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How to Increase Your Vocal Range

Practical skills to help you access your full range 

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Are you limiting your vocal choices because you “haven’t got the range” or you’re unsure how to beat the break in your voice? 


What would it mean to you to be able to easily bridge and access your full range, including both high and low notes? 


In this practical workshop, we will explore range in the context of Estill Voice Training - a scientific, evidence-based system for vocal development - and apply the Estill figures for True Vocal Folds, Head and Neck Anchoring, Thyroid Cartilage and Larynx Control together with the Siren.


This innovative approach will help you take a fresh look at concepts like chest voice, head voice and “mix” by encouraging you to find the best possible larynx position for every pitch in your range.


Starting to build a reliable, efficient and sustainable pitch mechanism will enable accurate intonation and easy-access to your full range, freeing you up to focus on the emotional quality of your performance. It will also have positive implications for vocal health.


The session is a safe space for exploration with some opportunities for individual coaching throughout the session (but there's no pressure to participate!).


Saturday 13 May 2023

2:00 pm to 5:00 pm UK


Online (Zoom)



How to register

Book online by clicking your choice of date below:

  • 13 May 2023 (Cancelled) >


What you'll learn

  • How your voice works with an overview of the Estill Model, including vocal anatomy and physiology

  • Explore and begin to coordinate true vocal folds, thyroid cartilage, larynx height and head and neck anchoring

  • Strategies for tension release before voicing

  • How to overcome breaks in the voice

  • How to sing high and low notes with ease

  • How to use consonants for easy pitching

  • Effective options for vocal cool downs



This 3-hour workshop will be offered from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm UK time on the following date:


Online (Zoom)


Who it's for

This workshop is perfect for anyone who wants to learn more about how the voice works and begin to develop practical skills for accessing their full range with minimal effort. It is especially useful for singers, choral directors and voice teachers. It would also be of interest to speech and language therapists who wish to learn more about singing.


£50 per person


About Estill Voice Training

Estill Voice Training (EVT) is a scientific, evidence-based system for vocal development. It is a life-changing approach that can help you become a stronger and more emotional performer by giving you effective tools to improve your craft. With EVT, simple everyday sounds are used to identify structures in the larynx and in the vocal tract (i.e. throat, mouth and nose). These are then trained in detail to give conscious, predictable and reliable control of your voice. 

About the trainer

Stefan Holmström, MFA and Estill Master Trainer (EMT), is a professional opera singer and voice teacher. Following a career performing at Glyndebourne, Grange Park Opera, Opera Holland Park and as a member of the Phantom of the Opera Company at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, Stefan offers expert vocal training and workshops to a wide range of singers and speakers from his studio in central Brighton. He has also taught at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and at Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London. 

How to register

Book online by clicking your chosen date below:


If you have any questions, please contact Stefan.

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Interested in one-to-one sessions?

Stefan offers vocal coaching to singers, speakers and vocal professionals who want to explore Estill Voice Training's 13 Figures for Voice and the 6 Voice Qualities, including EFP prep and private tutorials of the entire Estill Level 1 and 2 curriculum.

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