Before Beckham became an expert on free kicks, he learned how to correctly kick a ball. Usain Bolt was a natural runner but then coached to greatness. As in all disciplines - and singing is no different - it is generally agreed that you need to learn the basics in order to reach your potential. Once these basics are learned, the world is your oyster. In singing, the basics are the same whether you aspire to the Royal Opera House, Glastonbury or the X factor. I am a skilled music teacher able to analyse and develop singing voices. I have worked with singers from many different genres helping them to realise their potential and through learning correct techniques, also protect their voices against harmful practice. Hayley Sanderson, resident singer on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, studied with me for five years. She is arguably the most successful of my pupils.
Whether you wish to sing in a rock, soul, reggae, folk, or classical style the basics are the same and my teaching of the basic vocal exercises will set you in good stead for a future career or just plain enjoyment of wonderful art of singing. I can help you to discover your inner Shirley Bassey! I have had an 80% succcess rate training children for cathedral choir auditions.
You may also be interested in learning to play the piano. I offer high quality tuition in classical and jazz styles.
|1. For a short career resume about Jonathan Jessop||click here.|
|2. For details about basic singing, piano and music theory lessons, current charges and availability||click here.|
|3. For details about advanced singing lessons||click here|
|4. For details about group singing lessons||click here|
|5. For answers to freqently asked questions about singing lesson||click here.|
|6. For some free vocal exercises which are very helpful||click here|
|7. For details on how to find Jonathan's music studio use this Multi Map link.
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|8. To contact me ring the telephone number above, or to send an firstname.lastname@example.org|
|9. Can a pitchdeaf person learn to sing? For a further discussion about this topic||click here|
|10. Some thoughts about breathing and breath control.||click here|
|11. How to learn to sight-read simple and compound time. How to improve your piano sight-reading.||click here|
|12. How the Voice is Made.||click here|
|13.Resonance and Vibrato in the Voice.||click here|
|14. Vocal Ranges and Register Changes.||click here|
|15. Vocal Constriction - Causes and Cures.||click here|
|16. Singing Post Covid-19 - Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises.||click here|
|16. What is Voice Placement?||click here|
|17. Symmetry in Music Notation. Some observations which might help pianists who struggle to read the music above and below the staves.||click here|
|18. Testimonials from pupils, some exam results and pupils' other achievements.||click here|
|I am a professional private music teacher, approved by and registered as a Fellow of the Incorporated Society of Musicians, in London. I work to the ISM Code of Practice for Professional Private Music Teachers and use the I.S.M.'s Private Music Tuition Agreements. I have third party insurance.||
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