Ten reasons to make singing your drug of choice: Release endorphins and increases levels of oxytocin Improve posture, breathing and blood-flow Save money: our voice is our free human instrument Create new neural pathways and improve brain meta-plasticity Ward off age-related decline by continuously ‘exercising’ your brain Heal depression, strokes and speech abnormalities Promote social […]
Congratulations to Casey (Grade 5) and Charlotte (Grade 7) who both recently passed their London College of Music, Music Theatre exams with merit. This was the first time the girls had taken a Music Theatre exam so this is a great achievement.
Wishing Casey (Grade 5) and Charlotte (Grade 7) good luck as they take their London College of Music, Music Theatre exams today.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/31/secret-life-singing-teacher-therapist?CMP=share_btn_fb Saw this article today and thought it was interesting. I wonder if any of my lovely pupils can relate to this?
“I am delighted to let you know that your application for ISM Registered Private Teacher status has now been approved, after receiving a really fantastic reference from your student Debra! You will shortly be updated to have a highlighted listing on our Music Directory and a certificate will also be on its way to you […]
Sign up to sing in a choir and you’ll not only reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol, you’ll also boost cytokines, proteins released by the immune system that help fight off illness, according to a Royal College of Music study. Singing was also identified as one of the top 10 mood boosters in University […]
On Saturday 8 October I was delighted to be involved in ‘Sing’, a scratch choir event for Cransley Hospice in Kettering. I have had the pleasure of leading a scratch choir from Frutarom in Wellingborough. The 11 group members who work at Frutarom in different departments have never sung before but volunteered to form a workplace […]
Things are becoming very busy which is just wonderful. Sadly I am having to say “no” to some enquiries as my week is now full, especially after school hours. Welcome to Kira who I am meeting this evening for her first lesson and to Katie who has started lessons recently.