Daniel Howard B-Mus (Hons), PGC (RAM), LGSM, LTCL, LRAM

Daniel has been a professional opera and oratorio singer for 20 years. He made his debut with English Touring Opera with whom he sang Belcore in Donizetti's L'Elisir d'Amore. His international career has taken him all over Europe and he made his debut at the Latvian State Opera in 2006 singing Tarquinius in The Rape of Lucretia by Britten.

Daniel has also performed the baritone solos in most of the standard repertoire in Oratorio as well as numerous recitals throughout the country, 

Daniel singing Belcore in L'Elisir D'Amore by Donizetti at the Azuriales Opera Festival in the South of France 2008.

Daniel singing Papageno in the Magic Flute at the London South Bank 2012. 

Daniel singing Masetto in Don Giovanni in London, 2007.

Daniel is an experienced singing teacher and vocal coach and offers good technical based singing lessons on the classical and music theatre repertoire. He is very experienced in teaching opera, oratorio and song repertoire and as a pianist of a high standard can also accompany his pupils in their repertoire on the piano. 

What can you expect to gain from singing lessons?

BEGINNER TO ADVANCED. You will discover a way of singing that connects what you want to express with your ability to do so. You will achieve vocal freedom, flexibility and stamina, learn to sing without strain and find your own beautiful, unique tone. Have a strong, healthy and relaxed voice that you will be able to rely on for life.

FULFILL YOUR EXPRESSIVE CAPABILITIES. Communicate with complete commitment. Put all of your passion and enthusiasm into your singing. Be able to focus on your singing without having to worry about your voice.

GAIN IN CONFIDENCE. Transform your way of breathing and begin to lose performance anxiety. Sing in front of an audience or just for your own personal pleasure. Find free access to your full pitch, range and dynamic tone and learn to lose tensions and habits that cause vocal fatigue.

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