On the topic of TV TALENT SHOWS!

 

On the topic of TV TALENT SHOWS!

It is good to be pragmatic – being sensible, realistic and practical will ensure that you embrace the opportunity and learn from the experience rather than being sorely disappointed and deflated in my opion it is very often the most talented individuals that do not make the finals ! The last thing that we would want at Little Voices would be for your confidence to be affected.

 

Expectations of TV Talent Shows advice from The Vocalist:

 

Each program audition varies depending on the shows requirements and programming schedule. Auditions are often held in a small room where you may be required to sing one song only – without accompaniment in front of one or more people. You may be interviewed and/or filmed separately and required to complete a contract providing permission for any and all clips to be used without payment or re-use royalties, plus agree not to discuss any aspect of the program without permission in the event your audition is successful.

 

Once you’re in the doors, the program staff are usually friendly and helpful. Unless stated in the application form, refreshments and overnight accommodation are only provided to successful finalists. Those who are selected to appear on the show are treated pretty well and extras can range from transportation to the show, refreshments on the night or overnight accommodation to a complete package of specialised training and full accommodation for the length of the program (or until your voted out!)

 

Winners may expect to win the advertised prize, however, these may not be as great as they seem! An offer of a recording contract does NOT indicate that the label or management company will pay for or promote you as an artist. Any advance is just that … an advance against future earnings. These funds may have to pay for studio and recording time, training or equipment and may be claimed back by the company if the artist fails to generate enough sales to cover the advance (YES REALLY!!!!!)

 

No-one can anticipate what the programmers, judges or viewing public really want – if you don’t get through – be philosophical about it – after all, it’s only a competition – there will probably be another show in yet another format next year!

 

 

Little Voices LAMDA Exam Success!

 

 

Little Voices South West London performing arts school has helped students in Putney, Richmond, Wandsworth and Fulham to achieve outstanding results in over three year’s of their London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) examinations. This May, 80 Little Voices children took part in exams graded 1 – 4, the students range from aged 4 to 13 years.

Little Voices already hold an outstanding result reputation with over 99% achieving a distinctions and merits, maintaining an outstanding 100% pass record. And yet again pupils, parents and the team at Little Voices are hoping for another set of outstanding results.

Principal, Ashlea commented: “We are thrilled that our students’ talents have been recognised through these amazing exams and results so far, we are so proud of how hard every child has worked for the last several weeks. Some pupils who have been with us since launching 3 years ago and have worked their way up the grades are now taking part in significantly higher graded and more challenging exams. We cannot wait to hear the results!” she said.

Little Voices have four centres across south west London, Principal Ashlea Pearson and her team of tutors have trained over 250 students in drama and singing, helping them to achieve consistent impressive LAMDA results each year.

Due to a huge growth in demand for our lessons further classes have been scheduled on every evening of the week across the area to offer even more children the opportunity to train with the best and to develop their talents and confidence with Little Voices. Places are filling fast and anyone interested should apply as soon as possible for a Free trial lesson or to reserve a place on our summer performing arts weeks and workshops.

For more information about Little Voices, please contact Ashlea on phone: 07823384992/ Email: SWL@littlevoices.org.uk or visit the website https://www.littlevoices.org.uk

Little Voices’ pupils are set to shine in CBeebies ‘Where in the World?’

Three Little Voices pupils, Luca Walker, Sienna Rosenbaum and Anwar Berry have beaten a large number of auditionees to land voice over parts in a new CBeebies programme called ‘Where in the World? Aimed to help British children develop more cultural awareness of children in different parts of the world, the Little Voices pupils are extremely excited to be part of this new programme set to hit our screens for the next five years.

The programme is set to be aired in May and Ashlea Pearson Little Voices South West London Principal says “I could not be prouder of these three pupils. They deliver outstanding performances in their lessons each week and I know this is only the start of great things to come for them all.” Rhonda Evans (Programme Director) states “The children from Little Voices were delightful to work with and truly professional in that they took direction and delivered the narrative with flair and humour. They certainly rose to the challenge!”

Luca Walker, who took part in the voice over says “I loved working with the CBeebies production company. It was a great experience and I wish I could do it again and again!”

Ashlea Pearson said, “Due to a huge growth in demand for our lessons further classes have been scheduled on every evening of the week across the area to offer even more children the opportunity to train with the best and to develop their talents and confidence with Little Voices. Places are filling fast and anyone interested should apply as soon as possible for a Free trial lesson or to reserve a place on our summer performing arts weeks and workshops.”

 

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Little Voices Wandsworth – Children’s Singing Classes

 Does Your Child Love To Sing?

Would You Like To Take Their Singing and Performance Training To The Next Level?

 

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Whether your child is a complete novice and has never had a singing lesson before or your son/daughter is already attending a weekly stage school and you wish to enhance their current tuition you have found the right place to nurture their singing ability.

Book a Free Trial Lesson before:

12th July!

 

Little Voices Wandsworth provides specialised singing lessons, giving your child specific individual tuition within small group sizes. Our highly qualified tutors are extremely passionate and are determined to work to your child’s individual needs and ability. Our unique lessons build children’s confidence while working specifically towards highly respected and accredited Musical examinations through ‘The London Academy of Dramatic Arts and Music’ as well as yearly performances.

What Age Range Do We Cater For?

Pupils are organised into small groups of pupils according to their friendships within the groups and their ability.

Mini Voices 

Mini Voices lessons are 40 minutes and are designed for 4 to 7 year olds working towards accredited LAMDA introductory Examinations and mini performances.

Performing Arts training is delivered in fun and inspiring lessons to build children’s confidence, communication and social skills from a very early age.

Every Thursday: 4.30pm – 5.10pm at Swaffield Primary School, SW18 3AE

 

 

Little Voices

Little Voices lessons are 50 minutes long and are designed for 8 to 13 year olds organised by age, ability and friendships. One week the pupils have their singing lesson and the next week their drama lesson working on scenes of Musical Theatre for LAMDA Examinations as well as yearly performances.

Every Thursday: 5.10pm – 6pm at Swaffield Primary School, SW18 3AE

 

 

 

 

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Your child can learn:

  • How to sing with clarity, projection and confidence

  • How to over come stage fright

  • How to look after their voice

  • How to prepare for a singing exam, performance or auditions

 

 

Book TWO Free Trials NOW !

*Terms and Conditions apply. You MUST apply by filling in and submitting a Free Trial Lesson Form – click here to apply. This allows us to assess the different abilities of children, ages and friendships for the lesson. It in no way enrols your child into regular lessons.

 

Little Voices Wandsworth – Children’s Drama Lessons

 Does your child love to perform?

Or would you simply like to build their confidence and nurture their development in an enjoyable way?

 

“Our purpose is to help every child reach their potential through inspirational educational drama lessons”

 

Book a Free Trial Lesson before:

Friday 18th January!

 

Little Voices Wandsworth provide fun and inspiring drama lessons for children aged 4 – 7 years, giving your child specific individual tuition within small class sizes. Our highly qualified tutors are extremely passionate and care about each individual child, they are determined to work to your child’s individual needs and ability.  Our unique lessons build children’s confidence, promote social development as well as helping with speech and language development through inspirational, fun lessons. Throughout the year pupils work towards a LAMDA Communication examination as well as a yearly performance.

 

What Age Range Do We Cater For?

Pupils are organised into small groups of pupils according to their friendships within the groups and their ability.

Mini Voices 

Mini Voices lessons are 40 minutes and are designed for 4 to 7 year olds working towards an accredited LAMDA introductory Examination and a mini performance.

Performing Arts training is delivered in fun and inspiring lessons to build children’s confidence, communication and social skills from a very early age.

Every Thursday: 4.30pm – 5.10pm at Swaffield Primary School, SW18 3AE

 

 

Find Out More What Do Our Parents Think? Recent News Term Dates Holiday Theatre Weeks

 

Book A Free Trial NOW !

*Terms and Conditions apply. You MUST apply by filling in and submitting a Free Trial Lesson Form – click here to apply. This allows us to assess the different abilities of children, ages and friendships for the lesson. It in no way enrols your child into regular lessons.