UK Music Teachers

Wan Tat Cheah

Wan Tat Cheah

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Jennens Road, Birmingham, UK

will travel to you please enquire.

Singing Lessons | Guitar Lessons | Artist development, Theory Lessons, Online Lessons

  • Qualifications: Master in Music Vocal Performance, BMus (Hons)
  • Pricing: 40
  • Styles: Opera, Classical, Pop and other
  • Suitability: All age and level


Malaysian Bass-Baritone, Wan Tat Cheah, obtained his Master in music in 2022 and Bachelor of Music with Honours in 2020 at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. He started to sing at the age of 18 as a college’s choir member, he then began his singing lesson with Malaysian voice teacher Tony Sim. After completed Diploma in Music with first study classical guitar, he decided to become a singer. He is currently under the tutelage of Christopher Turner and Jeff Stewart.

As a Bass-Baritone, Wan Tat has participated in many major choral performances such as 12th Malaysian Choral Eisteddfod, 1st Voichestra in Concert, Hua Zong Literature Award, Yue Yun Choir’s debut concert, Singapore Asia Arts Festival, 1st Singapore International Choral Festival, Sing’n’Joy China 2015 Choral Festival at Shunde-Foshan, and Carmina Burana. He also performed his recital with his friends as a farewell concert before studying in Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

Wan Tat was awarded scholarship to study both undergraduate and master study at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, he is actively participated in voice department performances including singing chorus in Marriage of Figaro, La Vie Parisienne, ensemble in Monteverdi’s Madrigals of War and Love, The Magic Flute and The Enchanted Island. He played Actor and Mr. Rushworth (acting) in Mansfield Park, Leporello in Don Giovanni*, Dr. Pangloss in Candide*, Vodník in Rusalka*, Méphistophélès in Faust*, Matt of the Mint in Bagger’s Opera, Spinelloccio and Guccio in Gianni Schicchi, Speaker and Man in Armour in The Magic Flute, Lysander in The Enchanted Island, Sarge in Banished. His upcoming engagement including Un guerrier in Les arts florissants and Le commissaire in Mesdames de la Halle at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

Teaching Info

Wan Tat has a patience heart and willing to spend time to work with student. His also a great listener and willing to analysis the problem of the student has and be critical and honest to offer his professional knowledge to guide them to discover the best of the voice they have, with natural and healthy singing technique method. He’s constantly studying different singing pedagogy method to make him more knowledgable to provide the best singing lesson he can offer to the students.


Wan not only shows extreme versatility when it comes to knowledge, but is also incredibly insightful! If you want to make lots of progress whilst also enjoying learning, he is the perfect mentor!

Jonathan M.

Wan was amazing and put me at ease immediately. I've signed up for further lessons.

Rachel W.

Wan is an exceptional teacher. With the foundation set, as he has a background with music, he is able to comprehend and understand my needs; tailoring the lesson accordingly. He has a broad vocal range, so my bass tone was at ease when he proved himself to be a close match. He’s a real confidence builder, who isn’t afraid to test a candidates vocal range. I look forward to seeing him again soon!

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