There are a few practitioners in the UK who are qualified massage therapists and singing teachers using a multidisciplinary approach to singing training, and Stephen is one of them. Stephen specialises in the area of combining vocal massage and singing teaching in the UK, understanding the needs of both dancers and singers alike.
Stephen studied ballet at the Central Ballet School and then transferred to the Musical Theatre BA(hons) at Arts Educational Schools, London. After sustaining a serious knee injury (and leaving performing behind) he has coached on The Voice - Belgium, and has been a guest lecturer at UCLH London, as well as regularly teaching at The Urdang Academy.
1 hour vocal coaching - £65.00
Helping you with repertoire choices, acting through song and technique with an emphasis on connecting the mind, the body and the voice.
Student discounts available
As a Musical Director/Vocal Coach, Stephen has worked on some 20+ productions including Legally Blonde, Les Mis, Sister Act and Bring It On as well as resident teaching at courses across London including London Studio Centre, Read College and The Emil Dale Academy. Stephen was also the resident Musical Director for Spirit Young Performers Company. With SYPC, Stephen was creating YouTube content reaching millions of viewers each month and gained substantial recognition from Disney Records for his viral arrangement of “How Far I’ll Go”.
Stephen regularly engages in professional development and has trained with Dr Jenevora Williams and ENT Consultant Declan Costello in both vocal health, and anatomy and physiology. He has trained with leading voice researcher Jeanie LoVetri (Somatic Voicework) as well as leading voice coach, Anne-Marie Speed (3+ years of Estill Voice Training). Stephen is currently being personally mentored by Dr Meribeth Dayme who is the prize winning researcher and author of Dynamics of The Singing Voice in her CoreSinging methodology. With a quest for knowledge and understanding it is clear Stephen’s breadth of work and appreciation of vocal pedagogy only keeps expanding.
Freeing the voice