World Teachers' Day 2023

Thursday 5th October 2023

Today is a day to celebrate and appreciate the hard work and dedication of all teachers around the world. These individuals play a crucial role in shaping the lives and futures of countless students, and their impact cannot be overstated.

Whether you are a singing teacher in schools, universities or your own private studios, you are a part of the broader community of educators celebrated on World Teachers' Day.

You not only shape your students' musical talents but also their personal development. Your dedication and commitment to your students aligns with the spirit of this day, which aims to honour all teachers for their vital role in society.

Voice teachers are responsible for nurturing the talents and abilities of their students, helping them to develop their skills and reach their full potential. They provide guidance, support, and encouragement every step of the way, and their influence can last a lifetime.

On this special day, let us take a moment to express our gratitude to all the voice teachers out there. Thank you for your tireless efforts and unwavering commitment to your students.

Your passion and dedication are truly inspiring; you enrich the world and leave a lasting legacy of harmony and talent!

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MA Voice Pedagogy student Sarah Summers to share her work with the Singing for Health Network!

Voice Study Centre
Thursday 23rd May 2024

We are proud to hear that MA Voice Pedagogy student Sarah Summers has been invited to Chair and contribute to a webinar with the Singing for Health Network.

Student & Alumni News

Ma Voice Pedagogy student Emily Lowe has been invited to present at AOTOS and PEVOC!

Voice Study Centre
Tuesday 21st May 2024

Ma Voice Pedagogy student Emily Lowe has been invited to present at AOTOS summer conference and PEVOC in Santander!


Voice Study Centre lecturer Louisa Morgan invited to present a workshop at PEVOC!

Voice Study Centre
Wednesday 1st May 2024

We are pleased to announce that Voice Study Centre lecturer, Louisa Morgan will present a workshop at the PEVOC.