Jedd Owen-Ellis Clark is a voice and singing specialist, practitioner, researcher, singer, writer, and performer, teaching voice studies and practical vocal arts to actors, speakers and singers alike, at numerous conservatoire/university faculties and privately.

He is a certified Fitzmaurice Voicework® teacher, and gained a MA [Distinction] in Practice of Voice and Singing from Guildford School of Acting, unique in its holistic practical study of interdisciplinary voice and singing pedagogies; he was awarded the Faculty Award from GSA in the same year.

His last song recital in 2016 encompassed 400 years of song in four languages, from baroque to 20th century, jazz standards, pop and modern musical theatre. He has presented, performed and created workshops for UK and international voice conferences on the theme of ‘Fellowship Singing’, and the challenging question: “Why do we come together – to sing?”.  

Halfway between academic skills and practical exploration, working across both artistic disciplines of speech and song, from primitive and physical voice release to improving technical skills and vocal performance development, he works with individuals’ voices to find a balance of strength and flexibility, breath flow and particularly presence; giving more openness to the voice and depth to performance.

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What Is Fitzmaurice Voicework?

Voice Study Centre
Thursday 7th January 2021

‘Fitzmaurice Voicework® was developed by Catherine Fitzmaurice to enable actors to be more playful and present.


Past Short Courses

Introduction to Fitzmaurice Voicework
Thursday 14th January 2021
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
(London Time)

Introduction to Fitzmaurice Voicework

Jedd Owen-Ellis Clark

This is a 2 hour introductory session into Fitzmaurice Voicework®, aiming to help you sense the fundamentals of the work, connect to your own learning and experience of the body:voice, and give you possible openings of curiosity into allowing the voice to be unique, authentic, present, resonant, alive and communicative.