Vocals, Music Production.
Madalene Carol Chan is an internationally renowned vocalist (having performed as Maddee, Madeleine and Darshan) with extensive experience in voice coaching and teaching the art of song writing. She studied vocal teaching, song writing, musical performance and art history with the Berklee College of Music (USA), the Open University (UK) and the University of Oslo (Norway). Madalene was privately instructed by famous voice coach Tona de Brett (who’s list of other former pupils includes Lily Allen, Dido, Seal, Duffy, Adam Ant, Ozzy Osborne, Matt Bianco, Paul Young, Billie Piper, Depeche Mode, All Saints, Bananarama, Johnny Rotten, Tears for Fears, Stone Temple Pilots, Thompson Twins and many more stage celebrities). She was one of the original members of the 90s UK hit band ‘Steps’, supported other artists on tour and went on to have a successful solo career; she reached top positions in dance and club music charts with her hit single ‘Follow Love’, which she co-wrote. Madalene was the first ever foreign act to win a Malta Music Award, in 2010, and she supported Peter Andre at the 2013 edition. She appears regularly at music concerts and festivals across Europe and Japan. After making good on an invitation by the BBC to give an in-house concert at the Golders Green Hippodrome Studios, Madalene was asked to return for a recording session at the BBC Maida Vale studios. Over the years she has been a frequent guest on radio programmes, promoting music and discussing developments in the music industry. Madalene offers a bespoke programme for vocalists and songwriters (from novice to advanced levels), which can include preparation for RSL or similar vocal performance exams and the professional recording of your work.
|Refreshers' course (10 hours)||£250|
|Full programme (30 hours)||£600|
|Extended Programme (50 hours)||£875|
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