Dom Coyote is an award winning
singer/songwriter, actor and voice coach.
He is an associate artist with Kneehigh Theatre and has toured extensively with the company for the last ten years, most recently performing his signature style, 'vocal gymnastics' in the critically acclaimed UBU! and The Tin Drum.
Dom has worked with a variety of high profile companies and theatres including The Old Vic, National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Dom’s work is always centred around the human voice. His taste is eclectic, as is his singing style. His vocal coaching technique reflects this versatility, enabling people to get the most out of their voices, whatever the style or situation.
Dom has worked extensively with Estill Voice Training for developing his own voice, he is currently studying to become an Estill Master Trainer.
Fun Fact: Dom used to be a teenage rapper with UK hip hop band 'Arkane'!
Aimée Leonard is a certified Estill Master Trainer with a background in folk and contemporary music.
After years of touring the world with folk band 'Anam' Aimée became passionate about teaching voice and has dedicated the last 15 years to developing her practice.
Currently she is the Voice and Singing Coach for London Southbank University Performance and Drama course and Singing Technique Tutor for the Traditional Folk Degree course at Newcastle University.
As well as this she works for theatre's and companies across the Uk such as The Old Vic, National Theatre of Scotland, Rough Fiction and Kneehigh Theatre.
Fun Fact: Aimée performed with 'The Voice Band' in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1996 representing Ireland...oh, and they won!
Dom and Aimée have trained with world renowned Voice Coach, Estill Mentor and Course Instructor Tom Burke.
To find out more about Tom's work please enquire directly via his website