OUR EXPERT TUTORS
- SYDNEY -
A graduate of the ANU’s School of Music Jazz Dept (1995), Trish has been singing professionally since late 1991 in a variety of musical genres as both a soloist and a backing vocalist In Australia and overseas. Along with session, corporate...
(Tenor) graduated from The Australian National University (ANU) in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies (Japanese/Linguistics) and has been singing professionally for 14 years...
Elizabeth Scott graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 1995 as a flute major having earned the prestigious Student of the Year Award and the Reuben F. Scarf Scholarship for academic and ...
Versatile, perceptive, and a passionate advocate for music as a force for change, Sarah Penicka-Smith is a freelance conductor & vocal coach. She directs a number of Sydney choirs and...
OUR EXPERT TUTORS
- MELBOURNE -
Gian is a prolific vocalist and composer with an approach that incorporates wordless singing and improvisation, songwriting; electronics and extended vocal techniques; new music and contemporary composition and collaborations with theatre and dance practitioners...
In 2001 Emma completed a Bachelor of Music Performance (Improvisation) at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia. It was here that she met acclaimed pianist and composer Tony Gould, with whom she recorded her debut album, Tomorrow, Just You Wait and See (Move Records)...
Jacqueline is most known for her work with iconic Australian A Cappella quintet Coco’s Lunch, who have toured the world for over 20 years, released 8 acclaimed albums, and received a host of awards and nominations for their original work in both Australia and the USA...
Gerald is a voice mechanics nerd, a multi-instrumentalist, a published songwriter and a passionate, eclectic educator. He is currently enrolled in his PhD (Education, Monash), where he has embarked on an international, cross-disciplinary study bringing sport science, voice mechanics, psychometrics and tertiary learning and teaching together...
Luke Stevenson is a musician, composer and music educator from Melbourne, Australia. He has won multiple national awards, toured internationally with his ensembles, and conducted his own commissioned works for a number of ensembles, choirs, and orchestras around Australia...
Born in Melbourne in 1966, Mal started learning percussion at the age of 4. This led to singing, piano, moving to Canberra and writing facile pop songs with his brother John for the imaginary band, Spider. At 10, he took up trombone. At 12, and back in Melbourne, he started getting into jazz theory and composition...