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Daniella D.
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Daniella Delfin
Ropes Crossing, NSW
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$30.00

Singing Lessons - When it comes to the art of singing, I believe that balancing, vocal technique, performance skills and musicality creates a well-rounded singer and/or performer. I have been trained by industry professionals at the Australian Institute of Music, and I have gained a ton of knowledge to pass on to my students. Through my lessons, my students will learn the Alexander Technique, Vocal Technique, Confidence Building, Performance Skills and Musicality. Alexander Technique - Proper posture, relaxation, losing bad habits and creating new habits, preventing injury.Vocal Technique - Proper breathing, vocal warmups, proper technique to reach lower or higher notes without vocal strain, expanding your range, anatomy of the voice, diction and enunciation, vocal health.Performance Skills - Dissecting and analysing the student's chosen song, helping them understand the story/lyrics, in order to perform the piece with truth and authenticity.Confidence Building - Encouraging students to be their very best, that there isn't a right or wrong in singing, embracing your own voice, embracing your differences and owning who you are.Musicality - Learning how to read and follow music, learning about dynamics, the voice as an instrument, playing with tone and texture.The above is a breakdown of what I can offer to my students, and it suitable for all ages, skills, and voice type. I cater my lessons to each of my students' abilities for them to understand efficiently.I would be honoured to help you kick off your singing career, whether you're starting out, a professional, or just want to get back into singing again! Please get in touch with me if you'd like a trial lesson and if you have any questions.I hope to see you soon!Daniella Delfin

Alex O.
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Alex O'Meally
Norman Park, QLD
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$35.00

Singing Lessons - Singing Lessons for ages 5yo - adult.Singing Styles - Pop, Funk, JazzAlso provides lessons for Music Theory, Songwriting and Production.I would love to chat with you about your music goals and how we can make it happen. I really enjoying giving students a solid grounding in technique and musical understanding, whilst working on the songs you actually enjoy singing!With listeners often describing his sound as, "rich, soulful and warm", vocalist Alex O'Meally has quickly become a sought after emerging artist in the Brisbane music scene. His love of performing was incited by an opportunity to sing on the world stage for the 2015 ANZAC Centenary Dawn Service (Gallipoli, Turkey) and later that year returning to Istanbul for the world premier of the Gallipoli Symphony (Hagia Irene, Turkey).Alex embraces every opportunity to perform in a wide array of settings and has been a member of the jazz vocal ensemble InVoices, under the skilful direction of Dave Spicer, for three years. He performs regularly at The Brisbane Jazz Club, the Retro Bar, Queen St Mall and private events. In addition to this, he now co-runs a weekly jam out of the Junk Bar in Ashgrove, dealing with the live production as well as performing on stage.Under the expert guidance of Dr Irene Bartlett, master pedagog and industry veteran, he honed his craft and developed his sound. Furthermore, he has worked with other critically-acclaimed artists such as Elly Hoyt, Kristin Beradi, Zac Bradford, Ingrid James and Jack Cooper. Alex is passionate about arranging and composing music and is currently working towards the release of his first EP.Alex's style is a mix of pop, funk and jazz, with complex and interesting combinations of chords and soulful vocals. Do you need help taking your vocals, music theory, songwriting or production to the next level?

Annelise H.
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Annelise Hall
South Brisbane, QLD
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$35.00

Singing Lessons - In these lessons students will work through specific exercises to gain a physiological understanding of the voice to improve tone, breath, intonation and volume. This technique is then put into action as students work through a diverse range of repertoire.When looking at classical music, students will experience work from both Australian art music as well as international work. Students will learn to sing in other languages, such as Italian, French or German and learn how to put intention, truth and meaning into the classical work for performance benefit. I am also open to helping students work through the AMEB or Trinity classical voice exams. When looking at musical theatre, I will provide music from a diverse range of shows spanning from the early 20th century to now. I also welcome students to bring in their own repertoire or song suggestions they are interested in working on. When looking at pop music, I will provide numerous suggestions based on the individual's voice type, however I am also open to working on pieces that the student's provide. Students usually spend somewhere between 1-6 weeks on a song, or longer if they are looking to perform it for something. Once the student and I are pleased with the song, I will film or voice record the piece to show the student's progression of work over their time with me.About me:Musical Theatre is where my voice personally sits best, so I take pride in teaching others something I love so much. In 2019 I was in the show, Aspects of Love at Hayes Theatre Co. as an onstage swing. I completed my AMEB Grade 8 Musical Theatre exam with a High Distinction (A+). I have been a lead in 18 musicals since the age of 5, including Ariel in The Little Mermaid with Stage Artz, Maria in The Sound of Music and Kira in Xanadu. I have completed a Diploma of Musical Theatre, and have worked as a children's entertainer for many years. I have been highly trained as an actress, learning at NIDA, ATYP, Screenwise and AIPA. In 2017, I won an international scholarship for the Hollywood Immersive through Starnow out of 12,911 people worldwide, which sent me to LA for training at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. This acting training has provided me with the skills to teach musical theatre specifically, not just singing. When it comes to musical theatre, I believe the most important thing is 'telling the story'. So students will learn to understand what they are singing about and provide meaning to every piece they sing, whilst using correct vocal technique.I grew up singing with the Sydney Children's Choir, the premium art choir in Australia, producing the highest calibre of classical choristers in the country. I toured with the group to Europe, performing at Westminster Abbey and Notre Dame and was part of the children's ensemble for numerous operas with Opera Australia, inculding Carmina Burana and Jundamarra.I have completed Grades 6-8 Trinity Exams in Classical Voice with High Distinctions. I completed my Music 2 and Music Extension with a Band 6 in Vocal Performance, for which I performed a number of classical pieces. I have completed Grades 4 in both Musicianship and Music Craft as well as completing intense training over 3 years in sight singing. I trained myself with the renowned Peter Bodnar and Joel Curtis. I have also worked with Jennifer Peers and Gabrielle Fisher.I would love to teach you so please do get in touch if you are interested. In terms of vocal styles - this is just a background about each style, however I am more than happy to conduct general singing lessons where we work on all styles.

Sarah T.
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Sarah Toth
Sydney, NSW
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$100.00

Singing Lessons - Sarah specialises in classical voice instruction for young adults. She has prepared students for successful auditions to be voice majors and minors at the university level. Her students have also been successful in competitions and auditions for a wide range of musical performances. Sarah’s vocal students benefit from learning a healthy voice technique that can be applied to any vocal genre they wish to pursue. In addition, basic music theory and sight singing (using solfeggio) is also offered, as well as use of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) to facilitate singing in foreign languages.With extensive operatic stage experience in America, Australia, and Europe, Sarah has performed numerous lyric soprano roles, and also a range of world premieres and experimental pieces. Highlights include singing the roles of Donna Elvira, Countess, Mimì, Donna Anna, Second Lady, Offenbach’s Eurydice, and Cimarosa’s Elisetta; performing in Strauss’s Elektra with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra; singing oratorio such as Messiah, Elijah, and Carmina Burana; and creating roles in Sydney Chamber Opera’s premieres of Mayakovsky and Victory Over the Sun (for the 2016 Sydney Biennale.) Sarah’s collaborative work in creating new and experimental music-based theater has been featured in London’s Opera in the City Festival, Australia’s SHH Centre 4 Hybrid Arts, and also in unique sacred and historical spaces world-wide. She has been recognized in vocal competitions in America and Australia, and has been awarded prize and study grant money by the Joan Sutherland & Richard Bonynge Foundation.She has been trained world-class teachers who have been instrumental in the development of singers currently performing roles at opera houses such as the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, and La Scala in Milan.

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