Jeremy Fisher

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Podcast ep 6 – The Singer in the Room

In the sixth episode of our This Is A Voice podcast we're focusing on the singer in the room, and why it's important to pay attention to the person you're working with. Every singer is individual, with their own voice, skills and background. Does your singing teacher work with "the singer in the room" or do [...]

Podcast ep 5 – The stories behind the stories

In the fifth episode of our This Is A Voice podcast Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher share the stories behind the stories. We reveal the facts, the myths and the secrets behind our first two books - Singing and the Actor, and Successful Singing Auditions. What I made Gillyanne do that helped her finish the first [...]

Podcast ep 4 – What is practising?

The fourth episode of our new This Is A Voice Podcast arrived on 22nd July. In the previous episode (episode 3, How Do We Learn A Song) Gillyanne and I had shared the best ways of learning and memorising a song. In THIS episode we talk about practising. What it is, what it's for and how [...]

Podcast ep 3 – How We Learn A Song

The third episode of our new This Is A Voice Podcast arrived on 15th July. Gillyanne and I are discussing how to learn a song, and we discuss having a "feel" for where a certain pitch is in your voice, even if you don't have perfect pitch. We also chat about four different ways to learn [...]

Podcast ep 2 – Singing Teacher versus Vocal Coach

The second episode of our new This Is A Voice Podcast arrived on 8th July. Gillyanne and I slug it out on the difference between the singing teacher and the vocal coach. Why our focus is different, what the differences and similarities are in the way we deal with lessons and students, and what happens when [...]

TIAV Podcast ep 1 – Who we are

The first TIAV Podcast (This Is A Voice) launched on 1st July where Gillyanne and I chatted about teaching singing, coaching performances and what we do. We also answer AMAs on piano playing in singing lessons, teaching the opposite gender, and do we get our singers to sing the whole song or just snippets in a [...]

This Is A Voice – our new podcast

Our new This Is A Voice podcast launched on 1st July! We chose the title "This Is A Voice" not just because of our #1 bestselling book but because there is so much that a voice can do. So "this" can be anything vocal, from classical singing to belting to beatboxing to performing to speechmaking, and [...]

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10 steps to finding authenticity in singing

This article gives 10 steps to finding your own authenticity in singing songs, arias and roles. While this was written with classical singers in mind, the steps can be used by musical theatre singers too. Tl;Dr? How to be you, singing any piece. What is Authenticity? "Authenticity" is drummed into singers. But whose authenticity are we [...]

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Why Do I Need A Vocal Coach? The audiobook voiceover – a sneaky peek

While Gillyanne and I are on lockdown in beautiful sunny Presteigne I thought I'd add to my new book's capabilities. So I've built myself this voiceover booth and I've just recorded the whole book "Why Do I Need A Vocal Coach? Stories, tips and hacks from the studio of a voice expert". I've got some editing [...]

Understanding Musicals part 6 – Vocal style

Vocal style Knowledge of vocal style can be used to inform any performance element of the exam and project work. It will also contribute to appraisal skills and understanding of form. The vocal styles prevalent in the genre have arisen from two directions. Since the vast majority of performers have trained first as actors, the emphasis [...]