Singing Student featured in our local newspaper

Singing Student featured in our local newspaper

Welcome to a New Year of Singing

Firstly a warm welcome to all my current and new students to 2015. May it be a wonderful year for you and your families. Singing classes have resumed as of January 19th and the lessons this year will be available from 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday. If you have ever considered singing lessons then call me on 0400 446 328.

Come – make a time to meet me at my Studio to discover your needs and desires- whether it be to start as a beginner or to become a more confident singer with an applied technique. Remember my Studio is about teaching everyday people with no experience at all.

One of your goals for 2015 may be to sing more and increase confidence in your singing ability. Perhaps you will perform in our next singing students concert. Our concert last year was a wonderful event with students staging a wonderful performance.

Featured Singing Student

Abira Harvey, one of my talented young students, who is just about to start her high school years, was featured in our local newspaper, the Northern District Times on Wednesday January 7th. Abira plays Goldilocks in a pantomime production “Twas the Week after Christmas”, a family show where she “gets to sing, dance and act”. Last year Abira also played the role of Annie at Riverside Theatre. A natural performer and wonderfully talented, it’s a pleasure to be able to provide the professional support and tuition to help Abira develop in confidence and singing ability.

If you missed out reading the article in the newspaper, then view below.

FAIRYTALE MASH-UP TO ENTERTAIN ALL (Northern District Times, 7 Jan 2015, Page23)

Kate Bastians
Northern District Times
7 Jan 2015

CAN’T decide which fairytale to indulge in these school holidays? Why not experience them all with the new pantomime production Twas the Week after Christmas, featuring a rock-star line-up of the most famous fairytale characters? When Grandma arrives…read more…

2015 is going to be a great singing year! I’m looking forward to seeing more of my students excel in their passions.

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