Want to Become a confident singer?
We help people to achieve their goals with tailored singing lessons in Glasgow
What Would You Like To Achieve?
BOOST YOUR CONFIDENCE
Improve your everyday confidence by mastering a valuable skill that can be used in all areas of your life.
SING WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY
Become the life of the party and impress your friends with a rich, resonant and enjoyable singing voice
ADVANCE YOUR CAREER
Learn how to take your singing to the next level on your journey towards professional speaking & singing
If you love singing, we can help you.
What You’ll Do during your lessons:
Learn A Valuable Skill
Boost Your Confidence
Meet Hannah, Head Vocal Coach
Hi, I’m Hannah!
I’ve spent the last 15 years uncovering the intricacies and complexities of the voice. And, it’s opened doors for me in ways I never thought imaginable.
From playing lead theatrical roles in some of the UK’s top venues to working on voiceover features for blockbuster video games – I’m a very lucky gal.
But, after being approached by a number of aspiring singers, I saw that I could make an even greater impact through teaching (not that I’ve stopped performing).
For 99% of students though, the problem wasn’t their voice… they just needed more confidence!
I started Happy Voices to help people realise that learning to sing is more than just being able to hold a note in tune.
It’s about being able to express yourself confidently; to speak and sing with intention and most importantly, to feel happy about who you are, not what others think of you.
Hundreds of people have changed their lives by uncovering their true voice… from advancing their careers to improving their relationships.
Are you ready to join in?
Meet Your Glasgow Based Vocal Coaches
Hannah is an actor and voice coach based in Glasgow. After receiving a music scholarship at Fettes College, she decided to train with Scottish Opera on her gap year following 7 years of singing lessons in Italian Classical/Bel Canto technique with Anne Lewis (GSMD).
Her university years at Durham (Psychology) were spent mostly in the theatre where Hannah was involved with over 25 students productions: touring, performing at the local Gala theatre and at the Edinburgh Festival. It was then she decided to formalise her love for theatre and performance, applying successfully to attend the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Graduating with a distinction in Musical Theatre, Hannah’s vocal training at the RCS with the likes Scott Harrison, Ros Steen, Bill Wright, Jean Sangster and Pat Hay opened up her mind as to the endless possibilities of the voice and the actual science behind what is a very delicate, emotional creature at times.
Influenced by Estill, Bel Canto, SSL, CVT, Husler, Nadine George, Alexander Technique and the Laban Movement, Hannah’s style of teaching combines a number of ideologies which are tailored to suit each individual pupil. No-one is exactly the same in the way they learn, and in this sense, no one ‘school of thought’ will 100% satisfy every pupil and singer. Her research is bolstered by her own career as an actor and her degree in Psychology, aiding her teaching methods from both a methodical and practical perspective.
As a performer, Hannah has performed across the United Kingdom in musicals, plays and everything in between.
For more information, visit www.hannahhowie.com.
She also plays violin and piano, loves cats and a good challenge!
Ready To Begin Your Singing Journey?
Join over 600 singing students who have changed their lives by learning to take control of their voice.
What You’ll Learn…
How To Find Your True Voice
How To Breathe When Singing
How To Keep Your Voice Safe
Warm Up Techniques
How To Practise Effectively
How To Command A Room
Your Learning Process
Set Achievable Goals
Make Steady Progress
Hannah also sends a post-lesson email detailing what happened in the lesson, new terms and new steps you have taken together, complete with MP3s to listen, follow and practise alongside before your next lesson. Little and often is best, warming up the voice in the morning and trying out the exercises in the freedom of your own space and sound.