Where do you teach?
I teach at home in Bermondsey in south London. The nearest underground stations are Bermondsey Underground Station (a 15 minute walk) on the Jubilee Line and London Bridge Underground Station (a 30 minute walk) on the Jubilee and Northern Line. I also teach in Marylebone. Please click here for more information.
The nearest bus stop is Alscot Road serving routes No. 1 and No. 78.
How much is a singing lesson?
One singing lesson is £45 and lasts for 60 minutes. You can also block book 10 singing lessons, receive a 10% discount and save £45. You pay £405 instead of £450. Please click here for more information about block booking.
I'm allergic to animals. Do you have any pets?
Yes, I have a little black cat called Mimmi so please prepare by taking antihistamines if you are allergic to cats.
What can I expect when I arrive for my singing lesson if I am new to studying singing?
If you are a beginner and feel a bit unsure of what to expect, I can reassure you that you'll be absolutely fine!
You'll probably feel a bit nervous to begin with and that's perfectly normal. We will begin the lesson with a brief chat about your singing experience followed by breathing exercises and vocalising before turning to any repertoire.
It is very important to warm up the voice just as if you would (hopefully) warm up before you go running. If you are an experienced singer you know what to expect and you might have warmed up beforehand so we can get down to more difficult vocal techniques before turning to repertoire. Every singer is different from each other and I don't adhere to a certain school of singing trying to fit every person into a preconceived formula of "one glove fits all".
Do I need to bring anything?
It would be great if you could bring sheet music for any songs or arias you want to work on and also bring an extra copy for me.
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