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Introduction to Estill Voice Training

Practical solutions for singing, speaking and teaching

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Come and see what your voice can do! This interactive, playful workshop covers all the big ideas of the Estill Model and offers lots of inspiration and practical solutions for your own singing, speaking and teaching.


We will explore the 13 figures for voice and also the 6 voice qualities: Speech, Falsetto, Sob, Twang, Opera and Belt.  


It's a safe space for exploration with opportunities for individual coaching throughout the session (but there's no pressure to participate!). At the end there will be a chance to ask questions.  


Estill Voice Training offers speakers and singers solutions to realise their full vocal potential (e.g. overcoming breaks in the voice, controlling dynamics and vibrato, increasing range, belting safely and more). It’s a scientific approach with emphasis on training structures of the voice in isolation for maximum artistic freedom.

What you'll learn

  • Vocal anatomy, physiology and function of the voice

  • The concepts of effort and attractor states in the Estill Model

  • Opportunity for individual coaching and expert feedback

  • An overview of the Estill Model, including exploration of all 13 Estill figures for voice and the 6 Estill voice qualities


Saturday 21 September 2024

2:00 pm to 6:00 pm UK

Saturday 18 January 2025

2:00 pm to 6:00 pm UK

Saturday 12 April 2025

2:00 pm to 6:00 pm UK


Online (Zoom)



Early bird: £60 (see booking page for details)

How to register

Book online by clicking your choice of date below:



This 4-hour workshop will be offered from 2:00 pm to

6:00 pm UK time on the following dates:

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Online (Zoom). Please note that the session may be recorded.


Who it's for

Anyone who wants to learn more about how the voice works. It is especially helpful for those who use their voices professionally and want to improve their craft through practice and training (e.g. singers of all genres, actors, voice teachers, choral directors, speech and language therapists, public speakers, etc.).  


This workshop is also excellent as preparation for one-to-one voice sessions with a certified Estill instructor or as a chance to dip your toe before committing to an Estill Level 1 and 2 course.


£75 per person

Early bird: £60 per person if booked early, usually one month before the date of the workshop. Please see the booking page for details.

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.

Register for Introduction to Estill Voice Traning
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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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