A passionate educator of children and adults, Liz draws on her experience as a voice teacher and choral leader to help groups and individuals in areas such as technique, improvising, musicianship and rhythm/groove. She has learned from teachers of a range of pedagogies, including Estill and Accent Method, and continues to update her understanding of voice science and health. Click here to find out more about singing lessons online.
She has also led and directed singing workshops across the world including Rocky Mountain Festival (Banff, Canada), National Open Theatre Valletta (Malta), Dulwich College, Southwark Schools, Ampleforth College, and ARK Schools London. Liz has also adjudicated the UK final of the ICCAs many times.
Online Singing Lessons
If you are looking to explore your voice and learn some new tools, need a quick tune-up, or you have been singing a while and want to improve your knowledge of your instrument, Liz is now offering online singing tuition. You’ll get well-paced lessons, flexible structure, clear instructions, exercises designed to meet your goals, plus a healthy dose of encouragement and support.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information and we can chat more about your aims.
Workshops – now online
An experienced workshop leader in a range of settings, Liz draws on her performing experience to help choirs and groups with groove and rhythm, contemporary vocal technique, and introductions to pop, jazz and gospel repertoire. Liz is always keen to combine new approaches in group singing with more familiar, tried-and-tested concepts, with an emphasis on fun!
If you would like her to help your choir, your school or your ensemble either in the future or online, then drop her a line at email@example.com.
Workshop: Introduction to Song Leading
A day’s practical introduction to facilitating community singing. We’ll cover the basics for anyone new to group leading, including selection of repertoire, appropriate warm ups, planning sessions, non-verbal communication and teaching methods. This would also be a good opportunity to consolidate your practice if you have only been leading a group for a short period.
This workshop is also suitable for anyone wishing to improve their skills and gain confidence before progressing onto the Level 2 Standard Training with The Musical Breath
We are planning to run this course again in October 2020. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information