Singing Lessons

Ever wanted to be a singer?
Do you sometimes turn on the radio and sing along?
Have you ever dreamed of singing in front of people?
Would you would like to be able to sing better?
We’ll give you the confidence to do just that.

If you want to sing your favourite songs in a fun learning environment then look no further!


Tuition held in Dublin 2, city centre.

Learn with a qualified and experienced professional singer!

Jennifer is a versatile experienced singer having fronted one of the most sought after covers bands in Ireland since the age of 16. Over the past 13 years Jen has gained extensive experience and knowledge, both live and in the studio, singing with various bands in venues such as Vicar Street, The Sugar Club, Whelans, The Button Factory…
Jen  graduated from a four year Commercial Modern Music degree in BIMM Dublin. She has developed her technique and teaching skills through the vocal module lead by Tine Verbeke.
Jen also spent time tutoring students from a variety of schools and youth centres. She is currently a gigging musician as well as a writing and performing artist as Jen Jermane.

Katie  won the Royal Irish Academy Higher Achiever award for excellent results in Grade 8 classical singing.
She got a Bachelor of Music degree with Honors and Senior Grades in classical piano with the Royal Irish Academy of Music and in classical ballet at Royal Academy of Dance of Ireland.
Katie has been singing with many choirs.
She won the Llangollen Choir Of The World competition 2015 as part of the Maynooth University Chamber Choir.
Katie sang with award-winning multi platinum singer songwriter Father Liam Lawton in Sacred Heart Church Arles in 2017.
Over the last few years, Katie has been teaching both children and adults either in private or in groups and in various styles.

Do you sing and speak properly? 
Most people talk directly from the throat but don’t realise that this can eventually damage their vocal chords. Through vocal exercises and diaphragmatic breathing it is easy to turn this around. Not only singers can benefit from it but also public speakers and managers.

More than singing correctly, using the diaphragm means longer and more sustained singing and speaking ability. Correct breathing techniques ultimately giving you a better pitch and ear for music.

Keyboard and Piano Lessons in Dublin 2