"I've talked to my staff who are both VERY positive about your impact yesterday. One in particular, commented on the insight and depth of technical help that you were able to give to the students - of which she had felt unable to." - Assistant Head Teacher, Cheadle Hulme High School
LEARN WITH JENNIFER
Jennifer is currently teaching one-on-one ONLINE singing lessons via skype, FaceTime or other video call methods. For all enquiries about online lessons, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in having lessons in person, please get in contact. Jennifer's availability is limited, but she has a waiting list available for one off or occasional lessons.
A passionate and forward-thinking teacher, Jennifer believes in teaching a solid foundation technique to support a range of repertoire and corresponding theory work tailored to each and every pupil and their personal goals.
Jennifer has experience teaching all ages and abilities. Most recently she taught for the Royal College of Music teaching service in London, bringing one-on-one singing lessons to children and adults in central London. Prior to this, she has experience working for One Education (formerly Manchester Music Service) for groups of Primary School children, and Children with special educational needs. She worked at Alderley Edge School for Girls as a peripetetic singing teacher; preparing both primary and secondary school pupils for ABRSM exams. Jennifer has also worked with Cheadle Hulme High School creating a legacy for singing within the school; beginning with workshops for year 7 students and starting an after school choir. She also provided Vocal coaching for the school's full scale musical Annie. Jennifer also volunteered for two years with The Royal Northern College of Music's outreach project Youth Perform, where she assisted in leading an opera, a Musical, several performances, and an outing to the theatre. Ex-pupils have gone on to gain places at Performing Arts Schools (including the RNCM, Brit School, RCM Junior School) and one girl gained a lead acting role in Hollyoaks.
Her individual approach to every pupil works particularly well with adult learners; many of whom are able to finally find the confidence in singing for pleasure, or in preparation for that big show or audition.
" Thank you so much for the time you have given to the girls... ...they have really enjoyed their time with you, they both would come home chatting enthusiastically about their lesson." - Parent, Alderley Edge School for girls
"Thanks for teaching my daughter... she loved her lessons with you." - Parent, Alderley Edge School for girls
"...when I went to the schools today, they were absolutely singing your praises! They all really loved what you did..." - Beth Bishop, Music with SEN children, One Education (Manchester Music Service)
"She enjoyed the lesson very much and was very eager to tell us all about it" - Parent, Alderley Edge School for girls