I teach singing using basic Alexander technique to help improve posture, breathing and alignment, and the Estill model for vocal technique. Both beginners and professionals are welcome as I tailor the lesson to your needs. I am currently only taking new students aged 16+
I teach one to one and group singing lessons at top drama schools as well as looking after my own clients. My background is in Musical Theatre and I have performed in many professional productions including playing Princeton in "Avenue Q" (UK Tour) and Boq in "Wicked" (West End).
"My voice has changed dramatically since having lessons with Adam. It's amazing how quickly it all slots into place when you are given a clear explanation of how the voice works.” Ellie Rutherford (Mamma Mia International Tour)
"Probably one of the most enlightening hours of my life. I feel like some kind of magic happened! I feel very happy knowing there is actually a voice in there" Mark Boustead (Radio Presenter)
"Adam’s vocal coaching has transformed my technique. I am a stronger and healthier vocalist and a more confident performer under his tuition. Adam is intuitive, supportive and dynamic, so can really help to identify the right techniques that are individual to you." Vivienne Ekwulugo (Thriller Live West End)
“I've never felt so comfortable and confident in developing my singing technique.” Corin Miller (Performer)
Lesson in studios in Central London will cost £45. I offer £5 off your first lesson if you quote "SuperProf".
Adam trained at The BRIT School, The Betty Wivell Academy and three years at ArtsEd where he graduated in July 2010 with a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre.
Theatre credits include Dandini in ‘Cinderella’ (Nottingham Playhouse), Harry Briggs in ‘The White Feather’ (The Union Theatre), J. Pierrepont Finch in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ (Ye Olde Rose and Crown), Sam in ‘Sleeping Arrangements’ (Landor Theatre), Title role in ‘Peter Pan’ (Aylesbury Waterside Theatre and Princes Hall Aldershot), Boq in ‘Wicked’ (Apollo Victoria), Princeton/Rod in ‘Avenue Q’ (UK Tour), Eddie in ‘A Slice of Saturday Night’ (Upstairs At The Gatehouse Theatre, London), ‘Oh What A Lovely War’ (Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke), Sam in ‘Pay As You Go’ (The Cock Tavern Theatre, London), An Evening with Adam Gwon (St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden), Christmas in New York (Lyric, London) and Slightly in ‘Peter Pan’ (Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon)
Workshops: ‘Pinocchio’ for National Theatre, ‘Super Alice Smith’ for Perfect Pitch and Jamie in ‘Band Camp’ for Take Note
Recordings: ‘Maria Friedman Celebrates the Great British Songbook’ and ‘Sleeping Arrangements’
Films: ‘Disney’s Muppets Most Wanted’
Adam is a brilliant teacher. Over the last year, I have had a lot of vocal problems, always resulting in loss of voice. Adam was able to asses the problems and give me techniques to combat this and get my voice back to where it needs to be. He is professional, friendly and our lessons are always a lot of fun!
Adam is a fantastic singing teacher! No exaggeration, he has changed my life. I am a skilled singer and had reached a point where I thought, ok this is how far my voice can go. But with what Adam taught me, my voice has surprised me and continues to do so, even after a couple of years taking his classes. He just understands the technical details of how the vocal instrument works and can instantly pinpoint what you need to correct. I am a musical theatre performer and Adam has given me the skills I need to feel confident in any situation where I have to sing. I can't recommend him more highly!
Adam is a wonderful vocal coach. He always creates a comfortable environment during our lessons and makes me feel at ease to really explore my potential. He makes sure to clearly explain how the voice works and how to make the most of it; he is very supportive and takes the time to understand my objectives and tailors our sessions accordingly. I can definitely say that thanks to Adam I have become more confident in my singing.
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