Vocal Revolution Podcast
Join me to explore the revolutionary power of the voice to change our world - personally and collectively.
Monthly compelling conversations with stories, insights and top tips from leading vocal activists.
Whether you're looking to find your voice as a singer, writer, speaker, artist, entrepreneur, leader or simply as a human being on planet earth .. each episode of Vocal Revolution is packed full of pearls of wisdom and hands-on know-how from leading experts offering their unique vocal expression to help you discover yours.
🌹 🎶 Vocal Revolution Ep 19 - Freeing Your Voice with Michael Harper
Release Date: May 22nd 2022
🌹 🎶 "Be yourself child" - singer, vocal consultant and singing teacher Michael Harper reflects on how we can free our voices and take a stand for freedom in the face of oppression.
🌹 🎶 Michael Harper is a singer, vocal consultant and singing teacher. He has sung opera, oratorio, and new music in the US, Europe and in China, premiering new works in the UK, Venice, and Geneva.
Michael was one of six vocal coaches on the recent Sky Arts series Anyone Can Sing. As a vocal consultant, he has given master classes, workshops and lectures for the Centre for Performance Research (Aberystwyth), the Asolo Song Festival and Institute for Song Interpretation (Italy), The National Foundation for Youth Music, Sing Up, The Sage Gateshead (Newcastle), Jackdaws Music Education Trust (Somerset), Guildhall School of Music and Drama, The Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon), the National Opera Studio (London), the Royal Northern College of Music (Manchester), various US universities including Westminster Choir College (Princeton) where he worked with the Grammy- nominate Williamson Voices, and the British Library, where he held an Edison Fellowship.
He has curated recitals for the London Song Festival and for Steinway Hall on the songs of African American and Black British Composers, and directed a tribute to the Fisk Jubilee Singers as part of the Hull City of Culture 2016.
He teaches singing at the Royal Northern School of Music in Manchester and has private studios in London, Bristol, and at the den Norske Opera in Oslo. He is trustee of the Saga Trust (Edison Fellowship, British Library) and a Patron for the National Opera Studio’s Diverse Voices programme.