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One-to-One Voice Lessons

A slim white human is leaning slightly forward to the camera, with a big grin on their face. They have short blonde hair with dark brown roots which is shaved at the sides. They are wearing a black t-shirt, a small black beaded necklace, and horn-rimmed glasses.What I Offer

I have a variety of services I offer for lessons, including: singing training, trans voice exploration, songwriting, speech for acting, and western music theory.

I primarily teach queer and/or neurodivergent people, aged 15 to 40, however have some availability for people outside of this. If you are interested in being taught by me, please contact me.

My main singing genre specialties are musical theatre and pop, however I also work with students who sing the following genres: indie, classical crossover, jazz, blues, vintage, R’n’B and rock. My teaching style is student centred and evidence based, so if you feel you will connect with me as a person, I’d love to hear from you.

My lessons do not follow a blueprint, and are as individual as you are. When we start our lesson, that time is yours, for whatever you need. If in that moment, you need something other than what the time was originally booked for – if you need someone to vent to, a shoulder to cry on, or my opinion on something, I am honoured to be that person for you. Please know that when you come to a lesson with me, I have no expectations of what you will get from that – only that I know you will get something from it.

Prices and Availability

I teach exclusively online, generally via Zoom, however am happy to also work via other platforms.

My current prices are £50 an hour for one-to-one lessons as standard, with a no questions asked sliding scale to £35 as the lowest option (price to be confirmed in advance, and will be the same for all lessons).

I offer weekly, fortnightly, monthly, or “book in as you go” lessons to suit you.

If after reading the above you’d like to get in touch, to book a lesson, please get in touch by emailing me:

Inclusivity and Equality

I understands that booking a voice lesson can be a big, and scary thing for a lot of people. I am an advocate of personal growth and self love, and practice these myself too. Your sexuality, gender identity, race, religion, disability or age have no impact on how I will see you, and I welcome anyone for voice lessons.

I believe that both speaking and singing is hugely linked to our emotions, and often a difficult thing to do. My lessons are tailored to each student, and are as different in structure from each other, as each of my students are unique.

As well as working with the student to help them achieve what they want from their voice, I provide a safe space for all my students to talk about things other than voice work if they would like to. In my opinion and experience, allowing space to discuss things that are worrying the student, or for them to say something that is on their mind, always gives better results in the vocal things we do and how much they learn from that lesson, than if I were to be strict and structured in how a singing lesson looks.

I have found throughout my life that I am a person that other people feel able to open up to quite easily, and I am proud of the fact that I am not “just a voice teacher” but also someone that my students feel is a safe person to be able to talk to about things that they may otherwise not say to anyone else.

If you have any worries or concerns about booking a voice lesson, please be assured that I will welcome you, and my studio is a safe space for you to learn at your own pace, and in a way that you want and need to.