TJ Taylor is a teacher, director, performer and musician, currently based in Singapore. In 2013 he
graduated from the UK with a First Class Hons. Degree in Musical Theatre and has worked in the
Arts industry in Singapore ever since. TJ is now the Associate Artistic Director of Sing’theatre as
well as lecturing part-time at Lasalle College of the Arts on their Musical Theatre Degree course.
TJ's passion for his work comes from his performing experience which has recently included
theatrical works at Universal Studios Singapore as a Show Host, several professional theatre in
education shows, and musically as a pianist, accompanist, and singer. He is also going to be
starring in Pangdemonium’s Full Monty in October 2020.
Everyone can sing….but to be a singer, mastery and having understanding of vocal technique is key!
TJ has taught singing around world to students of all ages and abilities. The focus of his teaching
is to train the student to understand the physical process of singing so they can easily manipulate
their voice into any genre of music. Once a student has a firm basis of their technique he then
helps the singer develop style, emotion and characterisation.
TJ teaches most genres of singing however his specialty is musical theatre. Combining voice
technique with acting techniques, TJ merges the two disciplines to help the singer make
appropriate vocal choices that reflect the acting and performance needs of the song. Having
trained and worked as a performer as well as sitting on many audition panels, he can help
students create the perfect performance or audition song that is grounded in technique and
TJ currently lectures voice technique and musical theatre repertoire classes on the Musical
Theatre Degree at Lasalle College of the Arts Singapore. He also teaches private lessons both to
beginners and professional performers across Singapore, helping them understand their voice
and nail their performance.
As an educator, TJ is passionate about instilling a professional approach to all performance
education and expects commitment, enthusiasm, and hard work from all his students and
performers. His singing teaching focuses on the performer gaining the technical knowledge to
effortlessly adapt into creating the most appropriate performance choices. He is also a creative
and engaging performance coach and director who has been at the helm of many student
musical theatre productions as well as successfully coaching students for both professional
castings and theatre school auditions.