I play a bit of acoustic guitar and enjoy strumming a few tunes but I'd like to be able to sing better. Has anyone taken any vocal lessons in Belfast?
I'm just a bit of a bedroom player but was wondering if vocal lessons can make a big difference, and is there many places in Belfast that offer vocal coaching?
Racheal Austin - Belfast school of contemporary music. Knows her stuff and has competative rates. "Estella Ojos" on fastfude.
I'd also recommend Rachel...Great teacher. It can make a big difference.
Thanks a lot.
What could I expect from the first lesson or two?
And, is R. Austin located in Belfast for private lessons? I'd feel a bit of a plonker in a 'class' I think.
Yes, she's based in Belfast and does both individual and group lessons. I've asked her to check this post so hopefully she will be in touch...
I take Vocal lessons (not in Belfast ) but I can highly recommend them. I have improved noticeably in a short space of time, and if you have a good teacher ( R.Austin seems to be popular on here) then you too should notice it quite early. The first few lessons I would expect you'd learn basic techniques which will sound simple and are easy to grasp, but they work a treat. Good luck!
I haven't taken vocal lessons, but I have taken vocal zone losenges. :-D
[quote:0be76a5958="feline1"]I haven't taken vocal lessons, but I have taken vocal zone losenges. :-D[/quote:0be76a5958]
I heard you once sucked a Fisherman's Friend.
[quote:3fd6a4537b="feline1"]I haven't taken vocal lessons, but I have taken vocal zone losenges. :-D[/quote:3fd6a4537b]
HAHAHAHAHA! A great way to kill your voice without noticing.
Rubbish, woman! If myrrh's good enough for teh baby Jesus,
it's good enough for me! :P