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THE SING SPACE

HOME OF THE VOCAL GYM™

Helping You Build A Healthy, Lifelong Relationship With Your Voice.

Singing is more than just hitting notes. It is identity, it is connection, it is release.

The Sing Space was created by Vocal experts and industry leaders who came together to form the space they craved most as singers and coaches. We are recording artists and West End performers. We work with global superstars from Olivier and Tony award winners, and West End stars to No.1 selling artists like Alicia Keys and Mariah Carey.

We are here to support you at every step of your singing journey with options to suit your individual needs: from 121 coaching, to expert on-demand masterclasses and local choirs across the UK. 

This is your space to find your voice. 

Finding Rachel and The Sing Space has been genuinely life-changing. 
Bridgette Amofah, Singer, Rudimental and member of The Sing Space

The 16 Bar Challenge is Back!

12 Weeks, 12 Genres, 12 Songs, 1 Showcase

Launching 18th July 2022 with different genres.

 

WINNER

 

VOCAL COACHING SERVICE OF THE YEAR

Technique: The last thing you need!

18.5.22 - Technique - the last thing you need!   Michael Dahl Rasmussen THE PATTERN The following is a synthesis of many lessons. How much do you recognise from yourself? ___________________ S(student): Sings the song M(me): How was that? S: Hmm, kinda meh....

And the Winner is……

13.5.22 And The Winner Is... Jo BentleyFirstly... A massive thank you to everyone who took the time to fill out 1, 2 or maybe even 3 of our forms. We are on a mission to make The Sing Space bigger and better for YOU. To really understand the members and what YOU want...

Apprehensive about Improvising?

11.5.22 - Apprehensive about Improvising?  Laura Boon Most of the singers I’ve met and worked with seem to fall into two camps - those who are comfortable improvising and those who avoid it like the plague, and would rather stick to the dots. I’m hoping that by...

 Jaw Tension? Consider Your Hips

4.5.22 Jaw Tension? Consider your hips.   Rosie SeckerIt may be that you have never thought of there being a connection between the hips and the jaw. However, if you are feeling an imbalance or holding excess tension in one of these areas, considering what is...

The Singer and the ‘Self’?

29.4.22 -The Singer and the 'Self'?   Rachel Lynes, Founder   This morning, I woke to find I'd lost my voice for the first time in a decade. Yet, this was, serendipitously, something of a gift. I was preparing for a retreat that Becky Gilhespie and I are...

Buying a microphone – 3 useful things to know

27.4.22 - Buying a microphone: 3 useful things to know   Julia KrajewskaIf you’re a voice artist performing to more than a small handful of people, at some point you’re going to need your voice to be amplified. Not only to ensure you can be heard, but also to...

20.4.22 I’ve injured my voice, now what?

20.4.22 I've injured my voice, now what? Rebecca Hardcastle Some tips to help with vocal health recovery. Just like muscular injuries in sports people and dancers, vocal injuries are also common in singers. When you're using your voice so much, even with the best...

Singing ‘Support’ – Who’s on Your Team?

Singing ‘Support’ - Who’s on Your Team?   Laura Boon   Singing can be a vulnerable activity. When we sing, we’re sharing a little bit of who we are. Even when we’re singing the words and music written by somebody else, we’re still communicating it in our own...

6.4.22 The Power of Struggle

6.4.22 - The Power of Struggle in Practice   Clare Silver How many times have you tried to learn a new skill, only to find it such a struggle that you’ve given up? I think we can all put our hands up to that one. What if I told you that the very moment you appear...

We’re one of a kind, no category..

30.3.22 Reflecting on our day at MOVE IT...   Jo Bentley When the alarm clock went off at 5.50am, I woke full of apprehension. A long day loomed ahead - and I wanted more than anything for it to be worth it. For us. For them. For everyone. At the start of the...

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