IN THE VIDEO
Line Hilton will discuss her findings in her MSc Performing Arts Medicine Research Project. She compared 10 contemporary singers with 10 classical singers as the sang through the transition between D4 and D5. Line will explain the methodology and her findings, conclusions and answer any questions you may have regarding this study.
Be A Singing Teacher (BAST) founder and creator, Line Hilton, is passionate about facilitating the singer in fulfilling their potential, both technically and creatively. She draws on a diverse pool of training, qualifications, experiences and skills to help those who require it, whether as performers or teachers.
Line is a trained Registered Nurse, has a B.Mus Ed degree from the prestigious Western Australian Conservatorium of Music and MSc in Performing Arts Medicine from University College London – think Sports Medicine for performers!
With Line’s deep understanding of the vocal mechanism she is able to help a singer gain ease of control over their voice without losingÂ their vocal identity. During her time as head of vocals at the Academy of Contemporary Music (Guildford, UK) Line worked with hundreds of developing contemporary artists. She created and produced a broad spectrum singing/vocal programme that progressed the singers from the diploma through to the degree course.
In her private practice, Line sees professional and semi professional artists, singers and voice users, helping them to better understand and cope with the vocal and mental demands of the job, how to care for their voice and body in order to maintain the high standard health required to perform and sing at optimal levels. Line has had a great deal of success with a functional approach to vocal technique that helps singers overcome vocal issues such as poor pitch control, lack of strength, limited vocal stamina, register transition difficulties and limited range. She has delivered workshops, masterclasses and sat on industry panels in the UK, Europe, USA and Australia. Website: linehilton.com