Stuart Clarke Vocal Studio

A singing teacher for Singing Lessons in Auckland – With more than 25 years experience in singing, NO voice is untrainable!

Stuart Clarke is the driving force behind Vocal training in NZ delivering a revolutionary vocal training technique that maximizes your vocal abilities in any style of singing. From Opera to Rock; Jazz to Pop or R&B, recognised Performers are using this technique to perfect their vocal presence and empower their voices. Singing Lessons are available in Person at his Studio in Parnell, Auckland or Via Skype.

Stuart has spent all of his life Singing, this drove him to explore and understand all the different techniques on offer. His journey started with the same techniques used by Michael Jackson, Hayley Williams of Paramore, Taylor swift, Stevie Wonder and over 120 other grammy award winners! At his studio in Los Angeles he was able to observe Seth teach and listen to one of the Top Vocal Coaches in the world. Seth taught Barbara Streisand and Michael Jackson. His technique has been used by over 120 grammy award winners.
Stuart travelled to lessons with Seth Riggs in the USA for 4 years, and after joining his organisation as teacher, was invited to work at their Summer Camp in LA. Sharon spent 10 years in the Speech Level Singing organisation becoming the highest accredited teacher for them in the southern hemisphere and the only teacher in NZ.
He was also appointed the Education Advisory Board Member representing New Zealand for Speech Level Singing (SLS), helping local teachers with workshops and arranging overseas guest teachers to visit and support the SLS group in New Zealand.

He explored a wider options and become involved with VIP headed by Dave Stroud. Visiting his studios in Los Angeles and becoming,
the first Accredited VIP teacher in New Zealand.

Since then he has also worked with the IVTOM (International Voice Teachers of Mix) and was appointed- Teacher Mentor for NZ

Her extensive travelling and study makes him well aware of the different approaches offered by teachers and schools and allows him to draw from these different approaches to find a solution to his students singing problems.