Do you want to improve your singing voice? Speak with more confidence and variety? Learn ways to keep your voice healthy? Learn how to read written music?
Do you want to develop your vocal confidence and range of expression? Improve a specific aspect of your singing? Have a safe space to explore and develop your voice without being judged?
Are you looking for a singing teacher in Brighton & Hove? Or by Skype?
Hannah-Rose Tristram offers singing lessons, voice coaching, music tuition (including accordion), and therapeutic voice work.
Here is Hannah-Rose’s TEDx talk about the power of singing:
Where? Sessions take place at Hobgoblin Music Shop, 108 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XF How to get there: https://www.hobgoblin.com/shops/brighton/#MAP Please note – the venue involves one set of stairs (about 16 steps). If this prevents somebody getting involved who wants to, please get in touch to discuss possible arrangements.
When? Hannah-Rose teaches at Hobgoblin Music Shop on Fridays and Sundays during shop hours (10-6 Fridays, 11-4 Sundays). She also teaches by Skype at other times, with varying availability.
About the lessons/sessions: Sessions are 60 mins long, and usually begin with warm-ups and vocal excercises, then move on to working on a specific song / text / area. Sessions are carefully adapted to suit the needs of the individual student. Students are required to choose a song/text to work on, and to notify Hannah-Rose of this at least 5 days before each session, so she can prepare the materials you need.
Cost? Sessions cost £40, or £35 concession.
How to book? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message / text at 07771 511726
Cancellation policy? Click here for cancellation policy
Share a Lesson With a Friend/Family Member? Two person lessons are available at £55 or £50 concession, and all the other details above apply. Two person lessons have the potential for vocal harmony explorations, sharing the cost of the lesson, mutual support and a fun connecting activity. Please be aware, that in a two person lesson, you have less individual focus on your own voice and journey than you do in a one person lesson, so if there are specific technical or other voice related matters you want to explore more deeply, you might want to book an individual lesson at some point too!
What Students Say:
“I’m early on my voice coaching journey but already feel far more confident and playful with my voice. I’m enjoying the exercises I’ve been given, and find Hannah-Rose’s style to be very thoughtful; she’s taken time to understand my needs and creates a safe space for me to explore and find my authentic voice. Thoroughly recommend sessions with Hannah-Rose.” Rosie.
“Hannah-Rose has a lovely open way of teaching. Encouraging. Fun. Thoughtful. I have always loved singing on my own but wondered if I could actually sing – and it turns out that I can! I found a lot of laughter in the sessions, which I also needed. We worked on all kinds of things that made my singing better, and have more confidence.” Nikki D
“My singing feels freer already, and most importantly, more fun!” Neil Foster, after his first one-to-one session.
“Singing with you has given me the confidence to join the Cathedral choir!” Lulu Willis
“My muscles feel well exercised and my singing feels better already – lovely!” Sophie Bown, after first voice coaching session.
“My singing seems to be coming along nicely. There seem to be signs of real progress with increased confidence. I do thank you very much for helping me through that barrier. You made it safe for me to have a go … The singing sessions seem to be doing me a lot of good.” Rob King
“Singing – you’ve renewed my passion for it and I love it!” Emma Red
About the teacher: Hannah-Rose Tristram has been teaching individuals and leading group singing internationally for over 14 years. She believes passionately that giving voice is a human birthright, and teaches with a good balance of clarity, humour, skill and open-mindedness. For more information about her qualifications and experience, go to this BLOG LINK.
Group Singing Opportunities: One of Hannah-Rose’s greatest passions is the positive power of group singing. Hannah-Rose runs group singing workshops for all sorts of different groups of people. If you’d like to book a singing workshop for a group of people (e.g. your work colleagues, a local group, a mini festival etc.), email email@example.com
GLOW Choir Brighton: Hannah-Rose leads a community choir in Brighton on Saturday afternoons. GLOW choir Brighton is a Natural Voice Community Choir for LGBTQ+ people and Allies to come together in song. All voices are welcome! GLOW choir sings sumptuous songs from around the globe in many moods and genres, all taught by ear. You can find out more about #GLOWchoir Brighton at the links below:
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