It has taken me all year to pluck up the courage to make this crowdfunding campaign live.
I’ve tried everything I can to raise money for my postgraduate course at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama this September. I […]
Typical practice for one-to-one private music lessons involve teachers opening up their homes and inviting their pupils inside for an hour. Lessons have been part of my weekly timetable for years. I’ve driven for hours to benefit from these educational […]Read More
I got in. I went through a gruelling round of auditions that were a challenge financially, logistically and mentally, but I got in to one of the UK’s top five conservatoires. A guaranteed unconditional offer to study voice at postgraduate […]
When you find the right one never let them go. The many hours a singer spends one-to-one in a room with their teacher are endless. They are your personal expert, your guide, your coach, your psychologist, your friend, your manager […]
Being back in the Minster made me happy. Being back to sing my first Elijah alongside soloists Diana Moore, Gareth Brynmor John and Nick Allen made me incredibly happy. The extraordinary Vetta Wise brought us all together with an exceptional […]Read More
On Wednesday I performed a lunchtime recital with two talented musicians, Karen Smith (piano) and Anna Hopkins (flute), at Great Yarmouth Minster. I was, as ever, at peace just being inside the Minster’s walls but it came with a challenge […]Read More