Coaching and Mentoring for Singing Teachers and Choral Directors​

A mentor is someone who can help to guide you in your career. This may mean giving advice on career structure and development, or it could be pointing you towards resources and information. I can also give personally tailored tutorials on any subject related to voice pedagogy – you provide the questions and I’ll do my best to find the answers.

I am a fully qualified personal coach and mentor, and I am a member of the Association for Coaching.

If you are interested in finding out more, please send me a message through the Contact section of this website.

Don’t just read what I say – what do other people say?

Please can I say how helpful your mentoring session was with me back in November, and in unexpected directions. The focus on awareness, being present and mindful in teaching/direction situations and preparation has really helped get results, and gave me more energy than usual in the busy Christmas season.”
Dr Tim Williams, Director of Music, St Wulfram’s 
Church, Grantham

“Jenevora is a wonderful coach. She is realistic, conscientious and patient.  She helps you to understand your goals and assists you in finding your own solutions. She is very personable and her kind nature helps to put you at ease with your aspirations. She instills confidence and clarity, helping individuals develop in their desired area. I highly recommend Jenevora and believe that anyone who requires coaching will find a her work of great value” 

“Since expanding my teaching profile alongside my performing schedule, Jenevora’s mentorship has enhanced my skills and understanding as both a teacher and singer. Her knowledge of the effective application of vocal physiology, pedagogical tools and vast case study experience have been invaluable, particularly in my recently appointed jobs at Wells Cathedral School (a specialist music school) and as part of the Royal College of Music Junior department. I believe any singing teacher could benefit from her expertise as part of their continuing professional development.” 

“A huge personal thank you for all you have done in my first year in role – You have been a real support and I have thoroughly enjoyed our meetings and discussions! You have asked excellent questions, which have enabled me to reflect deeply on the ideas and thoughts I have. Thank you for all you have done to help, it has been hugely appreciated.”