The Voice Dojo helps singers develop greater vocal coordination, flexibility, consistency, strength and stamina using functional singing training.
This work connects singers more deeply with their own unique vocal instruments. This brings freer and more joyful singing, aligning singers with their artistic goals and helping them to sing the music they want to sing.
The Voice Dojo follows the principles of Somatic Voicework™, a powerful method of training singers that involves developing their somatic (physical) awareness and aural (listening) skills, while integrating all aspects of the singer: their voice, body, emotions and mind.
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The Voice Dojo singing teacher Tom Barton is a singer with over 20 years’ experience performing, recording and composing musical styles including jazz, pop, blues, soul, folk, rock, electronic, improvised and experimental musics.
Over the past decade, Tom has taught singing to adults, teens and children, professional musicians, music university students, and all kinds of people who want to enrich their lives by deepening their study of singing.
Tom has performed in bands, solo, and in choirs, for original music projects, high-level corporate events, weddings, festivals, concert halls, studio sessions, on Australian and international tours, on TV and on national radio, and in collaboration with jazz and pop artists, composers and electronic producers. Tom’s own original music is critically acclaimed for his strong vocal performances and his unique artistic voice.
Tom holds a Bachelor of Music Performance – Improvisation, Voice (Hons.) from the Victorian College of the Arts. He has undergone extensive voice pedagogy training, including being certified in all three levels of Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method.