Debbie Prince PgDip(Dist), PGCE, BMus(Hons). After completing a BMus(Hons) Degree at Huddersfield University, Debbie gained a PGCE (Post-Graduate Certificate of Education) from Manchester Metropolitan University. She taught full time and then as Head of the Voice and Curriculum department at Oldham Music Service where she directed the Oldham Boys AND Girls Choirs. Debbie has worked with various other choral organizations and smaller ensembles. Her groups perform at a variety of prestigious events and establishments. Most recently, one of her Junior Choirs won a Special Performance Award at the National Festival of Music for Youth after singing at Birmingham Symphony Hall.
In 2010, Debbie completed, with Distinction, a PgDip (Post-Graduate Diploma) in Opera and Vocal Studies at the Birmingham Conservatoire. Since then, she has carved out a varied career. Her teaching work covers all levels and she is in much demand as a leader of choral workshops, vocal masterclasses, adjudicating and inset training for teachers. She also conducts two corporate groups for the Hallé.
As well as curriculum music, Debbie also teaches ABRSM Grades in Singing, Piano and Theory, also Trinity and London College of Music, Music Theatre examinations.
As a performer, Debbie has established herself as a popular, entertaining and informed artist. She directs and sings as part of female vocal trio The Ooh-Olive-Aahs. As a soloist, she has regular professional engagements mainly in Oratorio and Concert work, Corporate Events and lighter musical repertoire.
Debbies versatility as a performer is a rare talent which makes her a unique and gifted artiste. She has recorded two independent CDs. A Classical album entitled At Last and a Jazz album Maybe, You Know.
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