Nathan thoroughly enjoys teaching singers of all ages and stages, and in all styles of music. He is committed to creating a positive, open space for students to explore and achieve their full vocal potential. Whether you’re looking to learn some secure vocal technique, hone a particular style, feel more confident in choir, or work your way through an exam syllabus’ (AMEB/ABRSM), Nathan has vast knowledge, skills, and experience to help you get where you want to be.
Teaching singing is much more than just scales and songs! It’s about giving students the tools, tricks, and confidence to achieve their goals with their own unique talent. Nathans approach starts with the very basics of good singing - posture, aural training, understanding of the articulators and diction, and finding the method of support that works for you. Once these foundational aspects have been covered we can work toward really kicking some goals with your singing!
A 30 minute lesson will generally be structured like so:
10 minutes: Warm up and technical work focussed on getting your voice ready for a great lesson!
15 minutes: Detailed work on songs and repertoire, or more technical work if needed.
5 minutes: Warm down and chat about what to work on for next week. This structure is a rough outline only, as each lesson is tailored to the goals and needs of each student.