Based in London, UK, Ruth is a dynamic choir conductor, singer and teacher, as comfortable with classical music as she is with pop, jazz and world. She is a graduate in Music and Philosophy from the University of Birmingham, where she conducted the University Chamber Choir before studying choral conducting and jazz singing in Lyon, France.
Ruth has given renowned performances as a conductor and vocalist at the Royal Festival Hall, The Barbican, Wigmore Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, The Roundhouse, The 606 Jazz Club, Kings Place and l’Opera de Montpellier. She has also worked with the Southbank’s Voicelab artist in residence Mary King, and continues her collaborations with other singers and musicians in the UK’s burgeoning choral scene.
Ruth works in all aspects of the voice, from one-on-one vocal coaching to leading 400-strong choirs in professional, amateur and educational contexts. Wherever she is, she enthuses, enables and gets the singers to achieve things they never thought were possible.
Director & Team News
VSC Director Of Studies Features In Singing For Health Network Podcast
Voice Study CentreFriday 18th November 2022
We are thrilled that Debbie Winter (Voice Study Centre’s Director of Studies) has been featured in the Singing for Health Network’s latest podcast episode!Read More...
Student & Alumni News
MA Voice Pedagogy Student Ruth Routledge Hosts New Podcast
Voice Study CentreThursday 10th November 2022
We’re proud that MA Voice Pedagogy student Ruth Routledge, is the host of the Singing for Health Network‘s new podcast! The Singing for Health Network podcast series is...Read More...
£3,000 Raised For The Singing For Health Network
Voice Study CentreThursday 24th February 2022
Last week, we were honoured to have the opportunity to platform a conference, presented by the Singing for Health Network.Read More...
Past Short Courses
Friday 18th February 2022
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Singing for Health Research Conference Insights and Innovations
Professor Stephen Clift
Dr. Dave Camlin
Dr. Hilary Moss
(+ 8 more hosts)
This prestigious online conference is a partnership between the Voice Study Centre, the Singing for Health Network, Royal College of Music, York St John University, University of Limerick and University College London.