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Singing lessons are a great benefit for anyone, not just those who love to sing (although that certainly helps!). Ongoing studies continue to reveal countless ways that singing serves our physiological and psychological well-being. For example, did you know that singing has now been proven to reduce the amount of cortisol (the 'stress' hormone) in the body, that it strengthens our immune system and releases endorphins ('happy' hormones)? These are just some of the positives we can experience to our mental health. Physically, with the increase of oxygen to the blood when we sing, we are able to build up our cardiothoracic muscles and develop better respiratory function through the focus that is on breath control as a singer. 

Why sing with Kirsten?

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Learn how to develop:

  • Breath control

  • More confidence

  • Healthy technique

  • A strong range

  • Mix voice

  • Good posture

  • Clear diction

  • Stage presence

  • Persuasive storytelling

  • Colour and style in the voice

in different genres...

  • Classical

  • Musical Theatre

  • Disney

  • Pop

  • Jazz

  • Traditional

  • Folk

and have fun through games that teach:

  • Aural skills

  • Sight-reading

  • Music Theory

  • Drama

  • Practice technique an environment that is warm, friendly, always positive...

and completely personalised to the pupil.

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Speech and drama work is a stimulating and exciting way to develop a more mature understanding of communication, empathy and emotion. The nature of lessons inspires the imagination and creativity of pupils and enables them to gain confidence through improvisation and play. These lessons are particularly effective when taken in tandem with singing lessons as it allows the student a chance to focus more specifically on the important skill of acting through song using vocal and facial expression. For some, the exploration of literature is a highlight of this class, for others, it may be a way to improve on clarity or articulation of the spoken voice. In any case, there is plenty to be gained from these fun-filled sessions.


  • How to read fluently

  • How to speak clearly

  • Comedic timing

  • Dramatic timing

  • Facial and vocal expression

  • Accents and tones

  • How to use space and gesture in a performance

  • How to create dynamics with the voice

  • Stage presence

  • That weird is good!

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