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Singing

Our singing classes aim to develop vocal technique, improve performance skills, build confidence and aid students in the development of projection, diction and breathing. Pupils cover a range a musical styles, with a predominant focus on musical theatre and contemporary singing. All pupils have the opportunity to work as an ensemble and on an individual basis with the teacher.

Musical Theatre

Pupils develop a well-rounded knowledge of musical theatre repertoire. From classic Broadway theatre (Rogers and Hammerstein, Kern, Rogers and Hart etc), to 70s and 80s musical theatre (Andrew Lloyd Webber, Boublil and Schönberg etc) to contemporary musical theatre (Schwartz, Menken, Lin Manuel Miranda etc).

Contemporary singing

Our contemporary singing classes allow students to discover their inner artist and explore a variety of musical styles. This includes pop/indie/Rock/folk/country/jazz and Soul.

On Friday afternoons, students are encouraged to partake in our ‘Performance’ after school club. During this period they may choose a song of their choice, sing in front of an audience,  develop their performance skills and receive constructive criticism from members of our vocational team.

Pupils will study the following:

  • Improving and Expanding range
  • Mastering voice qualities to make the right sound for each show and character discussed
  • Breathing technique
  • Ear training
  • Anchoring
  • Projection
  • Belting
  • Diction
  • Vocal health
  • Microphone Technique
  • Singing with sheet music
  • Singing with a backing track
  • Singing with an Instrument
  • Ensemble Singing
  • Individual Singing Lessons (After school clubs)
  • Audition Technique and show preparation

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