Singing Teaching

Lynette has a thriving singing teaching practice in Cambridge including being the singing teacher for the choristers of the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge.

Recent reviews of her King’s singing pupils include:

Sydney Morning Herald  superbly polished vocal sound

 bachtrack.com on Britten’s Hymn to St Cecilia
most impressive of all, perhaps, was the treble’s solo ‘O dear white children’ where the purity of sound made it particularly affecting.

Limelight Magazine said of the Britten ‘The substantial treble solo was handled with a terrific sense of line and the radiant solos on “O weep child weep” and “wear your tribulation like a rose” showed a maturity of musical expression rare in such young singers’.

Le Bien PublicThe remarkable precision of their vocal technique was simply, extraordinary.

She teaches students from a number of Cambridge colleges as well as advanced adult pupils. She regularly submits pupils for examination with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.  Her students have recently been awarded choral scholarships to Cambridge University, and been accepted onto the post-graduate singing course at the RNCM, RAM and RCM. One of her pupils recently won BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year.

Lynette is a member of the British Voice Association, Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS) and the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) and whilst in Australia was a committee member of ANZATS (Australian and New Zealand Association of Teachers of Singing) and on the vocal advisory panel of the Australian Music Examinations’ Board. She is also a member of ISME (Incorporated Society of Music Education).