Further information regarding voice training and Rebecca's work.
Q: How much does tuition cost?
A: Lessons are taught in hour long sessions and the current rate (2016-2017) is £75p/h. A discount scheme is available for block bookings paid for in one go. Further concessions may be available to certain individuals. Please contact Rebecca for further information.
Q: What does this include?
A: Bespoke preparation, tuition and handout materials (progress reports/exercises etc).
Q: Where does tuition take place?
A: Rebecca works from her residence in north London. She is available to travel but reasonable travel expenses are requested.
Q: How many sessions will I need?
A: Voice work is highly subjective and individual responses to the material vary greatly. You should expect to work on your voice for up to a year for results to become second nature. Many people continue with voice practise for years.
Q: How often do I need to come?
A: Tuition is tailor made for each individual and thus varies. Some clients come weekly, others fortnightly, many come once a month. What is essential however is regular practise. Voice work requires willpower and commitment: three 20-minute sessions daily is more efficient in the long-term than a single hour once a week.
Q: I want to sound like Mariella Frostrup/George Clooney/Marilyn Monroe/Laurence Olivier. Can Rebecca promise I will get the voice I want?
A: People respond to voice work in their own way. Rebecca has no magic wand and does not guarantee you will end up with the voice you expect.
Q: I have a serious stammer/vocal fry/acid reflux/dysphonia/dysarthria etc. Can Rebecca cure me?
A: Rebecca is not a speech and language therapist. Serious vocal complaints should be referred to a medical practitioner immediately.
Q: Where can I see Rebecca perform?
A: Notices will be placed on this website announcing details of forthcoming events and performances. Rebecca's impromptu recording of WB Yeats' "The Lake Isle of Innisfree", filmed in situ, is available on her YouTube channel and here: