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I’ve just spent three days immersed in presentations from the world’s leading voice scientists and practitioners, along with some fascinating and illuminating conversations over meals and coffee. It was just what I needed to inspire me for another year of teaching, training and mentoring.
Carrie Simone Birmingham has just gained a Distinction in her Advanced Anatomy Certificate. Two excellent pieces of work: one on Posture and Personality, and one on Breathiness in young singers. Well done Carrie!
Can I congratulate Emily Blows on gaining a distinction in her certificate. Lots of hard work and some really innovative teaching. Well done Emily!
Here’s link to an interview I did with Debbie Winter, it’s all about teaching singing to children – with some useful exercises at the end. Link Here
The masterclass in Guildford on June 4th was a huge success. We had some wonderful young singers, a real mix of ages and musical genres. Here are some of the comments:
I’d like to congratulate PETER TAYLOR from Sheffield on completing his extensive portfolio and gaining a DISTINCTION. Well done Peter – you’ve really deserved this one.
This was such a success – fully booked with 25 lovely students – singing teachers, speech therapists and one laryngeal massage specialist! Here are some of the comments:
“Thank you for this course, it’s so important that things like this happen”
“I found it all useful – some of immediate practical value, some simply knowledge-broadening and fascinating”
“Great balance between the three speakers. All coming from a slightly different approach which I felt was so important to see – excellent”
“All very useful, informative and I enjoyed immersing myself completely, thank you for three amazing days!”
“A wonderfully diverse group of professionals to share ideas and experiences with whilst learning new information taught by true experts”
“There were lots of elements to each day that I could use in my own vocal development and also the development of my students”
“It was all fabulous!”
Congratulations to them – it’s been months of hard work.