Welcome to our Music Diary page for Voice and Singing

Make a note of these recommended activities in your Music Diary to help with your practice.  We'll be adding new activities regularly to keep you inspired. 

Regular practice will help you get better and better.  The more you play, the more advanced you'll become.

Remember - you're in charge of your practice routine so you can work at your own pace.  Keep working on new pieces or skills until you feel confident with them before moving on to the next challenge.

Click “Additional Activites and Resources” tab to access the Instrumental Update Worksheets to get the most from these activities in your practice.

Posture and Breathing

Posture and Breathing

Mrs Bennett shows you how to prepare so you're ready to practice

Warm Up

Warm Up

A good way to look after your voice is by always warming up properly before you sing. 

Vocal Warm Up

Vocal Warm Up

A simple vocal warm up exercise to prepare for singing

Articulation Warm Up

Articulation Warm Up

Exercises to help you produce clear, crisp words when you sing

Sirening

Sirening

Top tips from Mrs Bennett

In Harmony

In Harmony

A fun video with three Mrs Barbers!  Pupils may like to make their own version or sing along with each part

Voice Beginner Book

A booklet for singers at the beginning of their singing journey to be used in conjuction with lessons

The Lark in the Clear Air

The Lark in the Clear Air

A tutorial with Mrs Barber on a traditional Irish folk song

Wouldn't It be Loverly

Wouldn't It be Loverly

Mrs Barber presents a tutorial on a song from the musical 'Mr Fair Lady':

Reward Chart

Reward Chart

Record your practice by colouring in this chart.  How will you celebrate when you've filled it all in?   

LCM Musical Theatre Exam Checklists

A checklist to aid singers in their preparation for LCM exams

Performance Skills Activities

Our favourite singers make music come alive through their performances.  Use this worksheet to explore how to use your performance skills to make the most of a song.  These activities will help you to express emotion, character and confidence in your singing.

Sight Reading Rhythm Exercises

Use the tips and sheet music to practise and test your sight singing