Voice Lessons in London

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Voice lessons in London taken weekly on a one on one basis are the fastest way to achieve results with your vocal training. Individual attention and custom tailored singing lessons using today’s most effective, proven singing instruction methods insure that your sessions are both efficient and, at the same time, provide you with a greater depth of understanding of how your voice works and how you can use it to achieve your goals.

Singing lessons in London or Hertfordshire begin with one third of your time spent on technique. This includes posture alignment, breathing technique, tonal onset exercises, vowel formation, and muscle relaxation.

You will then transition to musical study for the remaining time of your singing lesson. This can be a song that you have chosen, or Jeff is happy to suggest music to be studied. Songwriters are welcome to sing partially finished materials, their latest new song, or work on a cover that they’d like to understand better. As a former student of Marianne Ploger, Jeff is well equipped to help you better understand the music theory behind any song.

In just one lesson you will understand more about how your voice works, and how you can incorporate singing technique to fine tune your vocal palette and achieve greater range, power and expression.

All voice lessons in London or Hertfordshire are recorded for your practice purposes and can be taken at a variety of locations

For information including rates in London, England: Singing Lessons in London

For information including rates in Hertfordshire: Singing lessons in Watford

For information about Jeff coming to your studio to work with you there, get a free consultation using the contact form

... Jeff pays close attention to the expressed ambitions of his students, making their goals his very own.Inevitably,working with Jeff furthers the goals of the student while also catapulting their confidence to the requisite level for optimum performance.”

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