Singing Lessons Dundalk, Ireland

Singing Lessons

Voice Teacher, Dundalk, Ireland. Lessons in singing and preparing the voice for public speaking. Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Navan, Cavan, , Dublin, Northern Ireland and surrounding areas, also Skype.

Specialising in vocal technique rather than style coaching so singers of all musical styles can benefit.

Proudest Singing Teacher in Louth!!

This last summer session of RIAM singing exams was the most successful to date at idvocals.

We all know the result on the certificate doesn’t mean everything and it is important to remember that doing a singing exam isn’t a competition against other singers, it’s a personal development exercise. So what I was most proud about was that each of the 27 students battled through their nerves and did themselves and their months of hard work justice.

As it turned out the average score across the 27 was 90%!! a Distinction. So that means that every single person got a very high honour or a distinction. That blew my mind! So so proud.

Also the icing on the cake was that yesterday I received an email from the RIAM to say that Barry Murphy received a high achiever award for his Grade 5 performance.

My students ROCK!

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Mná na hÉireann premiered in An Tain Theatre Dundalk 4-8 Sept 2019

Had a fun week performing as the singer in Carol Leavy Joyces Irish Dance and Music spectacular new show. I had the pleasure of singing the songs Mna na hEireann, Soldiers song, an adaptation of Countess Markievicz’s Battle Hymn (adapted and lyrics changed by the amazingly talented composer of the music Aine McGeeney). The highlight
(singing wise) was that myself and Aine duetted on the stunning song Grace. I’m still humming that one!

Great week spent with some wonderfully talented folk. Now i’m back full time teaching kids and adults to sing. I love my job!!

backstage with a few of the Mná!

backstage with a few of the Mná!

After the last show with Carol Leavy Joyce and Aine McGeeney

After the last show with Carol Leavy Joyce and Aine McGeeney

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