Lucy Heyman is a vocal coach and PhD researcher who specialises in the mental, physical and vocal health of pop musicians.  

Through her own academic research at the Royal College of Music (due for publication in July 2019), she has examined the specific health and wellbeing experiences of singers in the music industry, and shares her findings at conferences globally.  

In her vocal coaching practice Lucy works with a number of top international artists in the music industry helping them to keep their voices strong and healthy, so that they are fit for performance night after night.

Lucy also gives workshops and talks for Universal Music, Help Musicians UK, BBC Introducing, The Musician’s Union, the PRS, BAPAM and more, on topics such as vocal health, performance anxiety, mental health in the music industry, performance psychology and health and wellbeing promotion in musicians.

She is a visiting lecturer in health and wellbeing for popular musicians at Birmingham City University, she consults to the Associated Board of the Royals Schools of Music on popular music vocal matters and gives training on ‘Healthy Touring’ for Help Musicians UK.  

She is a member of the Voting Academy for the Brit Awards, a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a Royal College of Music Award Holder. 

Lucy is currently writing a book on health and wellbeing in popular musicians with music business journalist Rhian Jones, which has been supported and financed by Universal, Sony, Warner, Live Nation, Polydor and more.  It is due for publication in late 2019.