In 2014 Colin was offered a job as a singing technique teacher at ArtsEd in London, one of the country's top triple-threat musical theatre training schools providing performers into the West End. For more information about ArtsEd, visit www.artsed.co.uk .
He is beginning to run workshops in voice. These are catered to various musical abilities. If you would like a workshop designed for you or your group, please use the 'contact' tab above.
Big Noise Chorus continues to go from strength to strength and there are a number of exciting projects in the pipeline for 2015. For more information about this network of community choirs, visit www.bignoisechorus.co.uk .
As well as running Big Noise Chorus, teaching in Exeter and London, Colin also works freelance on various musical projects from composing to leading singing groups and workshops.
Working alongside Speech and Language therapists, he has recently 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 will be presented in Bruges in March 2015.
This Spring he will be choir leading for Extraordinary Bodies' performance of their acrobatic show 'Weighting in Dulwich, London. The show involves able bodied and disabled acrobats, and features a choir in its finale.
When Practice Definitely Does Not Make Perfect - The Art and Science of Vibrato
Please follow this link 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. Many thanks to Gaenor Burchett-Vass for publishing.
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