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Fifty Shades: From Vocal Grey To Vocal Color:

Fifty Shades: From Vocal Grey To Vocal Silver:

Fifty Shades: From Vocal grey To Vocal Gold;

Fifty Shades: From Vocal Grey To Vocal Platinum;

These books are a compilation of many of the exercises I have used and developed in my vocal practice and classroom experience. It is a completion of twenty-five years of teaching voice and vocal development. The work starts from the influence of other great teachers who have inspired me such as David Carey, Cicely Berry, Patsy Rodenberg, Barabara Houseman, Edith Skinner, Joan Melton, Catherine Fitzmaurice, Arthur Lessac and Kristen Linklater to name but a few. Most of these teachers were encountered through my connections and training at The Central School of Speech and Drama in London. As I worked with their exercises my method developed through regular teaching and the inspiration I received from my students. This, combined with my later training in movement, acting, speech, psychology and later a greater experience of life and appreciation of the vocal demands that are placed on each of us in today’s competitive society, is what has formed my teaching. My work stems from the inspiration of all of those great teachers who came before me but has developed into a methodology that I can now call my own. And for that I am grateful.

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