My name is Victoria Bourne. I'm a professional singer and teacher based in the UK. Whether you're an absolute beginner, aspiring intermediate or advanced singer, I have a lesson for you.  

I am musically educated to Masters level at the University of Bristol and a qualified teacher who completed and passed a two year post graduate teaching qualification in higher education from Kings College London. (Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice) as well as holding with distinction the Associate of Trinity College London (ATCL). I am a member of the Musician's Union and Association of Teachers of Singing and have completed the NSPCC Child Protection course. 

I have 20 years of vocal teaching experience in theatres, music shops, universities, schools in community based workshops (CRB checked) and privately. I am comfortable teaching a wide variety of musical styles (including jazz, blues, music theatre, classical, pop, flamenco, rock and much more) and am also happy to teach the theory of music.  

I have been a vocal student of Jo Morton (classical, blues and music theatre), Carol Grimes (jazz), Nick Able (Indian Konnakol), Sarah Walker (classical) and Rosemary Hardy (contemporary classical) and I am the musical director of the Bristol Hippodrome Choir. I continue to perform professionally. I have a wealth of knowledge and singing teaching methods at my fingertips.  

Lessons are held in my vocal studio at The Unitarian Meeting Hall in Brunswick Square BS2 8PE.  

All ages and levels catered for in a relaxed and encouraging environment. 

For one to one lessons contact me via this website or give me a ring on my phone
0758 207 3304 to arrange a lesson. 

You can also join the Bristol Hippodrome Choir to experience singing in a group.






0758 207 3304  

MA Music, ATCL (Distinction)
PGCap (Professional teaching qualification)

Member of Association of Singing Teachers  

Musicians Union  

NSPC Child Protection Course