Natasha Gant BA Hons (Academy Principle)

Natasha Gant is a Performing Artist specialising in Vocal and Performance coaching. Originally classically trained by Royal Academy of Music Alumni David Johntson and James Colclough, she then went on to broaden her trainin at L.I.P.A under leading Voice Practitioners Lise Olsen, Donna Sotto Morretini and Jennifer Johns. 

After graduating with a BA Hons in Performing Arts she then went on to work extensively as both an actress and a singer. As well as touring both internationally and nationally, in shows such as “Mad about the Musicals” and “It's D'lovely”, Natasha has provided workshops and training in singing, acting and musical theatre in Canada, Europe and Norway, and has also worked as a session singer for companies such as 'Universal Music'. Natasha is also a songwriter and has recently signed her first publishing deal for her work.

After unpacking her suitcase and settling in Oxfordshire 7 years ago, Natasha continues to follow her passion providing coaching for both professional and budding performing artists and vocalists. She is passionate about unlocking and working with each new voice she encounters and offers in depth and highly effective vocal tuition from beginners right up to singing teachers wishing to update their training.

Natasha is delighted to have launched Sing Sing Sing Academy and looks forward to helping you have the voice that you LOVE!

“I don't have the words to say how grateful I am for everything you've done for me. I'm afraid that I will never have another singing teacher as good as you.....”  READ MORE

Roxanne Claxton BA HONS

Roxanne began her vocal training at the tender age of 7 years with Stage Coach Derby, as a teenager she trained with leading west end musical theatre singer David Greer. On her successful completion of training at the Royal Scottish Conservatoire, where she trained under leading voice coach Jean Moore. Roxanne has since undergone master class training in Jazz performance and song writing theory under professional Jazz Singer Joan Davis and Composer Andrew Claxton (Dead can dance & Sarah Brightman)" 

A multi disciplinary artist trained by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Roxy received a BA HON degree in Contemporary performance winning the Education award for her dedication to arts education. She then gained an advanced Diploma in Music Business Management. Roxanne has taught both voice and performance for many theatre organizations, private clients and schools. In 2012 she launched her own company Oxford Creative Practice delivering workshops; exhibitions and performances based on her creativity course ‘‘Unlocking your creativity’. She directed, wrote and performed her own show ‘White Rabbit’ at Oxford’s contemporary arts centre The Old Fire Station 2012.

Her band ‘Salon Society’ released their first album ‘Promenade’ through Independent label First Aid Records in 2010. Roxy’s band Salon Society single “Voices” appeared on an American independent film ‘Judas Kiss’. Roxy writes and devises music and performance as a solo artist and collaborator. Drawing upon her professional experience Roxanne mentors students in the early stages of their singing careers developing confidence, vocal skill, performance technique and music business understanding to equip each student to release their full potential


We currently have space for another talented and committed vocal practitioner to join our team. If you fit this description, we would like to hear from you.