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Sadie Grist Details

164, Eversholt St London NW1 1BL  

'for the love of singing..'

With an originally classical and strongly theatrical background, and subsequent specialised training in vocal technique, Sadie works regularly with professionals in the industry and international experts in their field, as well as with beginners and those in need of confidence and reassurance. Her directorial credits include many high profile productions including in conjunction with The National Theatre. In addition to this private tuition she also teaches vocal technique and audition repertoire sessions at Londonís prestigious Italia Conti. Sadie works from studios in Central London, close by the London Bridge/Borough Market area, plus, for those that are a little further afield she also has a base in South East London which caters to smaller, more informal lessons.
User Comments: "I just wanted to get in touch with you guys as I used to have singing lessons with Becky, must be about a year ago now, and am coming on leaps and bounds with my singing career! I'm working with a producer who I met after reading an email he sent to you asking for session singers. ..., it's going really well, and I'm getting a lot of interest all round! The album will be finished at Christmas time and released sometime next year. In the meantime I've got some great gigs lined up. I wanted to say thanks for the great lessons and encouragement you guys give to eveyone! Having some lessons at Vox Box was definitely one of the best decisions I've ever made! If you're interested you can check me out on " :: Kathryn James
Singing Teacher Sadie Grist

Sadie and has worked as vocal coach and musical director on a huge variety   of productions. She is adept at tailoring vocals to the specific needs of both the performance and the singer and is able to coax the best from all abilities and to create an environment where great vocals are not merely achieved by the experienced and the gifted.

Her introduction to music classical training, and although over the years she has maintained her links with this classical background, it is contemporary music, and in particular modern musical theatre which has really inspired her love of performance and teaching. 

For over ten years now Sadie has worked extensively in theatre, helping the professional and the more assured to achieve their full potential, and building up the confidence of less experienced performers. Through an approach which blends technical training with performance skills, she finds real improvement can happen very rapidly.

She has worked as musical director on many shows including Little Shop of Horrors, Tell me on a Sunday, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Cabaret, Oh What a Lovely War and Sweet Charity, as well as Choral Groups and Gospel Choirs. 

Her students and their needs are very diverse and she enjoys the variety this brings to her teaching, from total beginners who just want to be able to sing for themselves, to those currently performing in the West End and needing help with repertoire or audition pieces.

This work has reinforced her belief that, with the correct guidance and support, singing can be for everyone and quite often even the most uncertain of voices can soon be soaring with confidence.

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Sadie says:

Taking lessons at Voxbox to work on my own vocal technique really opened my eyes, I was limiting the power and range of my voice through bad technique. I am an experienced performer, and was happy in the main with my sound, however like many I wanted a bigger and fuller tone, and could only achieve it very occasionally if the wind was in the right direction!

Taking regular lessons here have helped me find a voice I didn't know I had, and to overcome vocal issues I thought I would simply have to live with.

My teaching has been hugely helped by the serious amount of learning I've had to do over the past two years, and I truly understand how frustrating it can be to want to achieve something which seems out of reach..... but with the right guidance, (and a little patience and practice), it really is possible to become so much better that you think you can!

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