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Why have singing lessons?

Everyone can sing! Some are more talented than others. Some of them know it, and others don’t....
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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...
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Breath: The Secret Power Behind Your Voice

“Breathe in.” “Take a breath.” Asking people to do this tends to result in a heave of the...
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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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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...

 

  • Looking After Your Vocal Health

    Simon Atkins Vocal Coaching Tutor (Worcester) Picture It wasn't until I began to train as a voice teacher that I realised just how important vocal training is in helping performers to maintain their vocal health. Fundamental to this is breathing and in particular re-training the body to breathe in a natural, relaxed way, encouraging physical...
  • Thoughts on improving the singing voice.

    Maggie Boyd Vocal Coaching Tutor (North London) Picture It’s interesting that singing students are so very different and yet the basics of singing lessons are so very similar. This weekend two new students came to me to improve their singing voice. Both students needed help with voice quality, volume and projection, so the approach was the same,...
  • Labelling in the Classroom - Effects and Dangers

    Karoline Gable Vocal Coaching Tutor (South West 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...