Bachelor of Music Theatre (Melbourne, Australia)
PGCert Professional Practice (Vocal Pedagogy) (Wales, UK)
Originally from Melbourne, Australia; Jason Marrow is a graduate of both the VCA’s Music Theatre Foundation Course and Bachelor of Music Theatre (2011), Jason found his passion for singing and music theatre whilst at Carey Baptist Grammar School in Kew. He has since trained at various institutions including the Johnny Young Talent School, where he performed on a regular basis, the Young Australian Broadway Chorus, Danceworld 101 and the VCA, honing his skills as a triple threat performer. Jason has worked with many vocal coaches, including Martin Croft, Gary May and Adam Wood at Armstrong’s School of Singing, where he became a valuable member of the faculty before starting up his own practice, Vocal Endurance, in Melbourne. In 2017, Jason ran the voice department with the Acting Performance Studio, teaching spoken voice and acting through song.
Jason relocated to London late 2017 where he continued to teach singing to students of all ages through institutions such as Stagecoach and Bromley Youth Music Trust. Jason received a Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice (Voice Pedagogy) through the Voice Study Centre/University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
With a passion for current contemporary music and musical theatre, Jason strives to assist his students develop vocal freedom and stamina with building a strong understanding of technique, while keeping the enjoyment. His goal is to make singing less vocally fatiguing and more enjoyable for everyone, whilst maintaining the proper vocal health.
In Melbourne, some of Jason’s most recent students have been accepted into The Victorian College of the Arts, Ballarat’s Federation University and also into professional productions such as Matilda the Musical, Les Miserables and School of Rock. In London, some of Jason’s students were accepted into The Brit School.