ROSIE W.

Online lessons and studio based lessons available in Chiswick.

Rosie is an experienced Singing Teacher and Performer. She currently teaches at Arts Ed, Italia Conti, The Sing Space and has a busy private teaching practice. In the last 12 years, Rosie has worked with a wide range of singers in various settings from drama schools, primary and secondary schools, Sheffield Cathedral and professional theatre companies. Rosie is committed to her professional development as a coach and performer.

She is a Vocal Health First Aider and has taken vocal teacher training courses taught by top voice professionals including Jeanie LoVetri, Dane Chalfin, Jenevora Williams, Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher. Rosie is also a qualified Mental Health First Aider and puts clients’ wellbeing and self-expression at the heart of her pedagogy. Rosie trained as a classical singer with internationally renowned opera singer, Yvonne Kenny; gained a first-class honours B.Mus. from the University of Sheffield and an M.A. in Solo Voice Ensemble Singing from the University of York.

She trained in Musical Theatre at Associated Studios. Alongside her teaching work, Rosie is also a performer, and writes and hosts the critically acclaimed cabaret series: “What Would Julie Do?”. Her spin-off one woman show “Eliza von Poppins presents…A Practically Perfect Guide to Living” gained 5 star reviews at Brighton Fringe in 2019. Other recent credits include “Camelot” at the London Palladium and the cast recording of Antic Disposition’s A Christmas Carol.

 

 When I thought about trying to sing again after a gap of many years, I was worried about starting, and nervous about getting help. And then I found Rosie! Her warmth and encouragement have helped me regain confidence, to find a range I never knew I had, and to begin to extend and explore new possibilities. Lessons are demanding but fun, and clearly underpinned by tremendous technical knowledge and confident teaching skills. But more than the fascination of how it is done, her passion for music and performance – from classical repertoire to musical theatre and beyond- has made learning to sing again so engaging and rewarding. It has also proved an unexpected but real boost to wellbeing! So thank you Rosie. And to anyone returning to singing, or thinking of starting, I would say go ahead, and I am sure you will feel exactly the same way. – Maire, Singing Student.

In just a short period of time, I’ve learned so much! Rosie embodies what you’d expect from a great teacher – She really gets me and really knows the perfect way of bringing me to the results I want! She’s encouraging, sweet and filling me with motivation! All the while, she focuses on technique and extends of my vocal skills. She’s the best! – Adi, Singing Student preparing for Drama School Auditions.