John Henny is a leading vocal coach in the music industry, with over 25 years of experience, renowned for his teaching skills. His techniques are designed to maintain vocal health, improve overall sound quality, eliminate voice cracks, and extend the singer’s range, allowing them to express themselves without limitation.
John’s students consistently achieve their goals, with some currently performing in touring productions of Jersey Boys, Miss Saigon, Godspell, Les Miserables, Movin’ Out, Avenue Q, and others landing starring roles in hit movies and TV shows like Desperate Housewives, Hannah Montana, Camp Rock, and Glee. Several of his students have also competed and won in popular shows such as American Idol, The X Factor, and Rising Star. Many of John Henny’s students are recording artists signed to leading music labels such as Interscope, Warner Brothers, RCA, and Universal.
“The demand these days for being a professional singer for Broadway or as a recording artist is so high…If you don’t have a rock-solid foundation of technique in your voice, it's extremely difficult to be successful or complete a tour. Your Vocal Style should be a collection of your strengths, not your weaknesses. It’s exciting to help a student achieve complete vocal confidence…It’s incredibly fulfilling for me.”
John Henny is not only an accomplished vocal coach but also a respected lecturer who has spoken at renowned colleges and institutes like USC, Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute of the Arts, and The Academy of Contemporary Music in England. He is also a Master Teacher for vocal coaches worldwide, conducting annual teaching engagements in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
In addition, John is an accomplished author, having written three Amazon bestsellers, and a popular podcast host of The Intelligent Vocalist, with over 500,000 downloads. He has also gained a significant following on YouTube, with 130,000 subscribers and 14 million views. As a seasoned online course creator, he offers an extensive library of training courses catering to singers, speakers, and voice teachers.