Teaching

Throughout my performing career, I have always enjoyed being able to pass on my passion for singing, knowledge and experience to students. Many people can be a little bit nervous about taking the first step but with a relaxed approach, healthy breathing exercises and plenty of encouragement, before you know it, you’ll be making progress. Singing boosts your confidence and immune system and can help you be part of a community. 

Whether you are already part of a choir and have a re-audition coming up or have no experience and would like to join a community choir or are a professional singer, you are welcome! If you simply want to learn a party piece or special song, if you practise, you can achieve it! Here are some of the folk who have passed through my door…

  • Members of RSNO Chorus successful re-auditions

  • Members of SCO Chorus successful re-auditions

  • Members of GSA Choir

  • Members of community choirs

 

Students currently and formerly at:

  • Aberdeen University Music department,

  • Edinburgh Napier University Music department

  • Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) Traditional Music department

  • Dance School of Scotland - Musical Theatre Course

  • National Youth Choir of Scotland (NYCoS)

  • Finalist in Gold Medal competition of the Mòd in Stornoway

  • Singer-songwriters – open mic , professional gigs, recordings

  • Band coaching - BMG contract awarded with special mention of vocal progress 

  • Professional Actors – National Theatre of Scotland and Mull Theatre

  • X-Factor coaching for students at Bootcamp stage

  • Public speaking and presentation skills 

Presentation up to Grade 8 Exams - ABRSM

I have taught Singing at Higher and ‘A’ Level , HND and HNC Musical Theatre at Langside College (now part of Glasgow Clyde College).

Children and Young People

One to one and in groups, including students with autism, dyspraxia, learning difficulties. 

PVG Certified 

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"Thank you for restoring my singing voice"

JS , Glasgow

"I thought i might be too old at 61 to learn to sing. I am glad I took the plunge. It has brought the music of my youth back into my life. It is good for posture and has improved my back and joints. i have joined a community choir and gained more confidence. "

CM, Hamilton

"Thank you so much for my lessons! It has helped me and my confidence so much. The show was so fun and we all loved the experience. "

ST, age 11