Singing is a truly wonderful form of self-expression yet it can also feel very vulnerable to express ourselves in this way. Our voice is a delicate part of ourselves often crying out to be heard. As a Vocal and Performance Coach, I have met many people over the years who genuinely would love to sing or regularly sing behind closed doors, yet to sing in public feels very scary or even impossible. Many people have stories of being thrown out of the school choir or publicly humiliated/criticized in some way and have resolved to never sing in public again, convinced that they can’t sing and disliking their own voice while secretly longing to sing.
When we have had these experiences it can indeed be devastating and so very sad. I believe that everyone has the ability to sing and everyone’s voice needs and deserves to be heard. My aim is to create a safe and loving space for people to explore and enjoy their voice to it’s fullest potential whatever their level of singing experience or skill. Read More