I've had a bit of a year of it, accident-wise. In October 2017 I fell from the top stair of a full flight and landed heavily on my butt, on the bottom step (oh the irony)! At the time I genuinely thought I'd broken my back, because the impact winded me so much that I … Continue reading Bowen Therapy – A Singer’s Secret Weapon?
At The Voice College we're big believers in teachers not only being strong singers with a deep understanding of how the voice works, but also having great performance chops and professional experience in the music and / or theatre industries. Very few people want to train to sing to their bedroom walls, so we think … Continue reading Practise what you preach
We're working like very hard-working things behind the scenes for some fab new 'stuff' that's going to be launching next year, and in order to make that happen we've had to expand our team so here are three of the new faces coming to a study room, workshop, webinar or course near you soon! … Continue reading New team members for our expanding provision!
Our scholarship winners for 2015-16 are about to start their studies and we thought we'd introduce them to you, starting with actor / singer / dancer Alan Richardson. All of our shortlisted applicants this year were outstanding and we had a very tough time deciding who should receive the scholarships... In the end it came … Continue reading 2015 John Owen Jones Award Winner – Alan Richardson
I'm a huge fan of the musical theatre talent that we produce in this country. In the MT schools and on the West End and touring stages stand and sing some of the greatest voices we have. It infuriates me when shows like X-Factor / The Voice tell the hapless contestants "Well really you don't belong … Continue reading Why aren’t we looking after our Musical Theatre students?