Kerry McDunnough
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Singing For All

Technique - Fun - Wellbeing


About Kerry


‘Singing for All ’, is a small organisation with big ambitions to improve lives through singing. ‘Singing for All ’ does just that: providing singing tuition for individuals, groups and teams of all levels and abilities, enabling students to sing confidently, develop voice techniques and enjoy the power of the human voice. Kerry believes that through a supportive, encouraging, and positive approach everyone can not only learn to sing but they will also benefit both physically and mentally from the positive ‘side effects’ singing has, in particular when singing in groups (evidenced by formal research.) About 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).

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 has taught at various educational establishments such as Morley College, Arts Education, Merton Music Foundation, Hampstead Fine Arts College, St Martha’s Senior School, and privately. She has successfully prepared students for Associated Board and Trinity exams, musical theatre and classical auditions. Kerry works with The Priory Hospital, North London, providing patients with individual and group lessons. She also provides short talks on how music and singing can make a difference to improving wellbeing both in the immediate and more permanently. Corporate clients, such as Kew Gardens, Chelsea Physic Garden, and Battersea Power Station, have enjoyed Kerry’s expertise, energiser sessions for teams, and work place choirs.


Frequently Asked Questions



Do you think I can learn to sing?

Everyone can learn to sing!


What ability level do you teach?

Classes are available for all age groups and abilities, from absolute beginners to established professional singers.


Am I too old to learn to sing or to join a group?

Student ages range from 18 to 90+ years.


Are you screened by the DBS/CRB (criminal records)?

Yes, I and teachers are DBS/CRB screened.


Does singing have other benefits than learning to sing?

Group workshops and choirs energise, de-stress and enhance team spirit.


Is it a problem that I cannot read music?

You do not need to read music to sing in our groups.


I am worried that I am too shy to join a singing group. Will I be able to cope?

Singing is a great way to build confidence, meet friends, and feel better!