© 2017  Lucy Phillips Coaching. 

VOICE AND PERFORMANCE COACHING
SINGING VOICE

 

Lucy has been trusted with professional and novice voices of adults, kids and teens since 1998. Her passion is to provide award-winning, professional, personalised and innovative coaching to singing students of all ages, levels and styles. 

SPEAKING VOICE

 

Whether you are preparing for an important busniess presentation, a best man speech, an acting audition or you just want to get over your fear of public speaking, Lucy Phillips expert coaching and guidence will help you to speak with confidence and clarity.  Lucy is also a leading coach in Transgender voice  feminisation

ARTIST DEVELOPMENT

Lucy and partners offer a world class Artist development programme.  A 6 - 12 month contract with coaching in Vocal technique, song writing, performance, image, recording and production.  With marketing and a perfomance schedue you will be fuly preared for the final record company showcase

SINGING TIPS

April 7, 2018

After Voxbox...

Well it was a sad week but we've finally closed the doors of
Voxbox Singers Studio. 
We had an amazing 16 years of lessons, courses, performances and fun behind those dusty doors.  Thank you all for being a part of it. 
But the singing isn't done yet ...... I have 2 exciting new venues for you

New Studio Location

I am very excited to be teaching in 2 fabulous new locations. 

On Tuesdays I will be taking Singin...

December 13, 2017

There are 3 main components which produce a healthy, well-functioning voice: 

Breathing, Phonation and Resonance.

Breathing

The first stage of voice production is the Breath.  The breath is the energy with vibrates the vocal cords and creates a sound wave. The amount of air pressure we apply to the vocal cords is important: We need to constantly maintain a balance between the muscular energy involved in cord closure and the press...

November 27, 2017

Ear Training

Singing in tune, hitting the right notes is the most fundamental aspect of singing. Whether we are a professional musician or have studied music, or not, our cultural upbringing leaves us all acutely aware of when a note’s pitch is wrong.

The human voice is not a fixed pitch instrument, like the piano.  We have vocal cords that act like rubber bands, stretching from short and fat to long and thin very quickly in ord...

November 19, 2017

I regularly use analogies in my teaching to illustrate a point to my students.  Personally I find it can help to shift a student’s perspective and understanding of the singing process.  Here is one that I find particularly useful to explain the importance and benefit of singing through the 'registers'.

Singing is just like driving a car

When you start to drive you put your car in first gear, this is where you get the power...

November 13, 2017

When it comes to singing, understanding how your breath affects your voice is really important. Check out my video and learn the correct technique for breath control.

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