At the beginning of every 4 bars (preferably on beat 1), change the direction of your eyes on audience members whilst performing. Although it is tempting, avoid closing your eyes or looking down, as you want the audience to feel a connection with you. Imagine that you are having a one
Brighton Singing Lessons Synchronise beginnings and endings of words with the lead vocalist. Pick out your note from a chord either from the guitar or keyboard, it will be true to pitch. Observe pronunciation habits of the other singers to create a smoother blend Use good postu
I like seeing people get more from their voices, get on track with their career goals in the music industry & get to live & breathe music all the time too! I think that most other vocal coaches would agree that it is a balancing act of feeding the student the vocal technique
I am a producer & vocal coach. I set up Brighton Singing Lessons, teaching singers and voice users in both private & group vocal lessons.
I am a singing teacher at Chichester University in the UK, and the Brighton Institute of Modern Music, Sussex Vocal Academy and previously the Academy of Contemporary Music.