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Joey Dexter

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Joey has sung from the age of Nine. He was a Choral Scholar at Ampleforth College where he sang Treble.

He studied Vocal Studies at The Royal Northern College of Music with Thomas Schultz and Sarah Rhodes.

He has performed Opera, operetta, Musicals and Pop music, in London, UK Tours and internationally.

He is also a lyricist and songwriter.

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*** Peripatetic Teaching in schools and colleges - if you are looking for a Singing Coach to deliver one to one coaching at your institution get in touch via the contact form.

Workshops in Technical Singing, Audition Technique and Acting Through Song are also available. 

ABOUT

Dexter Vocals is a private vocal coaching practice created to serve the North of England with top quality professional voice training. Aiming to nurture clients that develop healthy, efficient and versatile voices, who are also able to fully express their personality and creativity in their performances. 

 

Every person who walks through the door, whether they come for voice, singing or performance coaching, bring with them their own unique talents and abilities. A big part of the job is helping them realise those strengths whilst also nurturing other areas.

 

Each person will get their own vocal plan to work towards which will be tailored specifically to their voice, personality, performance style and goals. 

Of course technique is important. It really is...'Technique' is the reason why even after 10 years professional performance and coaching experience continuing to expand knoweledge is important.

Continuing CPD ensures the passing on of the most current and accurate techniques for healthy voice use. This is incredibly important with voice research still being a relatively young research field.

Therefore taking training programmes with a variety of field specialists, expands knowledge, this develops the ablity to draw from a wealth of resources for teaching for ALL musical and spoken genres. 

 

Teaching style is influenced by the findings and voice models developed by Dr Gillyanne Kayes & Jeremy Fisher, Prof Janice Chapman, Ron Morris & Linda Hutchinson.

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