The Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS) was founded in 1975 to promote a wider understanding of all aspects of the teaching of singing. We create opportunities which bring together teachers from all over the world.
All AOTOS activities and services are open to members specialising in teaching any expression of song: from classical, through music theatre and folk, to jazz, rock and gospel, either privately or in school, college or conservatoire.
What they say
'What a welcoming and friendly group of people! The workshops, masterclasses and talks were of real relevance and I came away feeling uplifted by the whole experience.’
Individual membership benefits
Profile in online members' directory
Regular conferences and regional events
Annual teacher training course
Members' section of AOTOS website
Corporate membership benefits
Various, including advertising and trade exhibition discounts
Full time student: £5
New member (first two years): £35
Renewing member: £50
+44 (0)20 8758 9422
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AOTOS members received a wide range of benefits including regional and national training events, access to the membership network, a magazine and a profile in the online members' directory.
Membership starts at £35 for individuals (new members) and only £5 for full time students. Corporate membership is available for £85 annually.
AOTOS has a wide membership across the UK.
AOTOS has a busy calendar, including both National Conferences and Area Events. In recent years, we have offered successful events not only in London, but in the Central, North, South East and South West Areas of the UK.
Our inspiring one day National Conferences draw together a variety of excellent and knowledgeable speakers, whilst our increasingly popular Area Events normally focus on one speaker who presents one particular area of vocal interest.
Our three day Summer Conference is always the ‘jewel in the crown’ of the year. It takes place in a different city or town across the UK each year, and enables teachers not only to access leaders in their field of knowledge, but also promotes personal development through networking and social interaction.