“To become a triple threat performer singing is just as important as dance and drama. The muscles we use to sing must be nurtured and developed the same way we nurture and develop the muscles in our body to become strong and confident dancers. Singing is more than just opening our mouths and letting the sound come out. We must learn how to support our voices so we can sing without damaging the vocal chords.”
During Singing Lessons we focus on the importance of breathing whilst singing, building lung strength and capacity to encourage stamina. The first section of the singing lesson is designed to warm up the lungs, face and vocal chords introducing the different muscles required to sing well. The next layer of our singing lessons puts the techniques learnt into practise: to learn songs of different styles and genres encouraging good technique and finally to add the finishing touch of performance.
Our aim is to give each student a repertoire of songs that suit their voice and character. Songs they can sing with confidence, while developing strong technique and learning to perform with ease.
Students will be offered the opportunity to undertake Singing Exams, following the IDA syllabus. The IDA syllabus currently offers 6 Grades with Grade 1 starting at around the age of 7 years. We have chosen this syllabus as the song choices are of a more current style.
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Singing Lessons Timetable
|6.30-9pm||Wednesday||West Byfleet Junior School||Ellie McMahon|
|4-9pm||Thursday||West Byfleet Junior School||Ellie McMahon|
|11.30am-1.30pm||Saturday||West Byfleet Junior School||Chevaun Marsh|