Philosophy

Singing lessons

Philosophy

I firmly believe that we can all be singers. As long as you can speak, you can learn to sing.

Unfortunately, a lot of people think that you can either sing, or you can’t. However, it takes time and effort to learn an instrument, and singing is no different – for example, you wouldn’t sit down at a piano and expect to be a dazzling maestro straight away! Having said that, many people find that they can begin to improve their singing after the first few lessons, and can make signifcant progress after a few months of lessons as long as they also find some time to practise.

Whether you want to sing music theatre, jazz, pop or classical music, I believe that all good singing springs from the same fundamental principles. My teaching focuses on breath control and releasing unnecessary tension so that the voice is able to function with a more natural and effortless production.

Good singing teaching is about good communication. Finding a vocabulary that resonates between teacher and student is essential. I strive to find the most effective way of communicating for each student, whether it be a physiological explanation, an abstract mental image or a kinaesthetic exercise – and it is likely that all of these methods will be used at some point!

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