How to become a better singer
- Get instructions you understand. Teachers who come with vague metaphors without explanation are no use.
- Learn to think positive: Saying ‘I suck’ won’t get you anywhere. Find what works for you and drill it in,
- Maintain a healthy body: Become aware of your posture, release muscle tension, do bodywork like yoga.
Build from these three pillars and be amazed how good a singer you can become…
I teach all styles
I’m a trained opera singer but most of my students sing pop and/or musical. I use my technical knowledge to help people in all styles. Check out the video to see what I mean and get your first mini lesson about head voice and chest voice.
“I learned a lot in a few lessons, which makes me want to continue. It’s more than just a singing lesson: at the end of each I walked out feeling stronger, happier with myself.”
“Linor has helped me to find the natural colour of my voice, with an emphasis on vocal health. I made big progress with her and enjoyed her kindness as well.”
“Linor is boundlessly devoted to and ambitious for her students. She’s introduced me to a whole new world of musical creativity, ability, and confidence.”
About me as a performer
“In a difficult tour of over 60 performances of the Phantom of the Opera, in two-and-a-half months, Linor maintained a high level of energy and professionalism combined with a refreshing sense of humour. I believe Linor to be an asset to any company or opera house.”
I was fortunate that 90% of the singing teachers I worked with were great advocates of Alexander technique. My last two teachers worked hand in hand with Alexander teachers, who knew their singing technique, so both methods complemented each other. Alexander [...]