Every voice is important

Our voices sound our souls.  Every crack and creak and cry and sigh and call and moan, perfectly, imperfect.  Allowing the full spectrum of vocal sounds frees us ....and our creativity*.  There are so many variables when it comes to singing the best way to learn is to be playful.  To not think too much, instead to listen, experiment, explore, try, listen again.

Expressive Voice work combines technique (fundamentals) with uninhabited improvisation based voice work, songwriting and music making (musicainship).  It has produced outstanding results in thousands of singers.

We connect the voice with movement, with the body.  When the body is aligned, has intention, focus, energy, emotion, connection the sound is more resonant, powerful and moving.  

No one taught Jeff Buckley or Sia or John Lennon or Barbra Streisand to sing....instead their massive passion was supported (by friends, experience,  artists they loved, teachers) to enable them to explore freely.  I would like to support your passion.

Sing out your soul, let's connect!

*Singing doesn't have to be really complex.  Humans have been making all manner of sounds with ease throughout the centuries, all over the globe.  Bulgaria Female choir, Russian orthodox choir, Tuvan throat singing, Mongolian music, Tanzanian vocals, Arabic byzantine chants, Albanian folk music, Tibetan chanting, Bulgarian folk music, French mediaeval music, Spanish Jewish music, Spanish Flamenco, Pakistani Sufi Music, Armenia, Ragistani folk music, Tusheti Moutain Folk Music, Japanese folk music, American Cajun music.



"Jenny has transformed my voice! She is 110% interested in her students. Now I have a big huge voice and lots of confidence to sing. Jenny also helped me become a musician!"  Carmen, Pop/Rock & Soul Singer