GRACE GALLOWAY

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I graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2018 with a BA in Musical Theatre where I won the BA Musical Theatre Graduating Programme Prize and was also the recipient of the Ian Fleming Scholarship Award. Since graduating, I’ve worked on many productions and UK tours and I'm currently in the UK tour of Blood Brothers, playing Donna Marie/Miss Jones. A full bio can be found by clicking the Spotlight link below.

 

Alongside this, I’m an established and experienced vocal coach. I have my Estill Figure Proficiency Certificate and I am the only person in Liverpool registered on the Estill Voice International database. This was completed under the mentorship of Scotland’s only Estill Mentor & Course Instructor, Gillian McLaren Scott. I am also a qualified Vocal Health First Aider. 

I have worked in many schools and colleges around the North West, including The Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, Nazene Danielle's Dance Dynamix, The Pauline Quirk Academy, Razzamataz schools and I’m a longstanding freelance practitioner for The Liverpool Empire Theatre's Creative Learning Department. I am currently teaching singing at the newly opened Mountview Academy in Manchester and continue to do this weekly. Most of my 1 to 1 prospective drama school students are now at some of the UK’s top institutions including Arts Ed, Mountview, Italia Conti, Bird College and Guilford School of Acting.

My passion lies in making science based methods accessible for those with more creative brains, like myself, who perhaps struggle with academic, old school techniques. I make sessions fun and relatable, and teach clients to really understand what is happening with their voice, which subsequently achieves results. Whether you're looking to, fix an ongoing problem with your voice, brush up on vocal technique, get into drama school, explore a new hobby, or just have a good old cathartic sing song, book in for your first session today, and find your voice with me.