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Marjory Watson

Marjory is a Lecturer in Singing at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on the Musical Theatre BA and MA courses.

She has her own private teaching practise and is regularly engaged as a vocal coach for several of Scotland’s theatres.

She is Musical Director of one of Scotland’s leading youth choirs, the Fair City Singers. 

An experienced concert artist, she has appeared as a soloist in many of the UK’s best concert venues including The Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, The Cadogan Hall, London, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester and The Royal Albert Hall, London. Internationally, she has performed in the Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht, the Cerritos Performing Arts Centre, LA and the Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Canada.

Marjory is also an experienced recording artist and has recorded for many different groups and albums, including her first solo CD, The Spark of Creation. She can also be heard as a singing dolphin on the soundtrack of the motion picture The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

Theatre credits include Johanna, Sweeney Todd; Sleeping Beauty, Into the Woods; Mrs Cohen/Ensemble, Rent; Songs for a New World.

Session: With a Song in my Heart

“The only thing better than singing is more singing” Ella Fitzgerald

Would you like to find greater confidence in singing for pleasure?
Are you a singer looking for fresh insight into what you love doing?
Have you a desire to develop your ability to perform as a singer?

Then this course is in perfect harmony with your needs…

This is an opportunity to spend the week singing for the love of singing.  It is a course for anyone who loves to sing and is looking for a chance to try an organic approach to develop their passion and their ability.

By the end of the week you will:

Our experienced and empowering tutor will ensure you have both a rewarding and enjoyable week on this practical and fun course.

Tutor – Marjory Watson

What the students say…

 “Have been inspired to sign up for singing this autumn. NODA week always inspires me to do something.”