How to blossom as a singer
- Learn how to practice: Become systematic: hunt for your vocal issues, experiment with what works and drill that in.
- Build better mental habits: Saying ‘I suck’ won’t get you anywhere. Learn to think positive, in a non-BS way.
- Get in shape as a singer: How well you understand and shape your body determines how good you can become.
Build on these pillars and you’ll be amazed.
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.”
“During performances in the past, nerves would take over, and I could not deliver the aria from a place of confidence. But in a recent performance, thanks to Linors course and classes, I sang like a resurrected being! “
“I’m so glad I took that first lesson. Vocally, I improved so much. Thanks to Linors lessons, I got accepted into Vocal Academy in London!”
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.”
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