“Russell is an inspirational, dedicated and hugely
talented teacher who has infinite patience”
Russell Scott is a professional voice coach and works with singers of all ages from young children to mature adults. He works across several styles of music including his own passions of musical theatre and classical, but also in folk, pop and rock.
His studio is based in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire (just 25mins from central London), and is fully setup with state of the art technology and a beautiful baby grand piano.
He is an inspirational dedicated and talented teacher who has infinite patience. He has an outstanding reputation coupled with great care and support to singers who have the desire to succeed. He has outstanding knowledge and passion for musical perfection.
He works regularly, privately and in schools, with both emerging and established performers, and has a reputation for ‘OUTSTANDING’ results, audition preparation for schools, music colleges and theatre (both amateur and professional level including West End).
Whether you are a young aspiring performer or professional, Russell Scott can help work with you on areas including:
Vocal Problems and Rehabilitation
Russell also has an excellent reputation, working with vocal problems, whether it be from strain,illness or something more serious such as vocal nodules. He has a network of first class medical consultants he works closely with and can put together a plan for rehabilitation follow diagnosis.
Russell Scott is a certified Level II Vocal Health First Aid speclialist.
What people say.....
The studio is Mac-based and has a Yamaha Baby Grand Piano with Midi Functionality, external Instrument Inputs available, great acoustic with Vocal Booth, using the latest technology and Logic Pro X.
The studio is used for:
- Demo Recordings
- Commercial Recordings
- Backing Tracks
- Voice Overs
- Soundbites for Websites
- Audioreel Production
- Mixing & Mastering
“A superb setup with outstanding results”
Association of Teachers of Singing
Association of British Choral Directors
British Voice Association
Vocal Health Education