My name is Chanel Lace and I am a Classically trained Soprano singer from Stevenage in Hertfordshire, With an extensive background in the Performing Arts.
My love of singing and performance began as a desire to intoxicate an audience, bringing people into a world where they can forget everything outside and for them to feel alive as the curtains rise and wanting for a song to never end.
When my love of music and singing began, it quickly became a part of my soul, lighting up the path of performance in ways nothing else could. My passion to connect with people was nurtured for many years so I could bring a sense of peace and love to those around me.
I have worked on stage for many years in and around London, highlighting my devotion for connecting to people through music. Classically trained from the age of twelve, I gained the in depth knowledge of how important vocal technique and breathing exercises are, along with a dairy free diet nurturing the vocal chords only to enhance the clearest sound.
For the last three years I have worked teaching children of all ages and abilities, Drama Techniques, Life Skill Classes, Dance, Public Speaking, Vocal Training and Singing to encourage confidence and self-belief in their performance and everyday life.
I feel exceptionally competent in working with students of all ages and abilities with a keen interest in those with Confidence issues and Special Educational Needs. I believe in building on identifying their strengths and weaknesses teaching a lesson on promoting individual growth and achievement through song.
When done in the right way singing lessons can be crucial in training a child's ear and vocal technique. Children exposed to singing can grow up confident in using their technique and become more inclined to hold conversation with good vocal projection. I aim to nurture the voice by teaching good breath control, posture, choosing the correct genre of music to suit the child's range, working on scales and learning a song while training the ear to hear it perfectly. Children who sing but were never taught proper technique often develop hard-to-break bad habits that can actually lead to vocal damage when they get older.
For an older student I aim to assist them in achieving the perfect sound whilst maintaining the best possible vocal function. I will guide them on quickly developing their technique to encourage a smooth sound.
We will learn about the sound waves produced by vocal chords and shape of the larynx, tongue, lips and mouth to produce a better sound. We will work on projection, the pronunciation of words and to use clear diction. We will work with style, delivery, improvisation and presentation.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|The Nobel School||2014||School||A Level English Literature|
|The Nobel School||2014||School||A Level Theatre Studies|
|The Nobel School||2014||School||A Level Dance|
|The Rose Bruford College||2017||College||Theatre Studies Degree|