Jack Bowtell Baritone

Classical baritone based in South Wales


Here you'll be able to find all of my latest news, my newest recordings, any upcoming performances as well as finding out a little about me and my music. If you would like to get in touch with me then please don't hesitate, all my contact details as well as some useful links can all be found here. In the meantime however, I'll leave you to take a look for yourself!



Jack has been teaching singing in Cardiff and South Wales since September 2016, shortly after completing his teaching skills module at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, under the tutelage of notable singing teachers, Kate Woolveridge and Lorna Anderson.

Though Jack primarily works as a classical singer, he is experienced in many different genres and styles of music. Whether it be classical, folk, musical theatre or more popular styles, Jack believes that a good basic technique is essential for paving the way to vocal success.

I have always believed singing to be a journey. The most important thing for a singer starting off is that you enjoy your own journey and the process of learning how to firstly discover your own voice and secondly, realise what it is you have to say with it. Regardless of age, gender, or experience, I really believe everybody has a unique voice and something exciting to share and hopefully through our lessons, we’ll discover what that is together!
— Jack

Although Jack is now a baritone, for many years he used to sing as a tenor. During this time, he was (and still is) privileged enough to receive lessons from eminent tenor, Adrian Thompson. While this technique is not now required in his own singing, it does equip Jack with a knowledge of the tenor mechanism, allowing him to teach tenor voices in addition to other male voice types with relative ease. This being said, Jack also has experience with female voices and has no reservations in teaching soprano, mezzo and alto voices. 

Equally at home within an outreach setting, Jack has had the opportunity of working as a drama facilitator and ensemble practitioner at Burnley Youth Theatre, creating and delivering drama workshops to children from local primary schools. Jack recently had an opportunity to build on this experience in 2015 when he was involved in the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama’s school’s opera project, culminating in a series of singing workshops and a successful performance at Welsh National Opera. 

Individually however, Jack prides himself on being able to tailor every lesson to suit the needs and requirements of each pupil. Singing is a very personal journey and can sometimes seem quite daunting for some, however through his warm demeanour and accessible teaching style - Jack feels he is able to quickly put singers at their ease. 

To book your first lesson or to simply find out more about singing, don’t hesitate to get in touch with him via his contact page or to read more about Jack, visit his biography page. 



30 minutes - £20.00

60 minutes - £30.00 

10% student discount available, OR WHEN BLOCK BOOKING LESSONS


Jack is super friendly and extremely encouraging, and put me at ease instantly. I would highly recommend him as a singing teacher to anyone.
— Juliet, April 2019 (5/5)
Friendly. Lessons at my 9-year olds level. Fun and educational. Can’t recommend him enough.
— Bethan, April 2019 (5/5)
Really enjoying the lessons. Jack takes time to explain techniques and makes you feel at ease. I look forward to the lessons.
— Stephen, March 2019 (5/5)

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