Singing Lessons in Bangor Northern Ireland and Online
Eve Williams MMus is a qualified singing teacher teaching all ages, abilities and genres. She is also a singer and published songwriter who has taught singing, songwriting, piano and music theory since 2005. She has worked with stars of The X Factor UK and The Voice Norway, children, older voices, the truly terrified, aspiring pros, those wishing to have fun and build confidence and those wanting to sing at a wedding or special event. Based in Bangor, County Down, as well as teaching via Skype and online courses, she specialises in helping singers find their voice and develop their potential. She also helps beginner and aspiring songwriters to refine their craft and reach their musical goals, whether the aim is to pursue music professionally, sing/write for personal development or for fun. At present Eve’s youngest student is 7 and the eldest is 102.
Eve’s Music Industry Background
Eve holds a Master of Music degree and has significant music industry experience as an Artists and Repertoire consultant, signing artists for music licensing deals. She is a published songwriter and signed artist. Her songs have been played on radio stations in six countries and she has performed at major international festivals including Celtic Connections in Glasgow and YouBloom in Dublin as well as prestigious venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Belfast Waterfront Hall, The Bluebird Café in Nashville and the National Concert Hall in Dublin. Eve has also performed on UTV Life, U105 and BBC Radio Ulster. She has been named One to Watch by Nashville Songwriters Association International twice . She has written with and for graduates of the X Factor UK, The Voice Norway and Sky TV’s The Ones to Watch.
In addition she has studied the most up to date, safe vocal techniques used in professional singing through recognised professional bodies and has worked with every kind of voice. Even if you have experienced health issues with your voice, Eve is properly qualified to help you.
Eve’s Vocal Methods
The vocal methods Eve uses are taught at the Royal Academy of Music and other leading international conservatoires and have been used by high profile singers such as Bono and Matt Bellamy of Muse as well as stars of the West End and Broadway. The ethos of lessons is to find your own unique sound. Many local singing teachers teach a purely classical sound and old school music theatre and are out of their comfort zone when teaching pop and rock and more contemporary genres. Eve is happy to work with students in all genres. She sang in the Belfast Philharmonic Choir and studied music theatre at the acclaimed Oxenfoord Summer School before switching to Commercial Music for her Master’s degree. Her approach is flexible enabling you to make the sound you want and pursue your own goals. Students perform and record country, metal, pop, rock, RnB, folk, classical oratorio, opera, music theatre, jazz, swing… whatever kind of music they happen to love. Eve’s study of vocal pedagogy and anatomy of voice combined with knowledge of the music industry means she is uniquely suited to help you learn the skills which will enable you to fulfil your creative goals.
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Eve’s students have achieved:
- Professional bookings
- Great examination results in Rock & Pop, Music Theatre and Classical singing
- Increased confidence
- Greater number of performance opportunities
- Recording opportunities
- Extended vocal range
- A portfolio of their own songs (songwriting students)
- International radio play
- Improved vocal health
- Publishing opportunities
- Leading roles in musical theatre productions
- Auditions for television work
- Places on prestigious degree courses
- A greater awareness of what their own voices can do
You can visit the Students’ Work page to hear some of the projects that students have been working on lately.
Whatever your goals, with supportive and personalised coaching Eve can help you achieve them.
Bangor Studio: Grade II Listed building on Bangor Marina equipped with Pro Tools recording technology and SE and Shure microphones so students have the experience of recording songs on industry standard software as well as learning how to use live microphone and performance techniques
Eve’s Professional Memberships
Eve is a member of TOSINI (Teachers of Singing in Ireland), Performing Rights Association and the Mechanical Copyright Protection Society, the Musicians Union, Phonographic Performance Ltd and the Nashville Songwriters Association International.
Eve has completed the NSAI Certification Programme covering many aspects of the music business.
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If you are ready to start an exciting new chapter in your singing by improving your confidence, learning music industry approved vocal techniques, recording your work or starting to perform publicly then book today. Whatever your own specific goals, now is the time to find your unique voice.
Price of Lessons
Lessons cost £15 per half hour or £30 per hour with concessionary rates of £12.50 per half hour and £25 per hour for those on disability benefits. Fees are payable in blocks at the start of each calendar month for the number of lessons you take in a month, so for example if you come every week, four half hour lessons would be charged at £60 on the first week of the month. Your first lesson is free.
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How to Book
To book a singing or songwriting lesson just use the form below or email firstname.lastname@example.org .