“After ten years in teaching I was becoming concerned about my voice’s ability to last a series of full days. After only five White’s Technique lessons I cannot believe the transformation in the power, range and tonality of my voice. I’m also surprised at how the Technique has made me a better singer.”

gary, deputy head teacher

I used to have a high, clear soprano voice, until five years ago I contracted a lung infection that affected my voice very badly. I could no longer get top Gs and As, and had to leave the choir I sang with. But I was amazed to find after only one White’s Technique lesson that my top notes were back! I had been taught to sing ‘from the throat’, which made me tighten up and gave me throat problems. It’s a great relief to be able to get away from the throat and focus my voice in my head.

Louise, amateur soprano

“I very much wanted to be a barrister, but almost gave up my training because I knew that my weak voice and lack of authority when speaking would let me down in court. The improvement in my voice through White’s Technique, and the confidence that gave me, have now set me on a successful career.”

KEITH Webb, barrister

“I had no idea White’s Technique would make such a huge difference to my voice. I just wish I had discovered it sooner!”

Jane, semi-professional mezzo soprano

Such wonderful and vast applications. I now realise what an emotive, enchanting and magical tool it [the voice] could be. I have already identified the ways it could help me and my class.

Karen Butcher, teacher

“After difficulties with singing or speaking I developed a haemorrhage on a vocal cord. My speech was weak, husky, and uncharacteristically deep, my singing range was only about one fourth, between middle D and G (I had been a soprano), and my voice felt extremely uncomfortable. Now, thanks to White’s Technique, I have a range of two and a half octaves, and the quality and ease of my speaking and singing is better than ever it was before my problem.”

helen hearn, teacher and choral singer

“When I gave presentations to large groups I couldn’t project my voice enough to the back of the room, and the effort made my throat sore. After only three White’s Technique lessons people remarked how much better my voice sounded. One lady at the back said she could hear me even though her hearing aid battery had run out! And my throat isn’t getting sore any more.”

Katie, wildlife project officer

I have been suffering from ME (post-viral fatigue syndrome) following a viral infection a few years ago. Over the past thirty years I have been used to using my voice to the full, as a member of amateur dramatic and operatic societies and male voice choirs, and as a semi-professional vocal entertainer. So it was a shock to realise that my voice was starting to get tired from talking, let alone singing! Luckily I was recommended to a White’s Technique teacher. Just seven lessons helped to restore my vocal range and taught me how to conserve my vocal energy, as well as improving the quality of my singing voice.

Paul, baritone and vocal entertainer

The sensation of speaking head-based feels so effortless.

Septimus OOsthuizen, teacher

I feel that I can speak with less strain and move pitch more easily to speak with more expression.

Rebecca Lees, Teacher

The course has taught me understanding of how to control my voice and improve my posture.

Megan Doherty, teacher

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