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Linsey Dempsey, half of the duo behind the company Sing at Work

Linsey Dempsey, half of the duo behind the company Sing at Work

Ross Scanlon is also part of the duo behind Sing at Work

Ross Scanlon is also part of the duo behind Sing at Work

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There's no such thing as tone deaf, apparently, which is music to my ears as I stand in a corner of my bedroom on a January morning preparing to belt out a song. I've been told I have a nice singing voice, but I'm not sure my children count as reputable judges. It's my first singing lesson from the comfort of my own home with two of Ireland's leading teachers, former opera singers, Linsey Dempsey and Ross Scanlon.

The pair recently set up Sing at Work, a virtual business that allows you to take a break from the four walls of your home and enter a world akin to X Factor, if just for an hour. Having spent years performing and teaching, they realised the potential of using singing to help motivate and improve productivity and well-being in individuals and employees.


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