Gina Fergione


I am a vocational teacher and am passionately drawn to guiding people of all ages to fulfil their potential in music by supporting them on their journey of discovery and expression. I have a successful teaching practise began 20 years ago, in voice, piano, flute, theory and aural preparation tuition based at my studio in North London.

My students may choose whether they want to take exams form grade 1 to diploma level with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music or Trinity Laban exam board, or prepare for an audition, university entrance, concert performance or just for pleasure. I incorporate methods from a variety of sources that I have accumulated from my years of continual study, which include the Alexander Technique, the Esther Salomon method, the Bel Canto technique, Michael Deason-Barrow workshops, Janice Chapman professor at the Guildhall School of Music and many more. Singers may follow their particular area of stylistic interest including operatic roles, French mélodie, German lieder, jazz, contemporary, pop, musical theatre and early music.

I was a regular tutor on the Languages and Music for Life (LMFL) Summer School. I have been a music examiner for the International Baccalureate since 1998. I was head of music at the Anglo-European school, Ingatestone in the 90’s where I taught GCSE, A level and the International Baccalaureate, conducted and directed wind bands, orchestras, choirs, drumming groups and more.