We have a number of highly talented musicians, actors and singers available to help pupils learn to play instruments, prepare for acting school and develop vocal techniques.
A Few Of Our Tutor Profiles:
“Michael is a young prize winning Baritone from Madagascar currently doing his Vocal Studies at the Royal Academy of Music under the acclamed Mark Wildman. In 2014, he was awarded the John Talbot Collender Award; a full tuition scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music for an ongoing four years making him the first Malagasy Musician to study in Music in the United Kingdom. Having performed extensively in his home country as well as in Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom and Switzerland, he is also the Principal Conductor of St. Bartholemew’s Orchestra. Michael has sung roles such as Masetto in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Poliphemus in Handel’s Acis and Galetea and the Barone Duphol in Verdi’s La Traviata. Michael is able to teach classical singing and basic Music Theory.”“Pritham is a specialist in commercial pop music vocal performance and recording. He has received personal coaching over five years from the leading Pop vocal coaches in the UK: Joshua Alamu (vocal consultant on The X Factor/The Voice, coaching for Little Mix & Fleur East) and Mary Hammond (coaches Adele, Chris Martin). His recording and studio experience for commercial pop records includes work with Sony and Universal Studios artists, and song writing/recording directly with Jess Glynne, Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, Calum Scott and leading producers Si Hulbert (One Direction, Ed Sheeran) and Paul Whalley (Nao, Grades, Sinead Harnett). He is expert in pop vocal performance including microphone technique, breathing, live performance and tone resonance.”
“Guy, a Cambridge Graduate, was President of the Cambridge University Musical Theatre Society and has stage management and set building experience. His long list of theatre and musical theatre credits include CHILDREN OF EDEN (The New Union Theatre), THRILL ME (The English Theatre of Hamburg an Jermyn Street Theatre, London). Guy has toured the East Coast of the USA and Europe as Claudio in MEASURE FOR MEASURE (also Jackson’s Lane), Shylock in THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (The Cockpit) and KING LEAR (Tristan Bates). A member of the Church Choir and Islington Choral Society, Guy has directed the Choir for two competitions and the instrumental group for another. An experienced academic tutor, he also teaches voice and drama with an emphasis on musical theatre.”
“Joel is a conductor equally at home directing exciting performances of symphonic repertoire and insightful work with period instruments. Having graduated from Clare College, Cambridge in 2016 with a triple-starred first in music he recently began studying conducting at the Royal Academy of Music. In Cambridge he directed many orchestral, choral and operatic projects and was the Conducting Scholar of the Cambridge University Music Society for two years after winning the university’s conducting competition twice. In 2013 he founded the Barbican Chamber Orchestra, an ensemble of elite conservatoire students, and has directed them in concerts across London, including successful return engagements at St John’s Smith Square. As a cellist, he has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician, including several recitals at Wigmore Hall and concertos with orchestras in the UK and Europe.”
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