Kerry McDunnough BMus, PGDip, LRAM, a professional singer, graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with both a postgraduate diploma in vocal performance and the Academy’s prestigious teaching diploma, LRAM (Distinction). She is very much in demand as a singing teacher for pupils of all ages and abilities. Kerry has taught at Morley College, Arts Education, Merton Music Foundation, Hampstead Fine Arts College, St Martha’s Senior School, and privately. She also works with The Priory Hospital, North London, providing patients with individual and group lessons. Kerry has successfully prepared her students for Associated Board and Trinity exams, musical theatre and classical auditions. She teaches all levels and is DBS/CRB screened. Kerry believes everyone can be taught to sing!
As an actively performing classical singer, Kerry’s past engagements include concert work for the Canadian embassy, opera work for Opera by Definition, concert work with members of the Jools Holland Orchestra, singing at the music festival Secret Garden Party, and several corporate events where venues included the Mandarin Oriental, the Dorchester, Tower Bridge, Sir John Soane’s Museum and the Museum of Brands.
Kerry is available to work with clients in the business sector, run energiser sessions for companies, and form work place choirs. Group workshops and choirs can energise and enhance team spirit. Sessions usually last one hour. Recently Kerry spoke to the Institute of Group Analysis about how music can make a difference to improving wellbeing both temporarily and generally.