Lynne is a soprano and singing teacher based in Liverpool.

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Lynne’s voice
mike

Ave Maria, Schubert

Lynne originally studied at Manchester University before travelling to Italy to study singing under Maestro Arrigo Pola, who famously taught Pavarotti. Lynne then returned to the UK to continue her studies at Birmingham Conservatoire.

Currently Lynne has a busy career as a freelance soprano, singing teacher and choral director. She is a gifted concert and oratorio performer and is a regular member of the BBC Daily Service Singers which broadcasts on Radio 4. She is a versatile performer and has sung in France, Holland, Italy and throughout the UK. Currently she is working on a project which explores songs arranged specifically for voice, cello and piano trio. Her repertoire extends from Baroque to contemporary music and last year she sang repertoire as diverse as Isis’ Lament from Lutyens’ Isis and Osiris, Wagner’s Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde, Faure’s Requiem and Orff’s Carmina Burana. She also works with a 5 voice ensemble, the St Nicholas Singers which specializes in baroque music performing works by composers such as Tallis, Victoria, Lassus and Monteverdi.

Lynne currently teaches singing at Liverpool Hope University and has a thriving private practice. She has a special interest in the vocal health of choral singers which she is developing through a PhD exploring the vocal health of girl cathedral singers. Lynne has directed a number of ensembles including show choirs, opera choruses and Lancashire Youth Choir. She currently conducts the Richard Hart Singers, Ainsdale.

Lynne has over 20 years’ experience as a
teacher of singing.

Please click below to sample Lynne’s voice

mike

Panis Angelicus, Franck

Lynne currently teaches students at Liverpool Hope University where she prepares her singers to degree and masters level standard. She also has a busy private practice and takes as much pleasure in teaching beginners as well as more advanced pupils. Many of the children that come to Lynne for lessons take singing exams and they achieve very high pass rates. Lynne takes an active role in preparing her students for their GCSE, AS and A level performances. Lynne also teaches singing at St Vincent’s School for the visually impaired, a role that she enjoys very much.

Lynne takes great pleasure in teaching adult beginners. Whether you want to learn to sing for pleasure, get into a choir or improve the singing that you are already doing, Lynne will assess your requirements and work with you to achieve your goals.

Many of Lynne’s students, both young and old, enjoy entering for music festivals and as Lynne is an adjudicator for the British and International Federation of music festivals, she is well placed to advise her students on what is the best repertoire to sing.

Lynne teaches a broadly classical technique, with the emphasis on good breathing. However, she believes that this technique will help you to sing in whatever style you choose, whether that me opera, classical, jazz, musical theatre, pop or rock. A sound technique gives the singer the vocal freedom to do what they want with their voice whilst retaining a healthy throat.

Lessons with Lynne are relaxing and enjoyable, but goals are achieved!

Lynne has sung on
Songs of Praise
and is a regular performer on
BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service.

Lynne’s freelance career has seen her perform in many interesting places; St George’s Chapel, Windsor and Lisieux Cathedral to name but two. She is a familiar face with many local choral societies and can often be heard giving solo recitals. She has sung in a number of world premieres and was featured in the BBC drama All the Small Things. She has also sung on Songs of Praise and is a regular performer on BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service. She was even on S4C with Russel Watson!

However, Lynne is very honoured to participate in important occasions and celebrations for people. As a wedding singer Lynne’s singing enhances an already joyous occasion. She is very happy to learn a ‘special song’ or suggest music that you might like to have at your wedding. During the sad time of a funeral, families and friends often don’t want to sing and Lynne is happy to lead the singing and perhaps perform a piece which is special to the family. This uplifts the service and helps to make a sad occasion more special.

Lynne also sings at parties, which is always fun. She has had some lovely experiences, most notably at a wedding where the bride didn’t want speeches and instead asked Lynne to give a recital instead. She provided a lovely concert of light classical music and musicals. Whatever your needs, Lynne is always happy to try and accommodate them.

Please feel free to contact Lynne and chat about what your musical needs are.

Address: 15 Tynville Rd, Aintree, Liverpool L9 9BN
Mobile: 07946 440 479
Email: lynnerogers_soprano@yahoo.co.uk

Please send Lynne a message:

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Lynne is a soprano and singing teacher based in Liverpool.

Lynne originally studied at Manchester University before travelling to Italy to study singing under Maestro Arrigo Pola, who famously taught Pavarotti. Lynne then returned to the UK to continue her studies at Birmingham Conservatoire.

Currently Lynne has a busy career as a freelance soprano, singing teacher and choral director. She is a gifted concert and oratorio performer and is a regular member of the BBC Daily Service Singers which broadcasts on Radio 4. She is a versatile performer and has sung in France, Holland, Italy and throughout the UK. Currently she is working on a project which explores songs arranged specifically for voice, cello and piano trio. Her repertoire extends from Baroque to contemporary music and last year she sang repertoire as diverse as Isis’ Lament from Lutyens’ Isis and Osiris, Wagner’s Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde, Faure’s Requiem and Orff’s Carmina Burana. She also works with a 5 voice ensemble, the St Nicholas Singers which specializes in baroque music performing works by composers such as Tallis, Victoria, Lassus and Monteverdi.

Lynne currently teaches singing at Liverpool Hope University and has a thriving private practice. She has a special interest in the vocal health of choral singers which she is developing through a PhD exploring the vocal health of girl cathedral singers. Lynne has directed a number of ensembles including show choirs, opera choruses and Lancashire Youth Choir. She currently conducts the Richard Hart Singers, Ainsdale.

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teaching

Lynne currently teaches students at Liverpool Hope University where she prepares her singers to degree and masters level standard. She also has a busy private practice and takes as much pleasure in teaching beginners as well as more advanced pupils. Many of the children that come to Lynne for lessons take singing exams and they achieve very high pass rates. Lynne takes an active role in preparing her students for their GCSE, AS and A level performances. Lynne also teaches singing at St Vincent’s School for the visually impaired, a role that she enjoys very much.

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Lynne takes great pleasure in teaching adult beginners. Whether you want to learn to sing for pleasure, get into a choir or improve the singing that you are already doing, Lynne will assess your requirements and work with you to achieve your goals.

Many of Lynne’s students, both young and old, enjoy entering for music festivals and as Lynne is an adjudicator for the British and International Federation of music festivals, she is well placed to advise her students on what is the best repertoire to sing.

Lynne teaches a broadly classical technique, with the emphasis on good breathing. However, she believes that this technique will help you to sing in whatever style you choose, whether that me opera, classical, jazz, musical theatre, pop or rock. A sound technique gives the singer the vocal freedom to do what they want with their voice whilst retaining a healthy throat.

Lessons with Lynne are relaxing and enjoyable, but goals are achieved!

singing

Lynne’s freelance career has seen her perform in many interesting places; St George’s Chapel, Windsor and Lisieux Cathedral to name but two. She is a familiar face with many local choral societies and can often be heard giving solo recitals. She has sung in a number of world premieres and was featured in the BBC drama All the Small Things. She has also sung on Songs of Praise and is a regular performer on BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service. She was even on S4C with Russel Watson!

However, Lynne is very honoured to participate in important occasions and celebrations for people. As a wedding singer Lynne’s singing enhances an already joyous occasion. She is very happy to learn a ‘special song’ or suggest music that you might like to have at your wedding. During the sad time of a funeral, families and friends often don’t want to sing and Lynne is happy to lead the singing and perhaps perform a piece which is special to the family. This uplifts the service and helps to make a sad occasion more special.

Lynne also sings at parties, which is always fun. She has had some lovely experiences, most notably at a wedding where the bride didn’t want speeches and instead asked Lynne to give a recital instead. She provided a lovely concert of light classical music and musicals. Whatever your needs, Lynne is always happy to try and accommodate them.

 

Please click below to sample
Lynne’s voice: 

mike

Ave Maria, Schubert

mike

Panis Angelicus, Franck

Please feel free to contact Lynne and chat about what your musical needs are.

Address: 15 Tynville Rd, Aintree,
Liverpool L9 9BN

Mobile: 07946 440 479
Email: lynnerogers_soprano@yahoo.co.uk

Please send Lynne a message: