The human voice is the world’s most popular instrument. Yes! That’s right. Your voice is an instrument. Each person has a different, unique sound, because YOU are the instrument. However, while almost everyone can sing, not everyone can sing well. Having singing lessons will make sure that when you sing, it will make heads turn and jaws drop.
Learning to sing will ensure that you develop a great sense of melody, rhythm and feel.
Luke is a passionate, fun teacher who loves to immerse his students in the world of music and help them become the best vocalists or piano players they can be. He has performed in a number of musicals and concerts. With his expertise and training from industry professionals, he is able to cater each of his lessons to individual students as each has different needs and interests! In his lessons, you will cover: how to use correct technique, performance skills, confidence building and musicality, so that you can embrace who you are as a musician and become the best you can be.
My name is Cherie, I’ve been singing ever since I was 5years old. I’ve taken vocals classes from 13 years and I now have a diploma in worship vocal music. I have been teaching vocal classes for the past three years in Sydney. I’m very fun and a positive person, with a lot of patience and I would love to teach and impart the knowledge I have about music to you.
Yoana is passionate about all things music, and loves to see new musicians grow their own passion for the art! Her experience with many students from different backgrounds of music has allowed her to be able to teach across all styles of music! Her main forte of playing is funk and rock music, however she also has plenty of experience across all other styles. With her fun and engaging approach to teaching, she is able to clearly explain and break down difficult songs and concepts! In her lessons she focuses on key aspects of becoming a great musician: correct technique, music theory, confidence boosting, and performance skills! With these things she hopes to inspire others and see them go on with a love for music.