I offer a unique approach for beginners to experienced singers who are seeking to explore the full expressive potential of their voice.
Each person I work with brings their own blend of interests, learning style and resources, and a precious and unique voice. I am particularly passionate about teaching in a way that is practical, empowering and inspiring.
I draw on my intensive training as a teacher of the Alexander Technique - used world wide as an approach to refining our kinaesthetic intelligence as we move/sound/ think.
I offer a unique approach for beginners to experienced singers who are seeking to explore the full potential of their voice. I teach individual lessons in Preston.
These sessions can be tailored to the specific needs and interests of the individual.
Lessons can cover:
A combination of both individual and small group learning provides an ideal environment for exploring the full potential of our own speaking/singing voice, and build confidence in sharing our voice with an audience. I regularly offer small groups (6 or less participants) in Preston.
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Every individual has their own particular way of learning and a unique voice.
I enjoy shaping lessons and classes to meet each person.
Over the years, I have pursued an intensive study of the interconnection of movement/imagination/ intention through my study of voice, co-ordination and rhythm. As a singer I was drawn to find practical and accessible ways to meet the emotional and physical challenge of a performance situation.
I am passionate about sharing my longterm exploration of rhythmic voice. As a vocalist, I have always been fascinated by different approaches to developing rhythmic improvisation. For many singers, developing a strong sense of rhythm is often a neglected area, unless they ha
Upcoming workshops :
I am a certified facilitator of TaKeTiNa - a cutting edge approach to embodied rhythm education developed through over 40 years by world renowned rhythm researcher - Reinhard Flatischler.
She also draws on many years of immersion in Javanese and Balinese traditional music, and her training with master teachers around the world including Glen Velez (frame drum), the Gundecha Brothers (Dhrupad - classical Indian vocal training) and most recently with Reinhard Flatischler.
' Your approach is gentle and confident and confidence-inspiring and incredibly knowledgeable.
I have learned that there is a lot more to singing than I first thought, but it is possible to improve quickly and that I actually have a nice singing voice!