With West End Singing teacher, Rachel Lynes and Internationally renowned, Voice Coach Nic Redman.
Is the voice the voice?
What can we learn from viewing our instrument through two different lenses?
In conversation with two mega voice geeks about how to bring the best out of your instrument whether you’re a singer, public speaker, actor or just want to get the most out of your vocals!
Rachel Lynes performed leading roles in the West End and internationally. As a Singing Teacher, she specialises in vocal advancement, and career mentoring with performers and vocal coaches. She is the founder of the Sing Space membership and the world’s first online Vocal Gym™ – open 24/7 for you to access expert voice classes when you need it with globally renowned experts in all genres and all techniques.
Nic Redman is an internationally successful voiceover artist and voice & accent coach based in the UK, teaching voice & accents at many of the major drama schools in the UK including RADA, Arts Ed & LIPA with a private client list including podcasters, actors, comedians, public speakers, business professionals and more. She is the founder of Voice & Accent Hub group on Facebook, created to offer tailored voice & accent coaching to specific groups of voice users and writes/hosts The Voice Coach Podcast offering even more in spoken voice training. Nic also co presents the multi ward nominated Voiceover Social podcast, offering insights into the voice over and audio world.
As a voice actor, Nic works internationally voicing commercial, corporate and character scripts with a client list including Tesco, NSPCC & the BBC. She also co-runs VO Social North, the first voiceover meet-up for voice and audio professionals in the North of England.
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