We offer fun and engaging, private singing lessons with two highly experienced vocal coaches – each lesson is tailor-made to you and your specific singing needs.
About the teachers
Due to increasing demand for its unique approach to vocal training, North West End Acting School is thrilled to be able to introduce Amber Kuti-Smith as part of its singing (vocal) team. Amber is a highly skilled and qualified vocal coach, with many years experience. Her aim is to build confidence and performance skills with her students whatever they are looking to achieve.
Her training began in Musical Theatre and Classical, but she also went on to gain a First Class BA Hons in Popular Music, specialising in Soul and Pop. Since then she has been teaching, performing in a range of bands and working as a session singer up and down the country. Most recently she was working in Abbey Road Studios to be part of the choir for the soundtrack to Marvel’s box office hit, Black Panther (2017).
In her years of music she has taught and performed in Brazil, Nepal and India which enabled her to gain valuable skills around the world. Some of her other musical highlights include being in a choir to promote the Olympics around London (2012) , performing at the Echo Arena as part of the Sound City awards (2012), and backing vocals for Danish Jules Show, Copenhagen (2014).
With 18 years experience of singing in the West End, including being part of the original production of the RSC’s Matilda and singing on the cabaret circuit in venues such as Ronnie Scotts, Lucy has a wealth of knowledge and experience to relay to students of all ages and abilities.
Lucy teaches different singing styles such as Musical Theatre, Jazz, Classical, Pop and Rock. You can learn correct breathing technique, improve your range, work on your tone and discover new repertoire in a fun and engaging way.
£35 – 60 minutes
£17.50 – 30 minutes
“My singing has improved in less than a week. No more big breaths and I’m sustaining notes for longer. I’m feeling much more confident now.”
Ruth Rogers – student