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About Bristol Voice Care

Dedicated to enhancing vocal health and performance

Vision and mission

Our approach to vocal health

Here at Bristol Voice Care, we believe in a holistic, person-centred approach to vocal health. The health of our voices is directly connected to the strength and vitality of our bodies and minds. We use a biopsychosocial philosophy of care, meaning that your overall physical health, mental wellbeing and personal circumstances are considered when supporting you on your vocal journey.

We provide a safe and supportive space for you to explore your vocal needs and ambitions. We value your knowledge and experience as the expert on your own voice. Our role is to facilitate your journey of vocal rediscovery, with an emphasis on judgment-free listening and respect.

With expertise in a range of personalised, holistic strategies we provide bespoke programmes of rehabilitation and training. Our work is supported by several professional memberships and affiliations, providing access to the most up-to-date research and best-practice in voice care. We are proud to be part of the voice care centre referral network, ensuring you have access to a multidiscipline team of specialists should the need arise.

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Bristol Voice Care is where your voice finds its true potential

Find out more about Jenna


I have always loved to sing and have been nurtured and supported by many wonderful teachers and coaches. I am lucky to enjoy a varied musical life performing as a soloist in concert, oratorio, recital and increasingly on the opera stage. As a choral singer I have worked with groups big and small, performing both in the UK and internationally. My media work includes session recording, and broadcasting for Radio & Television and I always enjoy collaborating with artists across all creative disciplines to present immersive arts experiences. I continue to work regularly as a soloist in concert and oratorio across the UK and as a consort singer in the South West of England.

Experience, Qualifications and Research
I began my musical career at Bristol Cathedral, as the Dean’s Chorister and a music scholar at The Cathedral School. I was awarded a scholarship to study vocal performance at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and later went on to read Theology at Cambridge University where I also sang as a choral scholar in the choir of Gonville and Caius College. I went on to train as a Secondary School teacher and was later a postgraduate student at Oxford University researching inclusive education. I have an MA in voice pedagogy from the Voice Study Centre and University of Wales Trinity St David, where my research focused on exploring the use of imagery in voice rehabilitation. I am continuing this research on a PhD at University College London under the supervision of Professor Graham Welch and Professor Evangelos Himonides.

As an early career researcher, I present my work at a variety of UK and International conferences, including The International Congress of Voice Teachers, The International Symposium of Performance Science, The National Symposium of Singing, The London Conference of Critical Thought (organising committee), Conference of Body Music and Mind, The Vocal Health Education Conference, The International Symposium on Teaching Singing, The European Association of Music in Schools, and The Association of Teachers of Singing (South West Area Representative).

I have written numerous articles for publication, including for peer review in The Journal of Voice, Voice And Speech Review, Australian Voice, and Frontiers. I continue to be fascinated by the human voice and love exploring its possibilities with clients and in research.

Voice Rehabilitation, Coaching and Mentoring
As well as individual and choral teaching and coaching, I offer consultancy on inclusive education working with Vocal health Education to produce their certificate of inclusive practice. Having worked as a professional tutor on PGCE courses with Bristol University, Bath Spa University, Bath University, The University of the West of England and the Open University, I now work as a tutor and lecturer providing teacher training and coaching, professional development courses, and inclusive music education consultancy. This includes as a professional mentor on the ESTA/University of Chichester PGcert in vocal teaching. In recognition of my educational work, I have become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

I continue to combine professional performance engagements with a thriving private practice as a vocal health specialist. I provide vocal rehabilitation, vocal manual therapy (also known as laryngeal massage) teaching and coaching for professional and amateur singers, actors and public speakers. I run choral workshops with a focus on healthy vocal performance and am a conductor at Bristol Youth Choir and resident vocal coach for Exultate Singers. I also provide coaching and mentoring for conductors on how they can work with and support singers in their groups. As well as private clients, I am experienced working in a clinical setting as a vocal health specialist singing teacher (Bristol Children’s Hospital) and voice rehabilitation specialist within multidisciplinary voice clinics.

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Meet your vocal health specialist

Jenna Brown is a highly regarded and experienced vocal teacher, specialising in vocal health. As a professional classical singer, qualified voice rehabilitation specialist and choral vocal coach, she has a range of complementary skills built on a foundation of voice research, extensive professional qualifications and real-word experience in the music industry.

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“Over the last year through our work together my vocal confidence, technique and ability has totally shifted. I couldn’t have expected to feel in such a strong place to be able to perform 2 and 3 show days for an extended period.”

Professional actor/singer voice care client

“Jenna’s precision and detail have supported each session to focus on what I personally need to consider, tailoring each session to what is needed.”

Professional actor/singer voice care client

Explore our three core services: voice rehabilitation, manual therapy, and vocal coaching, designed to nurture, heal, and empower voices of all levels, from novices to seasoned professionals.

Voice Rehabilitation

Rediscover strength with voice rehabilitation.

Vocal massage

Heal and harmonise with manual therapy.

Singing teaching, coaching and practitioner mentoring

Cultivate your singing, find your voice.

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Begin with a discovery call, your first step towards vocal revitalisation. In this personalised session, we’ll explore your unique vocal needs and map out a path to enhance and recover your voice. Connect today to initiate your transformative vocal journey.

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