Singing Lessons Glasgow
Welcome to Singing Lessons Glasgow! We have fantastic singing teachers based in central Glasgow able to help you learn to singing. In addition, some of our teachers are mobile so can travel to you to help you develop your vocal ability from the comfort of your own home.
Amy Papiransky is a very experienced vocal coach who always gives 100% of her teaching and strive to ensure that she brings out the very best in every student. Amy is based in Mavisbank Gardens.
Rebecca Murphy is a mobile teacher who is happy to travel to your place to teach you singing & piano. Rebecca covers a huge range of different genres, including classical, opera and musical theatre.
Like Rebecca, Christian Schneeberger is another teacher who is able to travel to give lessons. He has now completed his Post Graduate Masters of Music in Performance as a scholarship student, having been the sole male finalist in the Governors’ Recital Competition – and has put all the knowledge and experience he has gained into teaching.
Based near The Necropolis Catrin Woodruff is able to cover a wide range of different musical genres (from opera and classical pieces to pop and film music). Catrin can also concentrate on preparing for the exams and different performances the students require. Click on the teacher’s profile below to find out more about them!
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Music Shops Glasgow:
Kenny’s Music is a great place to find everything you need to enjoy music – from music books to a huge range of PA systems and stage equipment. They are based on 61-63 Jamaica Street, Glasgow, G1 4NN.
Biggars Music, located on 273 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3HH. It is a longest established piano, musical instruments and sheet music store in Glasgow. Biggars is a great place for singer-pianists to find all pieces of equipment they need for performances and teaching.
Music Courses Glasgow:
Taking up further education is a great way to develop yourself as a professional singer & Glasgow has many music courses that might just provide that launchpad you need to start your music career.
University of Glasgow offer an excellent 4 years Music MA course in which you will have an opportunity to design your own degree to consider your own interests and strengths.
One of the most interesting courses in Riverside Music Complex is a Music Business HND course. Gives each student the perfect basic knowledge and practise to help them launch their successful career in the music industry.
If you want to fill in the gaps between secondary school qualifications and HND/Degree courses then a NC Music course at Glasgow Hyde College is a good match for you. The course is suitable for those pursuing either contemporary or classical training.