Seeking Voices to discuss Ethics in Voice Teaching

Research Symposium Seeks Panel Representatives I am super excited for this upcoming Symposium on ethics, with Voice Study Centre, which is entitled: Staying in Your Lane: Ethical Considerations for Teaching Singing and Caring for Voices This will be held in conjunction with University of Wales Trinity Saint David, De Montfort University and Singing for Health … Continue reading Seeking Voices to discuss Ethics in Voice Teaching

6 reasons you should take up singing after 50

Singing keeps your brain active: learning new skills is an engaging and enriching experience and singing is scientifically proven to keep you feeling young As well as feeling young, singing may help stave off the mental and physical symptoms of dementia, Alzheimer's or Parkinson's, keeping your motor and memory abilities in great shape Singing has … Continue reading 6 reasons you should take up singing after 50

Kate in a visor with a risk assessment for singing lessons face to face in Cheshire

A quick guide to organising face-to-face lessons, for Singing Teachers

Are you also completely overwhelmed by what we are and are not allowed to do - and importantly, how to keep everyone safe whilst singing in the middle of a pandemic? I've returned to work in the midst of a global crisis (after a very bizarre maternity leave) and had to get my head around … Continue reading A quick guide to organising face-to-face lessons, for Singing Teachers