Michael Hill is a London-based voice coach, singer and freelance BBC broadcaster, with a particular interest in voice science and its practical applications for expressive speaking and singing. His vocal coaching has embraced a wide range of different performers and styles – from teaching singing and accents to TV actors, coaching West End singers, helping lawyers with public speaking and even training international metalcore bands to grunt safely on tour! He teaches vocal technique, performance and vocal health at Europe’s largest contemporary music college, BIMM. Michael is also one of only a handful of people in the UK to have completed the prestigious Authorised Teacher course from the Complete Vocal Institute in Denmark, one of the world’s largest voice research institutes. He has given voice masterclasses for a variety of respected institutions, such as the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Clinical Excellence Networks within the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.
Rósa Björg Ómarsdóttir
Rósa Björg Ómarsdóttir is an Icelandic singer and voice coach based in Copenhagen. Alongside her colleague, Michael Hill she runs The Voice Hub, providing workshops for actors, singers and businesses in the UK, Ireland and Scandinavia. They have coached a number of actors with major screen and stage credits, including Game of Thrones (HBO), Babylon (Channel 4) and Hebburn (BBC2), plus stage credits with the National Theatre, the National Theatre of Scotland and Cockpit Theatre. Current collaborations include workshops for the Tron Theatre (Tron 100 club) in Glasgow and the Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Performance credits include work with the Austurbaer Theatre in Reykjavík, the Icelandic Musician´s Union and BBC Scotland/BBC Alba.