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IN-PERSON LESSONS

Treat your voice with kindness.

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For lesson prices, visit the price list

Are you after Vocal Health sessions? Click here.

Interested in Performance Coaching? Learn about it here.

Looking for Gender-Affirming Voice lessons? Find out more here.

Alicia has been teaching for over nine years, both privately and freelance for performing art schools, and has developed a highly effective, personable approach to teaching.

WHAT WILL VOCAL LESSONS GIVE ME?

Alicia's number one aim is to give you complete vocal and expressive freedom. You'll work towards...

  • eliminating strain and making singing a safe and comfortable activity

  • building self-confidence alongside self-awareness

  • breath control and management

  • using song as a tool of expression

  • developing tone and pitch, working towards stronger delivery and expanding vocal range

  • introducing you to recording, audition and performance techniques, including dramatic ability

  • improving your understanding of music theory and songwriting

WHAT VOCAL METHODS DO YOU TEACH?

Alicia believes every voice is as individual as the person who owns it. She doesn't define her teaching by just one method, and instead believes a multidisciplinary and open-minded approach to teaching and coaching is best! Always building on her knowledge, Alicia incorporates a variety of methods, utilising a vast toolbox to provide exercises and lesson plans that suit each unique student. Her toolbox includes:

  • Estill Voice Technique

  • CVT

  • Somatic Voicework

WHO DO YOU TEACH?

The simple answer is 'everyone'. All ages (6+) and abilities are welcome, whether you're a complete beginner wanting to gain confidence in your voice or a more experienced vocalist who's looking to refine your technique! Each lesson is catered to the individual needs of the student, so no matter what your goal Alicia will work with your ambitions in mind.

 

Alicia works with both professional and beginner voices and has aided students in preparing for and landing West End roles and commercial work, in auditioning for Am Dram societies and achieving principal roles in local productions, and in attaining A-Level and GCSE Music. She has further helped students prepare and record songs for special occasions and warmly welcomes students who simply wish to have fun and gain confidence in their own voice. 

Alicia has worked successfully with a vast variety of students, including those with ADHD, Autism, learning difficulties, alongside high-functioning anxiety and other mental health conditions. She welcomes all who wish to sing!

Have a question? Check out the FAQ page or get in touch.

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