ROBERT PRICE vocal massage training

Robert Price


Robert is a British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) registered practitioner, and one of London’s leading voice teachers with over 20 years experience training actors in Britain and Ireland. As a former actor in the Irish Theatre, he has multiple credits in Dublin and the West End as well as TV, Film and Radio. As a teacher and voice coach he has worked in Drama Schools, the Corporate Sector and the Professional Theatre. Robert held the senior post in voice at RADA for many years where he taught many of the young actors currently forming the vanguard of British Theatre. Some of these are including Jessie Buckley, Amie Lou Wood, Michael Balogun, Hiran Abesykera, Taron Egerton and James McArdle.

Robert holds a Master’s degree in Voice Studies from the Central School of Speech and Drama and a Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, awarded for his work with voices in The British Conservatoire. He is a Jing trained Advanced Clinical Massage Therapist and Medical Acupuncturist, as well as having been trained in vocal massage with Stephen King and Manual Therapy for Voice and Swallowing Disorders with Walt Fritz. Robert also teaches Vocal Massage in the UK and overseas with Vocal Massage Training UK.

Qualifications / Certificates

  • Masters Degree, Voice Studies (Central School of Speech and Drama)
  • Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy (Jing Advanced Massage Training)
  • Diploma in Deep Tissue (Jing Advanced Massage Training)
  • Certificate in Vocal Massage (Stephen King)
  • Manual Therapy for Voice and Swallowing Disorders (Walt Fritz)


Price, R. (2021) ‘Undelivered Freight. Listening Together in the Playhouse’ in Holman, S. (ed). Why the Theatre. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group pp 24 – 31.

Price, R. (2012) ‘To Work on your voice: work on your body’ in Snow, J. Movement Training for Actors. London: Methuen pp 175-177.