- Teaches students:
- Ages 16+
- Teaching since:
I love to teach and I love music. I am committed to encouraging my students to developing their own passion for music by working hard and having fun. I challenge them to discover what they can uniquely contribute to the music they perform and encourage them to value those discoveries within themselves. Singing is an individual and personalised experience, therefore I adapt my teaching for each student. I believe in guiding my students through a journey of self-discovery and self-appreciation knowing that those skills will not only make them confident and excellent musicians, but will encourage them to use their unique creativity to enrich their lives as a whole.
Whether you're looking to overcome performance anxiety, learn new rep, prepare for an audition, or just sing for fun, I have 10 years of experience to draw from to help you grow during your singing journey.
I currently live in London and am completing the Opera Course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I've performed throughout the USA, Australia, Europe, and the UK.
The Consul by Menotti
Teaching a wide range of styles and technique
Albert Herring with director Bruce Beresford
Organised, produced, and performed in a show with a variety of songs from the musical theatre and jazz repertoire in collaboration with One World Productions.
Taught music, prepared students for competitions, basic sight reading and music theory, performance practice, language coaching, and technique.
Group Voice: taught music appreciation, addressing performance anxiety, performance practice, basic music theory and sight-reading, and performance evaluation.
Taught music, language coaching, basic music theory and sight reading, and performance practice.
la finta giardiniera by Mozart
Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten
World premier of the opera Parking Lot for Hyacinths
First place winner of national competition
Production of Suor Angelica
la coronazione di Poppea by Monteverdi
Dialogue of the Carmelites by Poulenc
Suor Angelica by Puccini