Steven Luke Walker

                    STEVEN LUKE WALKER
Specialisms: Integrated voice use for stage and screen. Founder of LCS (The LaryngealConditioning System), Vocal Rehabilitation, Musical Theatre Composition, acting through singing (integration) and musical theatre.
Trained formerly as a dancer, at the Birmingham Conservatoire and The Birmingham School of Acting, Steven performed in West End, National and International Tours in productions as varied as fashion/hair shows, musicals and operas.
As a singing tutor and vocal coach, Steven’s practise ‘Vocal Sanctuary’ in the heart of the West End boasts a client list of the biggest stars in musicals, commercial music and film. As a vocal coach for theatre,  productions worked on include but are not limited to; Les Misérables (West End), The Phantom of the Opera (West End) Little Voice (West End/National Tour), End of the Rainbow (National Tour), All the Fun of the Fair (West End/National Tour), Bat Out of Hell (West End/Broadway), Big the musical (West End), Seattle a musical (West End) Frozen (West End) and Wicked (West End/Broadway/North American Tour).
For film, Steven was vocal coach on Fox’s blockbuster ‘The Greatest Showman’, Fox’s ‘Bohemian
Rhapsody’ and for Disney the live action remakes of ‘Aladdin’, ‘The Lion King’ and ‘Frozen 2’.
Steven is also a composer for musical theatre, rising in popularity following the off-West End run of his historical musical ‘Blaze’ at the Bridewell Theatre, summer of 2009 which Time Out awarded four stars and named critic’s choice. In March 2011, Steven’s back catalogue of musicals were showcased at The Charring Cross Theatre in ‘Stars of the West End Sing the Songs of Steven Luke Walker’ and in 2014 Steven was approached to pen a new epic musical theatre telling of C.S. Lewis’s ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ for the bicentenary of Lewis by the C.S. Lewis estate.
Steven is highly sought after as a rehabilitation specialist for professional voice users, regularly seeing referrals from Harley Street and internationally.