a hidden treasure.

    Phoebe Eley Classical Singing Teacher (North West London) Picture You are the master and owner of your own voice. Most instrumentalists carry their instruments on their back, shoulders, between their hands. As singers we carry ours inside our bodies. We sleep with them in our bodies, we run with them, we shout, we laugh, we talk, we exercise, we go out to...
  • Why should I do my warm ups?

    Maggie Boyd Vocal Coaching Tutor (North London) Picture Practice makes Perfect. 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...
  • Why Singing Is Important

    Appolonie Jazz/ Pop Singing Teacher (North London) Picture Singing is important for any musician. Singing naturally creates a strong physical connection between our ears and the sounds we are hearing. If you are learning music from the page onto your instrument, you are leaving your voice out, therefore also your ears. This creates a strong...

 

  • Fear of Singing

    Maggie Boyd Vocal Coaching Tutor (North London) Picture Managing nerves is a part of learning to sing and should be a part of your lesson.  The warm ups we do for breathing technique and vocal exercises are also a part of managing nerves and building the body into a template of readiness to sing and fly with your voice.  Are you afraid to sing? ...
  • Singing, Anatomy and Imagination

    Nicola Harrison Classical Singing Teacher (Oxford) Picture The act of singing is highly complex. Involving:- Coordination of back muscles, lower abdominal muscles, intercostal and thoracic muscles and diaphragm.- Intricate interactions of the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the larynx (for example at least 27 muscles here), the tongue, the pharynx...
  • Your Voice Is Unique To You!

    Simone Sauphanor Vocal Coaching Tutor (West London) Picture Sound is everywhere. So much to chose from, where to begin.... the humming of bees, birds chirping, doors shutting, the patter of rain, the clap of thunder, the sound of instruments from every region of the world. Then there is of course the human voice and mouth in speech, song, laughter,...