SINGING TEACHER BRISTOL
Clifton - Redland - Westbury - Henleaze - Stoke Bishop
Get an honest opinion
As an experienced voice coach I know that it is best to be totally honest with my students about their singing and vocal ability. It wouldn’t make sense to use false-flattery as it is important to clearly talk about your voice and what needs to be done to make it better.
Record your voice
With your permission I like to record each lesson and email you the audio files. This gives you a copy of the lesson that you can refer to in the future, as well as allowing you to hear how much your voice has improved.
Recording is a fantastic teaching tool as it allows you to hear your ‘real‘ voice as it would sound to an audience and directly compare it with how you thought your voice sounded if you listen to yourself straight after singing.
Loosing bad habits - the way to improve the vocal ability
Some lucky people keep the beautiful voice they were born with and need no training, but the rest of us need to understand how our voice works.
It is very easy to teach children to sing. They very often have few bad habits to be removed, and so quickly reveal the beautiful freedom of their voice.
Tension in the neck is too subtle to physically notice or cause annoyance, even in lower pitches, but it can change the tone of our voice significantly.
Stylise your voice to fit your favourite genre
Once we both (and your audience) feel happy with your vocal technique we can hone your individual expression and style. It is best not to copy anybody else‘s style, but to find your own individually to release your natural potential.
Call 0117 966 42 70 or 077 38 26 20 85