Vocal Coach Thomas Spencer is an award-winning British tenor, singer, recording artist, and music producer. He has performed internationally on live televised sporting events, concerts with David Foster, and in major concert halls and arenas. He has an eclectic and diverse professional career, from providing masterclasses at the prestigious University of Cambridge (England), to performing in Milan at the invitation of the British Embassy, to being commissioned by BAFTA to write the opening theme to one of their award ceremonies. As a session singer, Thomas has performed on over 20 Hollywood films including, Pirates of the Caribbean, Mamma Mia!, Captain America First Avenger, How to Train Your Dragon and The Great Gatsby; and also on Video Games such as God of War: Ascension. As a producer he has worked with artists including Air Supply, the iconic band selling over 40 million albums, as well as singers from the UK, US, Canada, and Australia’s Got Talent. He has recorded many times with 17x Grammy-Winning producer Humberto Gatica and regularly teams up with engineers, musicians, and instrumentalists who work with artists including Michael Bublé, Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion, & Josh Groban. He was executive producer on ESPN’s Monday Night football, has won best Christian/Gospel song at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards and recently achieved No. 2 in the iTunes UK Classical Charts with a self penned song. His versatility, musicianship and experience on both sides of the microphone provides a unique insight and understanding. Thomas trained at music conservatoires in England, gaining his Bachelor of Music (Hons) degree at Trinity College of Music and a post graduate diploma and advanced teaching certificate at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Thomas is also trained in Estill Vocal technique which uses science to train the voice and is aimed at the advancement of singing, speaking, and vocal therapy. He is passionate about the voice and a singer’s evolving relationship with their instrument. Thomas has experience of teaching all abilities and can either provide the broad strokes of improving vocal performance, or delve into the details with technical, physical, and biological education; above all wanting the vocal journey to be a fun, enjoyable, and rewarding experience.