Individual Lessons

Individual singing lessons for adults and children alike are tailored to each student, whether they are learning just for fun or for more serious study. With an emphasis on the use of good vocal technique to develop the voice and its range, the aim is always to give all confidence in their voice and performance skills.

I teach classical and theatre repertoire, popular and contemporary styles covering all aspects of musical style and performance.

Consultation lessons & coaching for concerts and auditions are also offered.

Preparation for singing examinations at all grades for ABRSM, Trinity/Guildhall and GSA (Musical Theatre singing examinations) is offered as an option for those who wish to undertake them.

Lesson Structures

Initial Consultation Lesson

After a few questions regarding musical preferences and experience we will do some simple vocal exercises to assess the range of vocal ability. Then we find a song to sing.

Follow up lessons

Lessons are made up of warm ups, vocal exercises and singing songs.

Cost

£35 an hour
£17.50 half an hour for children
Joint Lessons £8.75 per child
Group lessons (3 children)£6 per child.

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Terms & Conditions

  1. Lessons – Tuition will be given according to the lesson chosen at the time of booking.
  2. Time of lesson – Please be prompt and arrive on time for your lesson. If the time of the lesson  is delayed by the teacher the time will be made up.
  3. Payment of fees – The student (or Parent/Guardian) can pay the fees on time at each lesson or by cheque/BACS transfer in advance or other arrangement. Invoices will be issued at the start of each 6 week block. Payment of this invoice is required within 30 days.
  4. Lessons are booked on a half termly basis, normally 6 weeks at a time.
  5. Missed Lessons – Lessons missed or cancelled without 24hours notice will be chargeable, unless in exceptional circumstances.
  6. Termination of tuition – One month’s notice to be given by either party of termination of singing lessons by mutual consent. Failure to provide one month’s notice will result in retention.