Are you finally ready to be heard?
- You have had enough of wanting to hide when someone asks you to sing
- You mime when everyone else sings at weddings and funerals. You dread karaoke events for fear that you will be pushed to sing. Or you do sing, but have to get really drunk to be able to take the mic.
- You love music and you want to sing but you struggle to get past the evil inner critic who tells you that you are awful.
- You’ve achieved so many things, yet singing is something that makes you want to shrivel up and hide.
Are you up for conquering this massive frontier?
I think so… No.. I know so!
The programme for you is “Find Your Voice“
When did you become self conscious about your singing and lose your free singing voice?
- Did it start with a teacher who told you to mime in school?
- Were you happily singing when a good friend told you “just don’t sing”?
The tiniest comment from someone can completely stop your enjoyment of singing and the person who said it probably doesn’t even remember. But you do. I know because I hear so many of these stories.
You have a right to sing, and you have a right to share in the joy that singers feel when they sing. Your inner artist deserves to be set free.
You have a right to be heard, and to stop hiding. Your journey to singing joy starts here!
Let me be your roller coaster guide
This is a really, really big, life changing challenge. When you do something terrifying it changes you, and makes you realise that you are bigger than your fears. You can experience pride like the pride I felt after I went on a rollercoaster, (at Legoland, don’t judge).
You’re afraid of your singing being judged so you’re also afraid of singing lessons but I, (almost), guarantee you won’t be the loudest, or the quietest, or the most out of tune singer that I’ve ever worked with. And, if it turns out that you really are ‘the most awful singer ever” then I love a challenge and I can help. Work with me to find and develop your singing voice. You will get so much joy from singing. The joy of playing with your voice and exploring what it can do, the joy of connecting emotionally with a song and, (when you’re read), singing in public.
You will get over the fear of being judged. You will realise that, (probably), no one is as mean about your voice as you are.
I love the privilege of being part of that journey
“When I first started taking singing lessons with Rebecca, a little over a year ago now, I was incredibly nervous. I was really shy about singing in front of anyone else, and found the whole process quite daunting. Rebecca was so incredibly warm, welcoming and encouraging. She was very patient with me as I slowly found my voice.
I now look forward to every lesson and I have so much fun. She takes my lessons as seriously as she would a professional singer, teaching me interesting ways to improve my range and sharing her vast technical knowledge. I have been able to go from singing the songs that I am personally most comfortable with to tackling complicated songs that I wouldn’t have thought that I would be able to handle.
My confidence has grown so much, I am now happy to sing in front of others and one day I may even be able to sing on stage! Rebecca is quite simply the best teacher.”