"Singing lessons with Lydia are a wonderful experience. She has a wealth of knowledge, but more than that she is a great teacher. Her enthusiasm has been a huge boost to my confidence and vocal ability.I cannot recommend Lydia more highly!" Serena Edmund-Jones
Lydia Marchione AGSM is a lyric mezzo-soprano of Sicilian-Maltese origin.Trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London - obtaining an AGSM and subsequently completing the prestigious Opera Course - Lydia has over 30 years of experience as an opera singer, performing internationally, on London’s West End, and across the UK. Since 2006 Lydia has been a full time member of the Chorus of English National Opera. She has sung for companies such as Royal Opera House, English Touring Opera, Raymond Gubbay at the Royal Albert Hall, Pavillion Opera, Carl Rosa Opera, and English Chamber Opera.
Warren's Wife The Handmaid's Tale
3rd Nymph (cover) Rusalka
Poppet Paul Bunyan
Leila (cover) Iolanthe
Isabel Pirates of Penzance
Countess Ceprano Rigoletto
Bridesmaid Marriage of Figaro
Ida Die Fledermaus
French Maid Death In Venice
Margret (cover) Wozzeck
2nd Gentleman (cover) Julietta
Mother (cover) Two Boys
Noble Orphan Der Rosenkavalier
Vittoria (cover) The Gondoliers
Giovanna, Maddalena Rigoletto
Marcellina Marriage of Figaro
Tisbe La Cenerentola
Flora La Traviata
Zerlina Don Giovanni.
Singing Lessons with Lydia
My method of teaching is based on the fine-tuning of a combination of elements that work simultaneously to create your individual most perfect sound.
When the body has the right balance of relaxation, focus and support, the voice is liberated, enabling the singer to communicate to their audience with finesse and ease.
Once the singer has mastered the basics of my technique, they will find that their range expands, the support is strong and reliable, and their breath control becomes automatic.
I have had the joy to witness time and time again how persevering with these basic rules of technique can give a singer the confidence to deliver their optimal performance at all times.
I teach from my music studio in Hanwell, West London, W7.
Hanwell is easily accessible by car (M4, M40, A4, A40, or via the Uxbridge Road).
Hanwell station is on the Elizabeth Line, only 19 minutes from the centre of London (Bond Street).
Boston Manor tube (Piccadilly line) is a 5-minute bus ride (E8, 195).
Ealing Broadway is 15 minutes away by several regular bus services. (427, 207, 607, 83, E8)
For lessons, email Lydia at