Robin Gair, the school’s founder, has been a singer for in excess of 45 years. His career encompasses many genres of music but he remains spectacularly enthusiastic about most of them.
As a vocalist he has supported acts like Manfred Mann and John Lee Hooker as well as singing in many of the finest rock/pop acts to come out of the Wiltshire area.
In addition to forming the original Southern School of Popular Singing, he also started the school’s well regarded Pop Choir En Masse, comprised of approx 40 of the schools pupils, who performed in venues across the country.
He also started En Masse’s junior division, E Minor Pop Academy, who now have around 100 members across the two branches.
Having started the school back in 1993, Robin has now retired from general full time vocal coaching but is still available for specialist workshops and specific vocal needs.