Rosie is a professional vocalist, singing teacher and yoga teacher.
Rosie works with singers to find their own unique voice, and to sing with ease and confidence.
With ten years of teaching experience, Rosie loves to apply vocal technique whilst using a holistic approach,
exploring the voice as a whole instrument.
So whatever your age or ability, find out more about how you can find your voice.
DEVELOP YOUR VOICE
♫ Classical Technique.
♫ Making the switch from classical to contemporary.
♫ Belt technique and developing the 'mix'.
♫ Learning to sing from scratch.
♫ Acting throught song and interpretation.
♫ Vocal Health.
♫ Music theory.
Whether you are a complete beginner or want to learn a new style of vocals, learn in a relaxed environment with Rosie.
Visit the Teaching Page to find out more about lessons online and in Brighton & Hove.
YOGA FOR SINGERS
To find out more about how yoga can support your vocal development contact Rosie
Visit www.voxyoga.co.uk for more information.
ROSIE SECKER, BMus (Hons), MA
Rosie trained in the vocal and operatic department at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, graduating with a First Class BMus (Hons). She went on to pursue a Master of Arts at the prestigious Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. As a performer, Rosie has worked in opera, musical theatre, choral, film and is currently a sought after jazz vocalist.
Rosie is passionate about music education and has worked with children and adults in state, private and higher education. Rosie believes in nurturing a free and healthy voice, whilst finding expression and emotion through song. Trained in Estill Vocal Technique, Rosie ensures students have a technical understanding of how their voice works.
Rosie is a certified 500hr Yoga Teacher. Rosie now specialises in Yoga for Singers, using movement and yoga to free up the voice. In addition to working with organisations and singers all over the world, Rosie runs her own group classes where you an explore this further.
Rosie currently holds teaching posts at Bird College (teaching on the Diploma and Degree Musical Theatre course) and teaches individual lessons and leads two choirs at LOGS.