Andrew trying to solve Elgar’s enigma
Andrew Padmore has had great experience as a singing teacher, with hundreds of pupils gaining ABRSM grades and diplomas with distinction. In recent years his teaching has been mainly at Grade 8 and diploma level, with dozens of students gaining ARSM, DipABRSM, LRSM, FRSM, ATCL, LTCL and FTCL qualifications. Having taught in Conservatoires, he has also coached many students for degree and postgraduate qualifications.
Much of his current teaching is in preparation for Choral Scholarships to Oxford and Cambridge and other Universities, as well as for further study at Music Conservatoires – RAM, RCM, RBC, RCS, RNCM etc.
He also teaches adults – professional singers and amateurs. He coaches opera singers, recitalists and other singing teachers. He was a singing tutor for the CT.ABRSM professional development course for Singing teachers, and has had papers published on various aspects of singing teaching. Students regularly travel from great distances around the country and even from Europe for individual lessons.
Repertoire taught is mainly Classical – German Lieder, French Melodie and English Song, Oratorio and Opera