Why I decided to study Vocal Teaching
Music has played a large role in my life, I have always felt drawn to it. By its very nature, music is one of the most basic and fundamental things in culture and is constantly evolving.
This in mind, I knew when the time came that I wanted to pursue a career in music and as a vocalist - I wanted to be able to sing everyday! So I began to search into courses that focused upon the singing aspect; I found many but not any that shouted out to me. When suddenly as if out of nowhere I discovered that Chichester had a Vocal Teaching course and that really sounded amazing.
To be able to use my vocal ability to teach people sounded like something I could do, something that I would be able to do very well at. The more I thought about it the more I was sure that it was the course and life I wanted to pursue, it seemed like fate!
I felt my personality is very suited to teaching as well as I'm very patient, eager to learn and to pass my knowledge to others. My organisational skills do leave something to be desired but that's something I figured I can work on - its always good to have something to work on!
In finality the course was truly the right choice for me, I enjoyed every module of my first year and I cannot wait for the second year to begin!
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