Before the pandemic, Irish musician Sinead McConville juggled gigging commitments with an uninspiring job in hospitality. Last year she studied with BAST Training and now works in the music industry full-time.
‘BAST made becoming a singing teacher such a joyful experience’
How to make your 2021 goals a reality
2020 has been bonkers, but the New Year is just around the corner. While we may not be able to welcome it with tight hugs and wet kisses, we can make a start on our 2021 teaching goals.
The right mix: a pro singer on the joys of teaching and performing
Napoleon Cummings explains why he ditched international touring for a career that combines teaching and performing. After five years on the road with a cappella supergroup Naturally 7, Napoleon Cummings […]
The benefits of BAST singing teacher training
Four former BAST students reveal how singing teacher training gave them the tools and confidence to coach others and build successful businesses. Cat Ogden runs a vocal practice in […]
Why I became a singing teacher: Line Hilton
As with many singers I started off believing I was going to “be famous”. It was a very vague and undefined goal, and given that I started as a clarinetist and ended up choosing the jazz route I was unlikely to be able to attain the kind of commercial success that a pop/rock singer might do.