Group singing lessons

Not everyone likes private singing lessons, or has the budget. With these group singing lessons, I make learning to sing more accessible.

It's also great fun to sing in a group. You blend voices and feel like an ensemble. I teach you about the voice, give you eye-opening (or voice-opening rather) exercises. We sing some songs together in harmony.

The Stage fright Workshop

Can the severest case of stage fright be overcome?

 I will tell you first hand about my own life. Whereas I currently have no problem singing in front of hundreds of people, there was a time when I didn't even sing if anyone was within earshot.

But also milder cases of stage fright are annoying. They prevent you from reaching your full potential in front of a group. Those are the moments that count in life: giving that presentation, talking at that wedding of a friend. It's ok if these occasions are not perfect - they're often better when they are a bit improvised. As long as they're not spoiled by an accompanying feeling of fright, you and the audience will have better memories.

I see people of different professions suffer needlessly, feeling their voices getting weaker and slowly vanishing along with their charisma. For them I have created these workshops, tailor made for different ways people use their voices in their work:

Stage Fright Course

A four meeting course with a final performance for an audience.

For whom?
Even though my background is that of a singer, I don't only coach singers. In fact, most of the people who attend the workshop or this course are not singers. Some examples of their background:

The group size will be between 4 and 8 persons. I have found that this number of people strikes the right balance between intimacy and creating a stage-like atmosphere, which are both necessary.

SpeakWell Workshop

As someone who speaks as a part of your job, do you train it so it doesn't fail you? Do you know how to maintain your voice so you don't get hoarse after speaking extensively?

I see people of different professions suffer needlessly, feeling their voices getting weaker and slowly vanishing along with their charisma. For them I have created these workshops, tailor made for different ways people use their voices in their work:

Unhealthy use of the voice can lead to serious damage, as a result of which you might have to take time off and lose out. Before that happens your audience or clients will get a less convincing version of you, and again, you'll lose out. 

Freeing the voice box of a student