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FOUNDED 1992 BY
Monique Brynnel & Jon Weaving

Private Singing Lessons with Professional Singing Teachers
in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia and Uddevalla, Sweden

 

VOICE TUITION FOCUSING ON PROPER SINGING TECHNIQUE.
CLASSICAL AND CONTEMPORARY VOICE TRAINING.
ALL STYLES - FROM ROCK TO OPERA.

BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED.
ALL AGES.

 

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ALL STYLES: CLASSICAL - CONTEMPORARY

BEGINNERS - ADVANCED

DURING YOUR VOCAL LESSONS YOU WILL BE TAUGHT:

A healthy basic Singing Technique
  • Breath control
  • Repertoire
  • Preparations for Exams - VCE, AMEB, etc.,
  • Preparations for Auditions
  • Interpretation
  • Microphone Technique
  • Performance Technique
  • Preparations for Public Performances

 

WHERE: Level 1, 590 Chapel Street, South Yarra 3141
                 or Ultimo, Sydney

WHEN: Monday - Friday, 9am to 7pm

COST: current rates, bookings: Call our office 0467 567 566

EMAIL: info@singinglessons.com.au

WEBSITE: www.singinglessons.com.au

STUDENTS Current and Former


 

 

 

 

BRIANNA BISHOP
GORGI COGHLAN
HAILEY CRAMER
MICHELLE FARRUGIA
NATALIE GAUCI
ERIN HASAN
MATT McFARLANE
FRANCES O'CONNOR
RENEE POPE-MUNRO
HUGH SHERIDAN
GEORGE THALAS
PETER TRIGEAR
GRETA WILLIAMS
KARLIS ZAID


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Our Singing Teachers

Annika Tregonning, head teacher Academy of Singing MelbourneANNIKA TREGONNING, HEAD TEACHER, Academy of Singing Melbourne

Head teacher Annika Tregonning is an experienced singer, musician and vocal coach. Annika has trained for twenty years in the art of singing, at the Victorian College of the Arts and with international opera stars Suzanne Johnston, Monique Brynnel and Jon Weaving. Annika performs and teaches all styles of singing from contemporary to classical music and has a deep knowledge of how to use the voice for each style.

Annika has performed in solo recitals, operas, operetta, music festivals, productions, events, albums, film scores and commercials. Annika is a passionate and supportive teacher whose enjoys bringing out the best in all her students. Annika is also a trained massage therapist and she uses this body knowledge to help singers wholistically release their voice to its fullest potential. Annika is also deeply interested in performance psychology and how to best mentally prepare for competitions, performances and auditions.

Recently Annika co-wrote and performed on the short film score, ‘A Fairytale Life’ with Brad Buenen for Audacious Dreaming, which premiered at the Davis Feminist Film Festival in Los Angeles and next will be performing a solo voice recital in early 2014.

 

Jennifer Reed, Teacher at Academy of Singing MelbourneJENNIFER REED, Teacher, Academy of Singing Melbourne

Jennifer is an experienced singer, actor, dancer and vocal coach. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Theatre from the Australian Institute of Music (AIM) and a Certificate IV in Music Theatre at The Actors College of Theatre and Television.

Jennifer has trained as a vocalist for over ten years covering various styles such as modern, musical and classical voice. With her background in popular music, Jennifer has worked with artists such as Christine Anu, Eskimo Joe and has released her own recordings to international success in the past. She has been seen in various musicals including NINE, The Who's TOMMY, Assassins and Dusty: the original pop diva. She is also an avid writer and has produced two successful seasons of self devised cabarets across Melbourne.

Jennifer is also a trained dancer and actor. With this knowledge she incorporates body awareness and dramatic interpretation into her teaching style. As a teacher, her focus is heavily on technique and musicianship. She strives to make every student a confident and competent vocalist through her enthusiastic and friendly approach.

 

Jessican Armstrong, teacher at Academy of Singing Melbourne JESSICA ARMSTRONG, Teacher, Academy of Singing Melbourne

Jessica graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2011 with a Bachelor of Music Theatre. Whilst at the Victorian College of the Arts Jessica appeared as Francesca in West Side Story, Jeanne in excerpts from Hair and Judy Garland in The Boy from Oz. In her final year of study, Jessica was a soloist in a master class with the legendary Jason Robert Brown.

Jessica made her professional debut last year in The Production Company’s CHESS directed by acclaimed director Gale Edwards. The show was recently awarded 7 Green Room awards including Best Musical.

Jessica has over twelve years of vocal training and also holds an Associate of Trinity College London Teaching Diploma in both Music Theatre, Speech and Drama. As a teacher, Jessica likes to integrate vocal and performance techniques. She is a fantastic motivator and sees a lot of progress in her students work as they become more confident and skilled in their singing and performance ability.

 

 

Blake Bowden, teacher at Academy of Singing Melbourne BLAKE BOWDEN, Teacher, Academy of Singing Melbourne

Since graduating from The McDonald College of Performing Arts in Sydney, Blake has worked extensively on the musical theatre stage as a singer and actor. Most recently he won rave reviews as Lt. Cable in Opera Australia’s South Pacific which played at the Opera House in Sydney before going on a national tour of Australia.

Other credits include creating the role of Pat Matthews in the Cat Stevens musical Moonshadow at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne, touring the country in Eamon Flack’s acclaimed production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and as a principal soloist in the Australasian tour of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber for The Really Useful Group.

Other professional credits include: West Side Story, Jekyll and Hide, Dirty Dancing, Cinderella, The Boy From Oz, The Sound of Rodgers, and Home and Away.

Blake also graduated from Sydney University with a Bachelor of Arts in Performance Studies and has been a vocal coach to some of the industries leading singers.

Blake was also the recipient of the prestigious Rob Guest Endowment Award in 2011.

 

Joel ParnisJOEL PARNIS, Teacher, Academy of Singing Melbourne

Joel is 2010 Music Theatre graduate from Ballarat Arts Academy.

In 2011 he worked at Universal Studios Singapore, playing the Phantom of the Opera in their MONSTER ROCK musical revue show. Upon returning to Melbourne, Joel has been seen in productions by the Australian Shakespeare Company, and in the Ensembles of THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, CHESS - THE MUSICAL and as the Springtime Tenor in THE PRODUCERS for the Production Company.

Other credits include: CINDERELLA (Promac Productions), The Aussie Boys (Barry Ball Artists, Miami) and for Magnormos; Gene Clark in FLOWERCHILDREN at the Comedy Theatre, and GODSPELL for the Stephen Schwartz Triptych performed before Stephen Schwartz himself. Joel is an original and current cast member of GOLDEN OLDIES, touring nationally and in 2014 will appear in Cameron Mackintosh's 25th Anniversary Production of LES MISÉRABLES.

 

 

Christelise de Graaf, teacher at Academy of Singing MelbourneCHRISTELISE DE GRAAF, Teacher, Academy of Singing Melbourne

Christelise de Graaf completed a Bachelor of Music Performance, specialising in classical voice, at Monash University in 2012, under the esteemed guidance of Roxane Hislop. During her studies, Christelise performed for some of the leading figures of the Australian operatic world. In 2012, she performed the lead role of Helen in Hindemith's one act opera 'Hin und Zuruck' under the guidance of Dobbs Franks. In 2014, she has been engaged with the Savoy Opera Company as a principal artist in their productions of Utopia Ltd. and Ruddigore. Christelise has studied and performed in Europe at Summer Academies in Salzburg and Hungary, and also at various recitals and functions in Melbourne. Whilst classical singing is her predominant focus at this time, she has a great love for all styles of music and has experience in performance of jazz and contemporary repertoire also.

Christelise is an encouraging and postivie teacher and believes that every person has the ability to sing. 'I teach my students to become confident and expressive singers who have been grounded in a healthy technique. Our ongoing work on breathing, posture, intonation and tone quality create a strong foundation, which enables my students to sing with a free and healthy voice. Additionally, I work on "unlocking" the character, emotion and meaning in music, allowing students to revel in the exciting dramatic aspect of singing and performance. In all of this, I work towards developing the individual and natural voices of my students.'

 


Prudence Holloway, teacher at Academy of Singing SydneyPRUDENCE HOLLOWAY, Teacher, Academy of Singing Sydney

A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, Prudence Holloway holds a bachelor of Music in Classical Voice (VCA), has completed postgraduate studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and more recently completed acting training at The Actors Pulse, graduating in the Meisner Technique.

Prudence is a highly skilled and consummate Singing Coach in Sydney with students gaining entry into prestigious educational institutions. She is also choral master/musical director for a choir that regularly performs at events around Sydney.

Her professional theatre credits include Bye Bye Birdie (Deborah-Sue) The Marriage of Figaro (Susanna), Godspell: Prepare Ye, Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Tracey). Further career highlights include An Evening with Mozart in Melbourne and her one-woman cabaret show Art is calling for me at Bar Me in Sydney.

Prudence has performed in countless concerts, charity and corporate events both nationally and internationally. More recently she has been involved in productions including: Those the river keeps (Janice), As you like it (Rosalind) and Closer (Anna) at PGT.


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LEARN HOW TO SING

If you are a beginner - of any age - who has never sung before and is too scared to start, or a singer who is dissatisfied with your ability, we are delighted and able to assist you reaching your goal. Parents with interested children are more than welcome to attend first lessons.

As well as providing lessons for beginners to advanced, we can also help you with exam and audition preparation so that you hit the perfect note when it counts. We offer lessons in all styles of music from classical to contemporary in Melbourne and in Sydney.

OUR STUDENTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PERFORM IN MELBOURNE AND TO BE REPRESENTED BY OUR AGENCY UMPA.

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