This is how 4 referees rated Belen Isabel:
I am soprano born in Barcelona graduated at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with a Master in Historical Performance.
I started my singing career at the age of thirteen with Aninka in Brundibar by Hanz Kráza (Mercat de les Flors) and the Third Genius Die Zauberflöte (El Gran Teatre del Liceu and International Festival of Granada).
Along with my singing career I am also the conductor of the Alma Mater Ensemble with which I have performed at the Wigmore Hall, LSO St. Luke’s and many churches around London; and I work as a singing teacher.
I have experience in music schools as well as teaching privately.
I am very dynamic, flexible and at the same time driven to achieve the aims my students and I set for the short, middle and long term future.
I have lived in London for the past 7 years and I have become fully integrated with the British culture and language.
2010-2013: Private Singing Teacher
2011-2013: Conductor of the Alma Mater Ensemble
June 06, 07,10 & 11 :Teacher,music summer camps organized by the Music School of Santpedor. Barcelona.
Feb-June 06: Piano Teacher and Accompanist at the Music School of Sant Joan de Vilatorrada.Barcelona
Jan-Mar 06: Deputising Teacher, Music School of Puig-Reig as a Harmony and piano teacher and also as an accompanist. Barcelona
Sept-Dec 05: Music Theory teacher, Piano teacher and Accompanist, Music School of Santpedor. Barcelona.
I like to improve my students technique and make them have a pleasant time impersonating a different character every time.
My lessons start with a gentle body and voice warm up, followed by the learning of a piece/pieces where I look into the words (what they mean, how are they pronounced and how they can be best communicated) the music (notes, breathing, structure, technique) posture and memorization (if needed). Always with a fun experience in mind.
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