Singing Teacher in Leeds
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Jordan has been working as a performer and Vocal tutor since 2012 and has lots of experience with different voices.
Being member of numerous bands she performs regularly around the country singing at various events. Jordan also writes and performs her own music varying her performance style and techniques considering which is most relevant for the repertoire.
With a direct knowledge of the performance industry Jordan is able to share this experience with her students and really encourage her students to gain confidence and ability to become performers themselves.
Specialising in Pop singing, Jordan uses contemporary methods to achieve a practical way of improving the voice. She has lead some students into the Trinity and Rock School singing exams to achieve a distinction every time. Jordan has experience teaching both one to one lessons and group sessions ranging from ages 4-35, every age is considered.
Jordan is also able to adapt to a number of other musical styles, primarily teaching to build the confidence and fulfillment of every student. Sessions consist of warm-ups, technical practices such as scales, breathing and singing techniques, working on a song choice of the student to ensure the best techniques and performance is used. She is currently offering singing lessons to students across West-Yorkshire.
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Music Qualifications & Achievements:
- Grade 5 Theory
- Grade 5 Classical singing
- BA Hons Degree: Popular Music, Singing
I give lessons in my studio based in Leeds at a lovely converted Chapel on Meanwood Road, Chapel Works, Stocks St, Leeds, LS7 2AU. My full teaching address will be provided upon your first lesson booking.
“My daughter, Lucy, has had singing lessons with Jordan for a number of years. We have always found Jordan to be friendly, reliable, punctual and flexible and Lucy’s technique and confidence have both grown considerably. She passed her latest exam with distinction. I would not hesitate to recommend Jordan as a singing teacher.”