Phoene Cave

Vocal tutor & shiatsu practitioner

Based in
Hampton, London, United Kingdom
Phoene Cave | Vocal tutor & shiatsu practitioner

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I am the head of music services, inner london for the Nordoff-Robbins Music charity. Prior to that I was the Singing for Breathing workshop leader at the Royal Brompton hospital in London working with patients with chronic lung disease. I was also the vocal co-ordinator for a west london music service and teach singing to children from nursery school age to pensioners from one to one lessons to large group workshops. I specialise in pop/jazz and musical theatre repertoire. I have a music degree from the University of London as well as postgraduate qualifications in music therapy and music teaching. I am thoroughly trained and grounded in vocal technique and with extensive experience work with clients on correcting problems with posture, respiration, phonation, tuning, articulation etc. I work south west of London on the Surrey border in between Twickenham rugby ground and Hampton Court Palace and charge £40 an hour.

I am also available to run one off singing workshops for nursery/primary or secondary school children as well as adults. These are always well received and enthusiastically enjoyable!

I also train classroom teachers how best to teach singing and run training courses for both Trinity Guildhall and the Sing Up organisation.

I am also a qualified music therapist and shiatsu practitioner (japanese bodywork) and these disciplines inform my work also.

Hampton Greater London
United Kingdom

Please submit your query to phoene.cave@ntlworld.com

Group Classes

Landmark Sound

First taster workshop tuesday january 13th 2009

For more information contact the loretta@landmarkartscentre.org

It's a: 
workshop
Venue: 
Landmark Arts Centre
Location: 
Teddington, Surrey, United Kingdom
Date and time: 
Tuesday evenings 7pm - 8.30pm
Rates: 
£65 a term

Experience

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Diploma in Shiatsu Bodywork
European Shiatsu School

Core training for the voice
Vocal Process voice production (Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher)

Certificate in Music Teaching to Adults
University of London, Goldsmiths College, London SE14

Postgraduate Diploma in Music Therapy
Roehampton Institute, Southlands College, London SW19

Bachelor of Music Degree (Hons) II.i
University of London, Goldsmiths College, London SE14

WORK EXPERIENCE

Vocal co-ordinator

• Managing team of singing teachers
• Planning/co-ordinating and running whole class vocal ks2 prog for wider opportunities prog
• Running an a capella community vocal choir with over 75 members
• Training music co-ordinators and Heads of Music in the teaching of voice
• Teaching in secondary schools one to one and small groups, years 7-11
• Link with music therapy dept/working with clients from adolescent psychiatry
• Co-organising the annual primary school singing festival culminating in choosing repertoire, running workshops and hosting a concert for over 1200 children
• Regular vocal workshops throughout the year with primary and secondary school children
• Leading a 500 strong borough primary choir at schools prom at Royal Albert Hall

Workshop Facilator

• Vocal workshop leader on Singing For Breathing clinical research trial at the Royal
Brompton Hospital in London working with patients with chronic lung disease (2009)
• Teacher training for the Sing up! programme (2008)
• Regular vocal workshops for adults and children across London (2008)
• Vocal trainer and mentor for Trinity/Guildhall professional development programme. (2008)
• Leading vocal workshops with KS1 & 2 across the borough of Lambeth, teaching songs for concerts for re-opening of Royal Festival Hall (2007)
• Five commissions from the Anvil in Basingstoke exploring voice/percussion/stories/timbre/pitch/dynamics with nursery school children (2006 – 2008)
• Visiting singing lecturer for Music therapy dept at Roehampton university – ongoing
• Vocal co-ordinator for the RNIB music day at the Royal Festival Hall (2004)
• “Rhythm and Song” performance and ongoing workshops for 7-11yr olds and older family members at the Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington (2004)
• Richmond Adult College – Planning/leading vocal improvisation workshops for jazz singers and tutoring students on the Access to Music course (2002 – 2004)

Vocalist

Jazz and pop - live and recorded - harmony and lead vocals - keyboards.
Over 20 year’s experience as a professional singer. I have appeared at the Cambridge Folk Festival, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow and a variety of well known London venues including The Mean Fiddler, the Marquee, Borderline, Rock Garden and 606 Club. I performed with the Chateau de Berne Big Band at annual concerts in the South of France. Part of choir backing Bobby McFerrin at the QEH London and at the RFH in a 100 strong choir singing in Spanish with Paco Pena. I have recorded jingles for television commercials and have two live television appearances to my credit.

Consultant/Author

Employed by Sound Connections as a Music specialist embedding music in a family childrens’ centre in Richmond through consulting on a sensory/sound garden as well as training early years practitioners to make music with the under 5's

Currently writing “The singing bible” for Backbeat books
Vocal consultant/author on Jawbone’s book & dvd “The Band Bible”
Rockschool vocal syllabus. Examinations accredited by Trinity college. Session singer for the accompanying teachers’ guide

Dates: 
Dec 2008

Services

Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.


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