I will be facilitating a free vocal improvisation workshop as part of the Test Valley Arts Festival. There may be an opportunity (for those who would like) to perform the fruits of our day’s work at a Gala Concert on November 17th. There may be a special guest too but more on that later.

Date 15th of October 2016

09.30am for a 10.00am start

04.00pm finish

Venue: Romsey Town Hall

1 Market Place

Romsey SO51 8YZ

Put the date in your diary, folks



Here are my dates for next term.
April 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
May 3rd, 10th,
June, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th,
July 5th, 12th, 19th
As you can see, I have a break in May.
Cost £9.00 per session or
£97.50 for 13 week term


07.00pm till 08.30pm in The Media Room

Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury




We’ve had some fantastic gigs at Cadogan Hall,  Capitol Theatre, Horsham and the Mill, Sonning. Really looking forward to the next two:

11th March 16      Marina Theatre, Lowestoft

13th March 16      Churchill Theatre, Bromley.

Hope to see you all there

“Singing, and the use of voice and Rhythm for Healing”

I will be running a full day workshop at “The Quaker Meeting House” 51 Wilton Road, Salisbury on Saturday Nov. 28th from 10.30am Till 05.00pm.

Full Price     £35.00

Concessions    £30.00

R&R choir members   £25.00

Those who have done introductory course  £15.00

Email info@heartvox to register or for more details


Some comments from other workshops,

“Just Wonderful and Marvellous in every way”, thank you so much

“Fantastic” J

“A most enjoyable afternoon” A W

“Very uplifting and fun, I feel quite blown away :) ” D T

“I would come again”

“Wonderful, a really joyous experience” S M

“Did everything it said on the tin and more. Thanks for a wonderful afternoon” B P

Just saw the lovely Jack Savoretti being interviewed on a Saturday morning cookery show. Jack was my student for about a year earlier in his career. His management at the time wanted me to mould him into a Chris Martin in a typical music industry ploy to turn an artist into a clone of the latest big thing. I encouraged Jack to ignore this advice and develop his obvious authentic voice. He is still the same charming, sincere and artistic chap. Glad he freed himself from those influences and has found the success he deserves.
Still think he smokes too much though. The gravel is growing :)