Singing Lessons Bristol. Find a singing tutor, singing teacher, or vocal coach in Bristol
Learn to sing the right way, and find out for free what you are capable of.
We teach singing to all ages and abilities, including children (7+) and adults.
Singing Lessons Bristol. Our singing tutors have played with some of the world’s finest musicians and appeared at large festivals such as Glastonbury and Leeds, TV appearances, recording contracts, and more. You can be assured that your vocal coach will have a high level of professionalism and expertise.
Our friendly Singing coaches will meet you for a free 20-minute trial lesson and give you an idea of what you can achieve with hard work, and their expert coaching. Anyone can improve their singing voice and our vocal tutors have the best knowledge to achieve this. You can visit one of our tutor’s home studios, or we can come to you (with availability).
Learning to sing can be a rewarding and enjoyable experience. It can also be challenging, as singing requires proper technique and vocal control. Our singing teachers teach all aspects of musicianship from the perspective of a singer. Learn the drills and exercises that great singers use, and learn using songs and material you love to sing.
Our Bristol singing tutors are professional-level musicians, many with music degrees, grade 8 certificates, and professional performance experience.
Your free trial lesson is an opportunity to meet your new singing tutor and find out what they can do for you.
Our tutors teach Popular Music, Gospel, Jazz, Soul, Musical Theatre, and more.
Here are some tips from our tutors on how to learn to sing
Find a good singing teacher or vocal coach
A good singing teacher or vocal coach can help you develop proper technique and improve your skills. Look for someone who has experience teaching singing and who has a good reputation.
As with any skill, the more you practice singing, the better you will become. Set aside time each day to practice, and try to focus on specific areas that you want to improve.
Warm up your voice
Before you start singing, it’s important to warm up your voice to prevent injury. You can do this by humming or singing scales, starting at a low pitch and gradually increasing the range.
Work on your breath control
Good breath control is essential for singing. Practice taking deep breaths and exhaling slowly to help you develop the stamina and control you need for singing.
Listen to other singers
Pay attention to how other singers use their voices and try to emulate their techniques. This can help you develop your own singing style and improve your skills.