During this COVID-19 pandemic, as we are confined to our homes indefinitely, many of us are turning to creative pursuits to get us through. My regular singers enjoy the online lessons
The health and wellbeing of staff and students is our main priority, and I would like to assure you that precautions are taken at the studio to adhere to strict government protocols.
Part of the joy and satisfaction of singing is communicating the meaning and emotion of a song in a way that connects with your audience. Refined vocal skills and technique
For high school students heading into Year 11 or 12 this year, studying HSC Music 1 or 2 may be on the cards. It’s certainly more creative than...Read more
How performing in our studio concert can improve your singing One of the most thrilling things for me as a singing teacher
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Kathleen Connell is a Sydney-based singing teacher and vocal coach who trains both aspiring and accomplished singers in technique and vocal skills. She is an active member of ANATS, a writer and PhD candidate...
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Singing isn’t just a fun, creative way to express yourself, it’s scientifically proven to improve your brain performance in all facets of your life. Not only does singing release endorphins (your feel-good chemicals), neuroscience...Read more
If you’ve been learning singing for some time, you probably know your vocal exercises off by heart. And while you know their benefits, you’d be forgiven for finding them a little repetitive and tedious.
What’s your position on effortless, resonant singing? If you said, “With an upright posture”, then … take a bow! It’s the one thing I nag my students about because good posture is crucial to singing...Read more