Tag Archives: One-to-one singing tuition
When you are on tour, you will have days when your voice is more or less flexible. Just like any person who uses their muscles for their working life, singing is also a profession where in order to maintain being top of your game, you must warm up. Drummers warm up their wrists, sax players […]
Tash Newington is one of those vocalists with whom it is a pleasure to work with. Always smiling, happy, amenable, willing to try new vocal techniques & even unafraid to try out new vocal ad-libs, she has 100% the mentality of a professional performer! Check out her brand new video All recorded at Brighton Singing […]
When you are learning to sing, I would always advise that beginner vocalists need to get to grips with how the voice works. In my private vocal coaching sessions, I take my singers through a thorough exploration of the anatomy of the voice. We cover topics such as what the vocal folds are, where they […]
How we sound represents who we are! Our voices can sound Confident, Assertive, Friendly, Trustworthy, Attractive, Sincere or even Humorous. It is time we realised the effect our voice has on our life. Vocal training is not just about scales or breathing exercises. Successful voice use magnetizes opportunity and creates a new world of day to […]
My hat goes off to the wonderful Alix Penfold for her singing professionalism… If Brighton Singing Lessons has a hat, that is 🙂
Develop your singing voice by going to open mic nights in Brighton.
Brand new to this year’s X-Factor audition process was the video upload to show your vocal talent – but it’s not too late to audition in the traditional way!
Easter, new singing students, and a puppy!
Making a quick youtube video for Emma Davidmann, Singer Songwriter on Brighton Seafront.
I am bursting with pride & anticipation here as I write because one of my singing students is nearing the completion of the mix of her first song. I will tell you more about it in good time as we have yet more recording to do and also the business and sales side of things […]