About Us

Vocal Vitality was created by Australian born singer Susan Garrett, who has over 25 years performing and teaching experience.  She is also now an Estill Master Trainer.


Vocational qualifications include:

  • Estill Master Trainer July 2019
  • Bachelor of Music Degree – Goldsmiths College London
  • Postgraduate Performance Diploma in Voice- Trinity College of Music London
  • Elizabeth Schumann Lieder Prize
  • CT ABRSM Teaching Certificate
  • Music in Prisons – Britten Pears
  • Workshop Leading – Sing for Pleasure
  • Choir Conducting – Sing for Pleasure
  • Currently studying to become a Certified Estill Voice Teacher

Her performance experience varies from song recitals, concerts and opera in London and the South East of England where she has sung lead roles in operas including Carmen, Marriage of Figaro, Cosi Fan Tutte to name a few.

She has also sung for a variety of music charities such as Music in Hospitals and Live Music Now and performed concerts in care homes in the South East.

Susan Garrett

Singing Teaching and Singing Academy

We have a passion for helping people of all ages improve their voices and enjoy singing.

We teach good vocal technique and help boost your confidence in you voice.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have about Singing Lessons, Singing Academy or Singing for Seniors.

We look forward to helping you achieve your singing goals.

We also have links with Lewisham Voice Clinic which can help with a variety of vocal issues.

Singing for Seniors

Susan worked for two years with the Alzheimer’s Society as a Singing for the Brain leader and has also worked with Music in Hospitals, Live Music Now and Sing for your Life. She is aware of what is going on in the field of music and dementia research, such as the Music Reawakening report by Arts 4 Dementia and the launch of the recent report on Music and Dementia.  She is also a Dementia Friends Champion, and continues to run singing workshops in care homes as well as offer a training programme and resources to various care facilities, so that more people can benefit from the positive things that regular access to music can bring.

We believe in the power of music to improve the overall wellbeing of the person with dementia as part of their daily care plan.