Express yourself through the language of music.
Noga Ritter BMus MA
Vocal/Song Writing Teacher
Noga Ritter is a singer/song writer and workshop leader. Originally from Israel, she has lived in Europe for the last few years; studying her BA at The London Centre of Contemporary Music and MA in Music Leadership at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Noga has performed with various projects in a wide range of musical styles such as: World Music, Jazz, gospel, contemporary and more. She performs regularly with her band VOCAL GLOBAL and with The Mike King Collective. Noga has also worked with The Grand Union Orchestra, Abdoulaye Samb and Minnjiaraby, Jyotsna Srikanth and many more.
Alongside performing, Noga shares her passion for music through education. She teaches singing in schools and privately, leads choirs and facilitates workshops in various community settings: including working with people with learning disabilities, homeless people and refugees.
Noga works regularly for Live Music Now, performing and leading workshops at SEN schools and care homes for the elderly. Noga is one of the facilitators at Music Action International (formerly Musicians Without Borders) facilitating songwriting workshops for children. Noga leads the choir for Chelsea Quavers. PreviouslyNoga taught singing for Barking Music service and Stratford School Academy.
Teaching is an integral part of my artistic practice; it inspires me, challenges me and is very rewarding.
Working with the voice is a real passion of mine. Each student requires a unique way of teaching in order to help develop their voice to its full potential and to be able to express themselves in a way that is both authentic and rewarding. Finding that unique approach for every student is what really excites me about voice coaching and when students realise their improvement and their potential whilst enjoying the learning process.