VOCAL COACH / TALENT COACH / WORKSHOP LEADER / COMPOSER / CHORAL DIRECTOR / SINGER / SONGWRITER
James Broxton is a highly sought after teacher, talent coach and professional performer with over 15 years experience. Based in the United Kingdom, James has taught students all across the world. James’ love of teaching has led him to work with an array of musicians and performers internationally, including Amir Wilson (His Dark Materials - BBC One/ HBO), who became one of the longest running Simba's on London's West End. He has also taught and worked with singers and performers who have gained places in the top training schools in the United Kingdom such as Arts Ed, Guildford School of Acting, Bird, Urdang, LIPA, Bristol Old Vic and Trinity and Laban.
BBC & HBO'S 'His Dark Materials', The Secret Garden & Simba Disneys Lion King West End
I was lucky enough to have worked with James when I was younger and is the reason I am where I am today. James isn’t only a tutor, but a friend who will support you throughout anything you do!
''The experience I have had with James as my singing tutor has been absolutely phenomenal. The hard work and dedication he puts into his job in addition to his professionalism are aspects of his character that shine through in every lesson. He is unquestionably such a lovely, and motivational human being, and I can confidently say that if I didn’t have a teacher such as him as an influence, I would not have improved as much as I did, and it is my understanding that his willingness to help his students thrive speaks volumes about his character and teaching method.''
— Max Patsiogiannis (Arts Ed 3 Year BA Course)
"I have been singing with James for about 16 months now. When I first started I was very nervous and would quite often stare at the floor. I had very little self confidence and had quite a negative opinion of my own singing voice. I had a small range and would constantly sing the same repertoire of songs.
16 months on, I have grown in confidence so much. I thoroughly look forward to my singing lessons every week and I find them a real positive release, especially during these tough times. I have extended my range so much and have such a wide repertoire of songs now.
Singing with James always puts a smile on my face and it is great fun! Thank you so much James for giving me back the confidence that I lost."
- Hannah (Teacher)
WHY MUSIC IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL..
"Music is the universal language of Mankind."
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
"Music, once admitted to the soul, becomes a sort of spirit, and never dies."
"I don't sing because I'm happy; I'm happy because I sing!"
"There is music in the air, music all around us; the world is full of it, and you simply take as much as you require."