Due to COVID all sessions are being carried out on Zoom.
In December 2020, Colin led his choirs in a Virtual Choir Project, recording 6 carols for an online concert. you can see and excerpt on the left of this page or here:
In March 2021, Big Noise Chorus recorded 8 songs for a Virtual Concert. You can listen on the left of this page or here:
1-1 sessions focus on bespoke technical instruction to help the individual sing freely and with less effort.
For ensemble work, please get in touch to discuss your needs for workshops.
If you would like a workshop designed for you or your group, please use the 'contact' tab above.
Colin runs Big Noise Chorus, a collection of Community Choirs in Devon singing, Pop and Musical Theatre. All sessions are being run online during the pandemic, but once restrictions are lifted we aim to get back to live singing again.
In Dec 2019, we celebrated our 10th Anniversary with 450 singers at Exeter Cathedral. This concert also pushed our fundraising total for charity to over £100,000.
For more information about this network of community choirs, visit .
As well as running Big Noise Chorus, teaching in Exeter, Colin also works freelance on various musical projects from composing to leading singing groups and workshops.
In 2014 he worked at Arts Ed in London, delivering Singing Technique to Undergraduates in 1 of London's top Musical Theatre schools.`
Working alongside Speech and Language therapists, in 2015 he become involved in the world's first study into whether singing technique can be proven to aid in the feminisation of the voice for transgender clients at the Laurels in Exeter. The findings of this work were presented in Bruges in March 2015.
He has worked around the country with Performance group 'Extraordinary Bodies' in their performances of their acrobatic show 'Weighting'. The show involves able bodied and disabled acrobats, and features a local choir in its finale.
Theory and Writing
Please click the title above to see Colin's article on the Art and science of vibrato, exploring what vibrato is and why so many singing teachers leave a heavy vibrato unchallenged.
Just a sample of my work. To see more or discuss possible work >>