Lydia Flock is an exceptional vocal coach, published researcher, and social media expert. She was endorsed for the prestigious Global Talent Visa (under Exceptional Promise Criteria) by Arts Council England.
Her latest research, Freedom of the Singing Voice: An Exploration of the Mind-Body Connection, Performance Anxiety and Confidence through Methods of Fitzmaurice Voicework, Organic Intelligence, and Ziva Meditation, was published in the peer-reviewed academic journal Voice and Speech Review.
She holds an MA in Music Theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and a BA from the University of Virginia (BA in Drama, with honours). She also trained at Ithaca College's BFA Musical Theatre programme.
When she isn't coaching, Lydia works at the Voice Care Centre in London, offering Vocal Massage for vocal health maintenance and vocal rehabilitation.
Lydia is committed to giving her students (or Flockstars) top level technique based on voice science and latest research in a digestible and enjoyable format.
Five years ago, Lydia almost gave up performance due to the crippling effects of stress and performance anxiety.
Thankfully, she found another way out.
She has spent the last five years reformatting her stress responses, reclaiming her confidence & joy, and maximising creative flow.
And thus, Flockstars was born.
FLOCKSTARS is a vocal coaching company founded by voice practitioner, researcher, and all around voice nerd, Lydia Flock.
Through Lydia's personal experience and voice research at Central, she created her holistic, confidence building approach to speaking and singing training.
Those who join the flock are officially anointed "flockstars", voice users who commit to cultivating confident creative experiences, no matter who you are or where you come from.
FLOCK is Lydia's surname, but in the land of
The FLOCK Flow, it stands for:
Flockstars addresses the whole person from the inside out. Using your voice should be enjoyable. And if you aren't enjoying yourself, what's the point?
Trained and certified in helping someone on the path of vocal recovery, either by guided self-management or sign-posting to further support, whether that is specialist vocal rehabilitation coaching or clinical treatment.
Encouraging the highest standards of the vocal art and of ethical principles in the teaching of singing.
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