VIDLA is now The Voice College!

You may have noticed over the last week that our website and social media accounts have undergone a bit of a transformation. We've not been taken over by alien invaders, we've just made the decision to re-brand the college because thanks to you we've grown so much over the last few years! VIDLA stood for¬†Vocalist … Continue reading VIDLA is now The Voice College!

VIDLA student of the year

The 2012 Student of the Year award went to Sarah Ditchburn, (Prof. Dip) who runs her teaching studio in Wolverhampton. She proudly posted a pic of her award yesterday and we couldn't resist sharing it with you! Could this be you next year? We offer a wide range of distance-learning courses for singing teachers, all … Continue reading VIDLA student of the year

New VIDLA URLs

For those who haven't caught the posts on Facebook or Twitter: there have been a couple of recent changes for two of our sites - The VIDLA Network is now at: http://www.vidla-network.com And the blog, which you are currently reading (!) has moved to http://www.vidla.info I guess while we're here we may as well complete … Continue reading New VIDLA URLs

VIDLA Scholarships: The Steve Balsamo Scholarship & The John Owen Jones Award

2012 sees us launch our first annual scholarships, The Steve Balsamo Scholarship and The John Owen Jones Award The scholarships, which are available for any of our accredited distance-learning courses for vocalists and vocal coaches, will be awarded to deserving applicants who would not otherwise be able to afford to study with us, and who … Continue reading VIDLA Scholarships: The Steve Balsamo Scholarship & The John Owen Jones Award

John Owen Jones joins VIDLA as UK Patron

We are delighted to announce that John Owen Jones has joined VIDLA as our second UK Patron. He joins Steve Balsamo (UK) and Dena Murray (USA) in the role. John says: "It is a great pleasure to be involved with a programme committed to helping people be the best that they can be. That's a … Continue reading John Owen Jones joins VIDLA as UK Patron

New Year, New Team, New Courses!

We're looking forward to getting back to business on Monday 9th, and the first thing we'll do is welcome two vital new team members! We'll let you know more over the next week or so, but first let's introduce our new Registrar, Cordelia Lewis. We like our people to have industry experience, and Cordelia (also … Continue reading New Year, New Team, New Courses!

VIDLA: Steve Balsamo Scholarship to be launched Spring 2012

As part of the recent appointment of singing star Steve Balsamo to the position of UK Patron for VIDLA, we are pleased to announce that we will be launching The Steve Balsamo Scholarship in the Spring of 2012. The scholarship will be awarded to ONE applicant only, and on this inaugural year will be available … Continue reading VIDLA: Steve Balsamo Scholarship to be launched Spring 2012

Why Should You Bother Doing a VIDLA Course?

Distance-learning isn't for everyone, but there are a lot of good reasons why you may benefit from taking one of our courses if you want to expand your knowledge of vocal pedagogy under the guidance of one of our highly-experienced tutors. We have many students who come to us with very, very impressive qualifications - … Continue reading Why Should You Bother Doing a VIDLA Course?

New course with Dena Murray launches Oct 2010!

Dena Murray - Master Vocal Coach and good friend to our very own Principal Ria Keen, has joined with us to bring you a brand new 8-week course - exclusive to VIDLA -¬† in which you will be able to train directly with her via skype, and attain an accredited VIDLA qualification at the same … Continue reading New course with Dena Murray launches Oct 2010!

VIDLA joins the College of Teachers

We are delighted to announce that VIDLA has been granted Institutional Membership of the College of Teachers. The College of Teachers is the UK's professional educational institute for teachers. Holding the 366th Royal Charter issued by the monarchy, their aim is to be at the forefront of continuing professional development and promoting the teaching profession. … Continue reading VIDLA joins the College of Teachers