One of the nicest singing student that I have taught is a very well respected musician and bandleader who came for some singing lessons to enjoy the singing side of things!
He performs music in a way which is very much in keeping with one of the strongest and most powerful ways that music can affect people. He leads worship groups..
When you think about it, music used to be a very community activity. It is for that reason that programmes such as the X Factor, have to give us the ‘back story’ about people’s lives. That way, we feel somehow involved in their lives, community etc. Somehow, it bridges the gap. So, by giving us the “Human Interest” element to the musical performance we are drawn in to the audition process.
Music used to be the glue that brought communities together in times of celebration, grief, pride and many other situations. I am sure that you already agree that music and singing can change your mood, lift you up, enable you to shed a tear and quite frankly change your inner world?
This is why it is so worthwhile, working on your voice, as you will be freer to express all those wonderful musical ideas that you have!
I would like to thank Matt very much for giving this testimonial:
“I can’t recommend Chip Jenkins and Brighton Singing Lessons highly enough. Chip really knows her stuff, has a huge amount of experience and knowledge in the music industry to call upon, and approaches the teaching of singing in a unique way. She’s personable, puts you at ease and is great fun to work with. I’ve really seen my voice improve hugely during the lessons I’ve had. A solid foundation of how and why the voice the voice works is built upon with techniques for using your whole body to improve your tone, and then fantastic coaching on delivery and performance. Don’t hesitate, book Brighton Singing Lessons!”