Starting as a closet singer when she was a kid (quite literally!)…She loved music and singing but never wanted anyone to hear her sing - hiding in a wardrobe to do it so no one would hear her! Weisan didn’t take her first lesson until she was 14. Since then she hasn't looked back. Encouraged and inspired by her voice teacher at the time, she decided to pursue a career in music. Weisan started performing when she was in Northern Ireland, at 15 years old. She enjoyed singing lead and backing vocals in local bands while furthering her studies in music. This gave her the opportunity to tour the UK, Ireland and France with former band ‘Braille Acoustics’, as well as featuring on BBC Radio One’s ‘Evening Sessions’. Weisan has enjoyed singing lead and backing vocals in various cover and original projects. Aside from her passion for singing and teaching, she loves songwriting and is always writing and performing new material. Her formal studies started in Bangor, Northern Ireland, which lead her to a vocal degree in London (VocalTech/London College of Music now known as BIMM London). Gaining a wealth of musical knowledge but never quite satisfied with her vocal technique, she was faced with the same stumbling blocks that most singers have - hitting the high notes smoothy and consistently. Training and teaching the IVA method has not only helped her overcome these vocal problems but motivates her to continue developing as a singer, songwriter, and teacher.
Armed with the knowledge and tools she learns through IVA, she’s certain she can help her students effectively. She loves discovering, developing and nurturing voices from all walks of life. She thrives on new challenges and musical situations, and combines her experience and a professional attitude with an easy-going and friendly nature.
- Instructor III
Provides In-Person Lessons
Provides On-Line Lessons