Dream of singing in front of an audience? Want to improve your sound as frontman or woman of your band? Hoping to play a lead role in a musical? We can help you reach your goals through private singing lessons with our singing teachers.
Our teachers are highly skilled performers and educators, familiar with a range of vocal techniques. They are able to teach a range of vocal styles, including contemporary, jazz, folk, pop, rock, and of course, Perform Australia's specialty, musical theatre.
You can bring in repertoire you'd like to work on, or follow your teacher's suggestions. In the course of your learning, you'll focus on vocal care and health, extend your vocal range, improve your pitch, and develop your performance skills.
You can have a lesson onsite at our Canberra studio, or via Zoom from anywhere in Australia.
10 x 30 minute lessons - $460 per term. 10 x 1 hour lessons - $860 per term Classes are held weekly on a term-by-term basis. Terms are 10 weeks long and follow the ACT Public School term schedule.
Venue: Classes held face-to-face in Canberra are at our studios, 2A Barker St, Griffith, ACT.
At Perform Australia, you can select to learn under one of our singing teachers:
Bridget Arundel is a Canberra-based singer, songwriter, and vocal teacher. Praised for her versatility, Bridget has been active in the Canberra music scene for many years, from leading performances at the Multicultural Festival and Floriade, to performing with the ANU Contemporary Choir at the national flag-raising ceremony, which was broadcast live by the ABC. She also has extensive community engagement experience through the Red Cross, having performed regularly at Townsville hospital.
Bridget graduated from the Australian National University in July 2021 (Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of science). During her time at university she studied under the tutelage of Rachael Thoms, with a focus on Jazz and Contemporary voice. Bridget has recently begun exploring classical voice under the tutelage of Livia Brash.
Bridget began teaching in 2017 and has since had experience with students of all ages. Bridget believes in creating a positive and supportive environment for her students. Bridget can help you develop your vocal technique, style, and ability while also providing guidance in other key components of being a musician, such as music theory, performing, arranging, and writing original music.
Taylor Paliaga completed her Diploma of Musical Theatre at Perform Australia and later went on to complete her Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre) at the Australian Institute of Music.
Taylor has performed widely across many musical theatre productions, and can currently be seen locally in Dramatic Productions’ School Of Rock. Previously she has starred in Dogfight, The Magical Brunch, The Pajama Game, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Mary Poppins, among other productions.