Since the outbreak of Covid 19, Paul has been successfully working online with singers from all over the world, and also advising teachers wishing to ‘upskill’ or discuss their teaching methods and practice during this period.
To enquire about an online appointment please use the contact button on this site.
Following the successful launch of Paul Farrington Voiceworks courses in July 20 & 21, new dates are now open for the next Masterclass and Singing Teachers Course in July 2022. Limited places available.
Full details can be found at paulfarringtonvoiceworks.org
Paul Farrington is one of the world’s leading Classical Voice teachers and Vocal ‘troubleshooters’, and works with some of the world’s foremost names in opera, concert and musical theatre.
Following a career as a classically trained tenor, he was among the first to be awarded a Vanguard license by Jo Estill, enabling him to teach her Estill Voice Training™ model worldwide.
Paul is currently vocal consultant to the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, New National Theatre Tokyo and Göteborgs Operan in Sweden, & Charles Wood Summer School Northern Ireland. He also regularly gives masterclasses around the world, including a series of live-to-air masterclasses on Operación Triunfo on Spanish television.
Among his latest major projects Paul was vocal coach and music director on the movie ‘Quartet’ Directed by Dustin Hoffman and which was released in Jan 2013, & Music Consultant and coach to the Oscar nominated film production of ‘The Theory of Everything’ for Cosmos/Working Title Films, released in Jan 2014, more recently Paul was Opera Consultant to Series 4 of ‘The Crown’ & Opera coach on Netflix new blockbuster ‘Bridgerton’ and has just completed work for Sky movies on ‘A Town called Malice’ currently in production.
Paul was Professor of Opera and Vocal Pedagogy at the KhiO, Norwegian National Academy of the Arts from 2014-2020, & maintains his regular teaching studio live in Central London and online.
In his spare time, Paul enjoys Pilates, Yoga, Cooking, Fine wines and Theatre, though not necessarily in that order !