About Helen Gallagher and Sing4Life
Helen holds a teaching diploma with distinction from Trinity College London, is an ISM Registered Private Teacher, Member of the Independent Society of Musicians (ISM) and a member of The Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS).
She has been singing publicly since she was 5; singing with choirs; fronting function bands; performing as a session singer in the studio; and sung on live recordings.
From show tunes to arias and small intimate venues to showground arenas; Helen has lots of real-world experience to share with students.
She loves helping singers discover they can do so much more with their voice than they thought and you’ll learn good technique in a relaxed and encouraging environment to help you make the best of your voice and has launched Sing4Life in the UK to cover all aspects of her music teaching.
“I have never been confident in singing and have gone through many teachers trying to find someone I felt comfortable with. I then met Helen and instantly felt supported. I have had lessons with her for a year now and can’t believe my progress. My confidence has grown massively and that’s purely down to Helens encouragement and patience. I will never be able to thank her enough!” [L]
“Helen has the unique gift of never flagging in her efforts to get the best out of a singer. She is unfailingly patient as she supports you. A great help to me, not the most confident of singers. Always enthusiastic, always positive, she can’t help but reflect her own undiminished love of singing. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending her to anyone wanting to improve their technique.” [D]
- whether you are an individual starting out, want to sing for fun want to take exams or want to improve your vocal technique, increase your stamina or learn how to harmonise…
- whether you want to sing in a Classical, Contemporary Rock and Pop or Musical Theatre style
Helen has also worked with:
- people who have certain types of lung conditions (and breathing issues as a result)
- people who have a fear of singing in public
- the elderly; for whom singing has not only brought phsyical health benefits but also enabled them to find community and have fun
- children’s choirs; helping them grow in confidence and lay good musical foundations for the future