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Singing Lessons

Sarah Wilkinson BA Hons PGCE (PCET) QTLS........

I run singing lessons in Bailiff Bridge, Brighouse for beginners through to advanced singers in Pop and Musical Theatre.

I also teach lessons in Pop songwriting.

Take lessons for pleasure or something more serious - students can be entered for graded exams. I teach lessons in classical and pop music theory, where graded exams can also be taken.

My teaching is friendly, patient, informative and most of all good fun! I am a fully qualified teacher and lecturer with a broad range of teaching and performing experience.

I have worked as a professional singer and entertainer for several years both in the UK and abroad and taught for various institutions including stage academies, schools and colleges as well as work in soundtrack, popular music and musical theatre composition. I currently work as a singing teacher and vocal coach for a number of institutions and as a college lecturer for BTEC Music and Performing Arts courses. I teach workshops and courses in music, drama and performing arts.

So whether you want to learn to sing for fun, or to pursue music as a career I would love to hear from you, whatever your age or experience.

Skype and FaceTime lessons now available - please enquire for details.

Recently published children's songbook 'Little Songs for Little Voices' available now.....please contact for details.

'Back to Normal' children's musical available now for performance in your stage school, primary school etc. Please click the link above for details.

Lessons are priced at £27 per hour and £13.50 per half hour, these can be booked in blocks of ten or twenty lessons:-

5 one-hour Lessons (or 10 half hour lessons) £135

10 one-hour Lessons (or 20 half hour lessons) £270

A taster lesson can be booked for a fee of £10

Please call Sarah on 07917 331178 or email sezmichelle@hotmail.com for more details.

New book. Little Songs for Little Voices. (A collection of exciting songs for young singers) ONLY £5.99

Watch me singing on Stars In Their Eyes 2005: