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Lockdown Crazy!

March 2020. Lockdown. What a kick in the face! As I sat listening to Boris address the nation about lockdown, my first reaction, like so many others,  was total panic! Panic about the impending pandemic. Panic about telling my students I needed to close my studio. Panic about how the hell I was going to …

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A word to parents

A Word to Parents…

I closed the door on my garden studio a couple of weeks ago when I moved home. My garden studio had been my personal space, my sanctuary, my creative writing hub, my performance venue, my musical pad. Just mine, and completely me. I thought when I moved I would miss it terribly, and that I’d …

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Chetfest

Chetfest

As a singer, every opportunity to perform is an exciting one! Well, most of the time at least! There have been many gigs that are memorable for the wrong reasons, but some that are memorable for the right reasons. Weddings are always a bit tricky – honestly, you wouldn’t believe what songs I’ve been asked …

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The Voice College

Should I brag about it?

Helping my singing students to reach their full vocal potential is my ultimate goal. That’s why I have studied lots with The Voice College. The Association of Teachers of Singing sure provides best practice, guidelines and standards for singing teachers and vocal coaches. But, surprisingly, there isn’t a registered authorised regulatory body for private singing …

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