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Alicia RED
Alicia GUITAR
Alicia BAND
Alicia SAXOPHONE
Alicia DOTS
Alicia RECORDING
Alicia ACOUSTIC
Alicia UKULELE
Alicia MICROPHONE
Alicia SINGING
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ABOUT ALICIA

Treat your voice with kindness.

"Alicia is an extremely creative singer - both artistically and technically stunning. She fluently uses a wide variety of tones and nuances in her singing. Singing with the soul of singers such as Janis Joplin but with the ability to switch into a beautiful and sweet singing style that is of equal gravitas. Very versatile as a vocalist whilst maintaining a distinctive sound." 

JULIA MOSLEY - SINGER

Vocal science is a constantly evolving field and Alicia is always learning!

For a list of Alicia's ongoing training, please click here.

HOW IT ALL BEGAN...

Alicia performed her first solo on stage at five years old! As a child, she developed her love of performing by attending theatre schools, including as a part-time student of the renowned Sylvia Young's. Her early experience with musical theatre includes performing in the West End at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and her first professional recording experience aged 8 saw her recording regularly for the nationwide company Early Learning Centre. 

 

In her teenage years, Alicia received agency interest for her acting from Disney and became an under-16 singing finalist at the International Presentation of Performers, held in New York, through which she gained label interest from Virgin Records and Upscale Records LA. Aged 16 and with a passion for all the arts, Alicia was selected as an 'Artist of the Future' by the Mercury Theatre, Colchester, undergoing an intensive training programme with professional Shakespearean and West End actors. She has also undergone various dramatic training for television and film.

 

Growing up, Alicia moved away from Musical Theatre and acting to develop her distinctive rock and blues tone, learning the importance of loving her voice for its individuality. A rekindled interest in musical instruments further brought about her talent for songwriting. Always of a curious nature, Alicia began teaching herself instruments aged four and makes it a mission in life to play every instrument that exists! As a result, Alicia has an impeccable understanding of music theory, with a Grade 8 in Popular Music Theory, a Grade 8 Jazz Alto Saxophone, and a fervent love of guitar. Alicia plays various other instruments including the piano, ukulele, tin whistle, harmonica, and even the didgeridoo! She is currently studying classical piano and teaching herself violin. 

 

Alicia has a passion for live music, and it was during her time at university - where she received a First Class BA Honours in Popular Music & Creative Writing - that she was presented with the accolade of Personality of the Year 2013/14 for running and hosting a live music scene.

 

With a raw, unique voice and vibrant personality, Alicia is well known for emotive, lively performances, something that has seen her scouted and shortlisted for BBC's 'The Voice' 2016. A distinct songwriting style, Alicia has also been picked to work with industry professionals as a Young Songwriter at the prestigious Roundhouse in Camden, London. Alicia has performed as a frontwoman of both Rock and Jazz bands and as a solo singer/songwriter. She has also provided backing vocals for folk artists.

 

Interning with Coalition Talent Ltd, one of the leading Live Music Agencies in the country representing the likes of Radio 1 DJs Greg James and Clara Amfo, provided a fantastic understanding of the music industry. Alicia had the great opportunity to shadow brand managers, learning exactly what it is to appeal to labels. With an interest in A & R, Alicia also worked closely with the Coffee House Sessions, an acoustic platform for up-and-coming artists that has toured acts such as The Shires.

JOURNEY INTO TEACHING...

Alicia's first venture into teaching was when she was just 18 years old! After working in the music business in her early twenties, Alicia was passionate to return to working directly with musicians and with the voice. 

VOCAL METHODS & PRINCIPLES

Alicia doesn't teach just one vocal method, but instead uses an eclectic, integrative approach allowing her to be fully adaptive to her students' needs and newly emerging vocal science! She has received training in some of the leading methodologies including Estill and Somatic Voicework:

 

  • In Autumn 2015 and April 2019, Alicia completed her Levels 1 & 2 training of the revolutionary Estill Voice Training. Drawing on groundbreaking research, Estill offers a logical and scientific understanding of the voice and its anatomy, making singing accessible to everyone - we all have the same equipment, it's just how we use it! 

  • ​In July 2021, Alicia ventured into the work of renowned vocal coach and signing teacher Jeanette LoVetri, undergoing and completing her Somatic Voicework™ Levels 1, 2 and 3. Aligning much with her own ethos of teaching, Somatic Voicework™ teaches the person, not the larynx, connecting emotion with the voice, and has the primary goal of creating fully functional freedom of sound-making, no matter the style of singing!

VOCAL HEALTH

With a keen interest in vocal science and in aiding others, Alicia became a volunteer with her local Speech & Language Therapy team in 2015, shadowing vocal specialists and volunteering as a Communication Partner with stroke patients. In April 2021, Alicia received accreditation as a Vocal Health First Aider, with aims to continue her vocal health journey in the near future to become a Vocal Rehabilitation Specialist. A great believer in the healing power of music, and having taught an entire array of students, Alicia ensures lessons are welcoming and a safe space to explore the vulnerable and personal elements of the voice. Incorporating her own personal experience and empathetic nature alongside her ongoing exploration into techniques, from Acceptance and Commitment Training for Music Performace Anxiety to singing for the benefit of various health issues, Alicia regularly aims to deepen her understanding of the biological, psychological and sociological aspects of the voice. She continues to explore Speech & Language Therapy and Performance Psychology through her own studies and active attendance at industry workshops and clinical forums hosting world-leading coaches, laryngologists and SLTs. In November 2021, Alicia undertook her PG Cert in Professional Practice (Voice Pedagogy) with a specialism in Performance Coaching. Most recently, in March 2024, Alicia received her certification with distinction in Gender-Affirming Voice and Communication Coaching. 

OUTSIDE OF MUSIC

Aside from music, Alicia has a great interest in Creative Writing and Art. She holds an MA in Publishing Media, combining her passions for storytelling, art and music via designing interactive musical books for children. In her spare time, she is an enthusiastic, amateur bookbinder. A previous pursuit of Music Journalism has also seen Alicia experience the music industry in another light, undergoing work experience at the nationwide rock magazine KERRANG!

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