Hi, I’m Candi and I love singing.

Since my first singing lesson aged 7, I absolutely fell in love with music. Taking on piano lessons aged 11 I joined every choir I could, joined a theatre group, completed my grade 8 singing and eventually did my degree in Professional Musicianship. Now with over 11 years of studio and live experience, I’ve been featured on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6Music, Kerrang!, Planet Rock and more, sung in numerous function bands and theatre productions, and now my mission is to help other people enjoy singing as much as I do.

Whether you’re preparing for an audition, just getting started or want to gain more confidence as a performer I will work with you to grow and finesse your voice to really get the best out of it with lessons tailored for you. Singing should be exciting, it’s a great way to express yourself and my teaching spans a wide range of genres: rock, pop, soul, musical theatre and more. We’ll work together to achieve your goal and have fun while doing so!

My singing lessons can be offered in person from my Brighton location or surrounding areas. I also offer online singing lessons over Skype.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

My qualifications are as follow:

  • BA (Hons) in Professional Musicianship (1st class)
  • Royal Academy of Music Grade 8 Singing
  • Royal Academy of Music Grade 6 Piano
  • Royal Academy of Music Grade 5 Theory
  • Vast experience of live function and original work

In terms of my musical achievements I’m most proud of, as a singer myself I’ve had success with my original band which has led to features on BBC Radio 1 Hype Chart, BBC Radio 1 Indie Show and BBC Radio 1 Rock Show, BBC Radio 6Music, Kerrang!, Planet Rock and Radio X. As a teenager who was glued to the radio and Kerrang! magazines, this was a really exciting experience!

I started teaching because I wanted to work with people to make singing fun again and build up people’s confidence. It’s something I’m really passionate about and in a world of reality shows and ‘perfect’ lives on social media singing has now become something only ‘singers’ do. We forget that everyone can sing and it’s something to be celebrated!


New England House, 640 New England St, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN1 4GH, UK



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Beginner (up to Grade 5)

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