Maybe we don’t all want to be an opera
diva or divo, but one thing is sure:
when we sing we feel good!
Anyone can learn to use their natural raw materials better. If you are taking up singing later in life, or you are coming back to it after a break, or if you are seriously starting your career, with consistent practice your voice will develop. Think of it like going to the gym for your vocal cords, only it’s much more enjoyable and fun! With the help of a patient and encouraging teacher you can enjoy the process.
Private lessons are offered for the more serious amateur and professional who may want to prepare for auditions and other performances or, for those who simply enjoy more attention, the lesson focuses only on you!
I love to share with students the skills I have acquired in all genres of vocal music over 30 years of professional singing performing experience, and teaching. I especially love introducing a wide variety of the vast vocal repertoire and taking advantage of the richness that songs from all over the world in different languages can bring. Step by step singing in other languages is rewarding and adds a whole new dimension to the art of singing.
If your requirements are specific in a certain style of music I can help you to achieve your goal of a better performance and interpretation through solid technique and study of the song. I am a Sessional Lecturer in Voice for WAAPA and teach the required repertoire for the Diploma and Bachelor Classical Voice and Diploma Music Theatre.
Every voice can improve with regular practice!
In lessons you will cover all aspects of vocal training:
There are currently no group lessons running….please check back later in the year. Apologies!!
Group lessons cover the same as above. The difference being you are not put on the spot for the entire time and you have the company and support of others like you! Be prepared to have some movement in the classes so wear comfortable clothing. The emphasis is on fun while learning and singing together.
There will be some well-known vocalises (studies for the execution of certain vocal techniques) to learn and you will be given practice tracks to help you with practice.
We will study styles of repertoire from different countries and periods comprising folk, art songs, music theatre and some choral music for part-singing. There will be opportunity to expand your knowledge of the vocal repertoire in this interesting and practical way.
At the end of each course students are encouraged (but not obliged) to perform for the group a song which they have worked on during the 6-8 week term.
Whether you choose to have private lessons or group lessons you need to bring the following to the lesson: