Jamie Anderson

About:

Jamie is a highly experienced singing teacher, performance coach and theatre maker.  He is an accredited Estill Master Trainer.

 

Currently, Jamie is a senior member of singing teaching faculty and on the audition panel at London Studio Centre.  Previously, he was Head of Singing at CTA in West London on their One Year Musical Theatre Foundation programme.  He has taught singing technique, acting through song and performance craft at many leading UK drama schools such as East 15 Acting School, MTA and Mountview, major Dance/Music Theatre institutions: Urdang and Italia Conti, and music conservatoire Trinity Laban.  

 

Jamie’s private clients/students have worked on Broadway, in the West End, on UK and International tours, at the National Theatre, as well as on film and TV.  Jamie has appeared on BBC One and CBBC as a vocal coach, and has been featured in The Stage, Women’s Health Magazine and Metro talking about the voice. 

 

Jamie designed and co-founded The Singers Cabaret Workshop which provided unique workshops and training in the art of cabaret for professional performers.

 

An experienced performer, theatre credits include: Jackie in Michael John LaChiusa’s Wild Party (Union Theatre), Mitch Mahoney in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Trinity Theatre), Petal in workshop of Tony Award-winner Stew’s musical Punk Princess, Mathilde (George Square Theatre, Edinburgh) directed by Simon Callow, Diary of A Madman (Workshop - Drury Lane Theatre), Gabriel in Far From The Madding Crowd (Greenwich Theatre) and the world premiere of Frank Zappa’s opera Thing-Fish (Battersea Arts Centre) 

 

Described as a “Cabaret Superstar” in Time Out, Jamie performed internationally and at top London venues such as Hippodrome Casino, Bush Theatre, Pigalle, Wilton’s Music Hall, Lauderdale House, Café de Paris, Hackney Empire and Royal Vauxhall Tavern.  He has hosted shows in London’s West End at Her Majesty’s Theatre and Shaftesbury Theatre, as well as hosting cabaret showcase Cabaret Confidential every month for 9 years at Leicester Square Theatre, Pizza On The Park and The Pheasantry.

 

Most recently, Jamie developed and performed his own show which was performed at Bush Theatre and Barbican Centre.