Helping classical singers harness their vocal and business potential
An empowerment forum for singers taking place at Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival, London in August 2012. Bringing the global community of opera singers together to inspire success, survival, employability and solvency in the classical music industry. Through focusing on streams of IDENTITY, BUSINESS and PERFORMANCE, TSE seeks not only to inspire singers with the tools necessary to achieve success on their terms, but to give them the opportunity to voice their queries, share inspiration, be their own managers and find their TRUE VOICE.
A free photo shoot worth £150 by photographer NEIL THOMAS DOUGLAS for the first 8 people to buy tickets for the Forum.
A reduced rate of £30 to the next 10 people.
An offer of a £100 shoot to everyone who attends, including a high resolution CD.
Photo of Arlene Rolph in The Sloans Project, 2011 produced by Noise Opera
Meet Suzanne McGrath and Clare McCaldin our two guest bloggers, sharing their experiences as singing entrepreneurs in 21st century Europe.
Eine neue stimme in Berlin relates Suzanne's experiences as an British postgrad finding her way in a new country.
Sounds Successful gives Clare's take on the reality of creating and maintaining a career as a classical freelance singer in the UK.