Beccy Hurrell

Beccy has been teaching singing since 2011, having been involved in school choirs throughout her education, and touring nationally and internationally during her life. As well as directing community choirs, Beccy also teaches voice on an individual basis, both privately and at schools, including Emil Dale Academy. She is a member of AOTOS (Association of Teachers of Singing), BVA (British Voice Association) and ISM (Incorporated Society of Musicians).

Beccy continues to keep up her studying of vocal teaching, and is currently undertaking research into vocal pedagogy through a PGCert Professional Practice (Vocal Pedagogy) programme at Cardiff Metropolitan University. She also takes part in regular workshops and courses to widen her own knowledge and skill set.

Beccy took up music at a young age and was an active musician throughout her school life, studying piano, flute and bassoon from early on, then voice as a teenager. She was a member of the Norwich Cathedral Girls’ Choir, and continued her choral singing at university with the Royal Holloway Chapel Choir, touring world-wide with both. During her time at university, Beccy was also involved with the Music Theatre Society and the Savoy Opera Society. After leaving Royal Holloway College, Beccy was part of the Cavendish Choir, and won the Veronese International Choral Festival with them.

In 2009, Beccy was instrumental in setting up the Rother Community Choir based in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, for which she was also the Musical Director. After relocating to Northamptonshire in 2013, Beccy took on the role of Musical Director with NN10 Community Voices, based in Rushden. She has also been Musical Director for Rushden Amateur Theatrical Society, and helped them to win a NODA award for best pantomime in 2016.