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2024/07/08 - Level 1 and 2 Course Language: English
Location: Location: Cardiff, Wales

EMT: 2009
EMCI: 2022

Specialties: Singing, Therapy, Speaking
Languages: English
07951 653740

Tim is an internationally recognised and experienced singing teacher working in both Musical Theatre and Classical Music. He is one of the most sought after singing teachers working in the UK and Europe. He is currently Senior Singing Tutor in Musical Theatre at The Royal Welsh College Of Music and Drama in charge of singing on the BA and MA Musical Theatre courses. He's delighted to be in charge of developing a curriculum to train the singers at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Previously at The Royal Welsh College Of Music and Drama, in addition to his teaching on Musical Theatre he was a vocal tutor in the Classical department on the BMus and Post Graduate courses. This experience of teaching across classical and Musical Theatre disciplines sees him in demand from many singers to help them make the move from classical into Musical Theatre. In addition to his work at RWCMD he is a vocal tutor at The Royal Academy Of Music in London. He works with many performers in The West End Musical Theatre shows as well as coaching specific leading roles and is the person to go to for singers and singing teachers for problem solving. He has also worked for Sony International coaching one of their major recording artists as well as being involved with many other pop artists. He has also worked on X Factor as well as coaching on TV shows across UK, Europe, The US and Australia. Tim works with singers in Helsinki City Theatre. This involves an ongoing training programme as well as coaching Musicals. Tim also has close links with Speech and Language departments in Cardiff and Exeter working with singers.Tim is a very experienced performer having performed extensively in Britain and Europe. The Estill model has helped develop the vocal versatility needed to sing in Opera and Musical Theatre. Tim was taught by the eminent vocal practitioner, Paul Farrington. His Estill model studies have been inspired and developed by Anne-Marie Speed. In addition to this he has developed knowledge and understanding with Helen Rowson and Kiereen Lock. These wonderful people have mentored and helped him along his EMCI journey and in addition he would like to thank Charlotte Xerri and Gillian McLaren Scott for their wonderful feedback and support as part of his EMCI process.

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