Group Workshop - Singing


Elvin Acting can support your students through learning to sing, whatever their previous experience or future goals. Exams can be taken, or we can focus on a specific skill of group singing or an upcoming performance. These workshops are invaluable for any performer.


Group workshops can cover a range of subjects such as:

  • Acting through song

  • Finding a harmony

  • Musical Theatre

...and much more


Having singing lessons helps you with:


  • Reaching your full potential

Singing lessons help you to sing better, although that seems obvious, that’s what they aim to do. Good singing tuition will help you learn techniques and exercises that are suitable for the effective development of your voice. Singing lessons can therefore help to develop your music further.

  • Staying in key

Singing consistently in key when under pressure can sometimes be a challenge due to the effect nerves can have on the vocal chords and breathing. Regular lessons will teach you how to control, manage and balance this far more successfully.

  • Increasing your range

Reach you potential by extending your vocal range to allow you to sing comfortably and without strain. You’ll then be able to pick from a much wider range of songs and keep yourself and your audience interested.

  • Build confidence

Successful singers need to be confident as that confidence reflects in their performance. Confidence comes from being in control and control comes from having a good technique. Taking singing lessons can help with all the above and will therefore enable a singer to focus less on what could go wrong and more on delivering a believable performance for their audience.

  • Vocal health

The voice is a very delicate and complex instrument which unfortunately cannot be renewed if it wears out. When singing without the education provided through singing lessons, it’s very easy for a singer to damage their voice, sometimes permanently. Good singing teachers will identify the times that you may be putting undue strain on your voice and the correct way to change that with specific exercises.  They can also advise you on your lifestyle choices that could help to protect your voice.

  • Developing your own style

Successful singers usually have something quite unique about their voice so that when you hear one of their songs you immediately recognise them. Singing lessons will help develop a strong foundation for your voice which will allow your own style to surface. Unless you want to become a ‘tribute’ singer an audience will far rather hear your voice!

  • Breath control

The health of your voice is paramount as a singer. Therefore improving breath control can help you to keep your voice strong. Many people with breathing problems use singing lessons as a way of improving the issue. Breath control is essential as a singer and you’ll need it to perform, if you lose your breath and stop singing, you risk ruining your reputation.

  • Public speaking

As you develop in your career, being able to speak in public becomes essential for interviews and press releases. Singing lessons help you to find your voice and know it better than you did before. Learning to project your voice is essential and helps with microphone technique.