Lorraine Mahoney 

Estill Master Trainer (Estill Voice Training), CT ABRSM, ATCL, MISM

  • Music educator for 30yrs. Former students have gone on to success at institutes including Arts Ed, Italia Conti, Mountview, Royal College of Music, Salisbury Playhouse and Chichester University.
  • Current post at WAVDA - University of Wales Trinity Saint David - Vocal Anatomy & Physiology for BMus students and 1:1 Singing lessons for BA & MA Musical Theatre students.  
  • Has worked with a wide demographic of professional singers, including those with West End and professional operatic backgrounds. Lorraine has taught across a range of musical styles, including jazz, musical theatre, opera and pop. 
  • Has professional speech and language therapeutic experience, sectors in which she is active in Wiltshire, providing support and advice for a local hospital Speech & Language departments. 
  • Experienced performer including Musical Theatre roles as leading lady - Calamity Jane (Calamity Jane), Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz), Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady), Julie Jordan (Carousel), and Maria (West Side Story). 
  • She has been in demand as a recitalist and Soprano Soloist for Oratorio works across England and has won noted national singing competitions.
  • Lorraine has performed professionally in Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Gibraltar and the United Kingdom.
  • Qualified as an Estill Master Trainer in May 2020 (with Charlotte Xerri from Voice Your Potential) and welcomes enquiries from professional performers and voice users, together with undergraduates looking to embark on a professional career in performing arts and other voice areas.
  • Contemporary Musical Theatre, Legit, Classical or Contemporary Commercial Music – Lorraine can offer an ‘outside ear’ with 1:1 coaching. 
  • Experienced Choral MD - Is your MD looking for a voice that will blend well in ensemble work? Do you want to work on your Speech, Belt, Opera, Twang or Mix? Get in touch today for a chat.

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is

 always to try just one more time” – Thomas A Edison


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