Anna is now available to teach private singing lessons from her home studio in Thomastown or online via Zoom. Term 1 2023 Lessons resume week 2 Tuesday 7th February/Wednesday 8th February. Book now to secure your place.
Our lessons include the skills you will need to develop into a singer, or to enjoy your singing more, such as singing technique, breathing, projection, music theory and aural skills, pitch and tone, rhythm, articulation, exercises to strengthen your voice and develop technique.
You will have the option to try songwriting, develop microphone technique, have a recording session, prepare an audition piece, develop your own repertoire, and explore different styles of singing.
Lessons are available for adults, adolescents and children. Lessons go for 30 minutes at a cost of $40. (group lessons available if enough interest)
To book a lesson or for more information, please contact Anna
Anna has been performing professionally for over 20 years and has been teaching singing for the last 10 years to students of all ages and abilities. Whether you want to sing for pleasure or to explore singing as a profession, Anna will work with you to create your lessons around your own personal goals.
Payment can be made in cash or bank transfer.
LESSON CANCELLATION POLICY – JANUARY 2023
If the lesson is cancelled with 24 hours (or more) notice, a make-up lesson will be offered, (Maximum of 1 make up lesson per term).
If the lesson is cancelled with less than 24 hours notice, no refund or make-up lesson will be given.
If the student doesn’t show for whatever reason, no refund or make-up lesson will be given.
All make-up lessons are to be made up within the term.
(If the student is ill, less than 24 hour notice will be accepted and a make-up lesson given. If teacher is ill lesson will be rescheduled.)
In the event of lockdown or restrictions on home lessons, lessons will be provided via Zoom app.
HAROLD ST JUNCTION COVID SAFE PLAN: 2/12/20
There are ways we can all help stop the spread of viruses and ensure our students and teachers remain at low risk. Know the symptoms – Coughing – Sore Throat – Shortness of Breath – Headache – Fever (normal temp is between 36.1C and 37.2C) – Flu like symptoms (runny nose, fatigue)
Students: If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend your lesson in person. An online lesson via zoom is possible, or postponing your face to face lesson until you are well again and have been tested and cleared.
Music Staff: If you experience any of the symptoms above or have been in contact with someone who has Coronavirus, is from a known outbreak hotspot or has the above, you will not take the lesson in person, but host via zoom or postpone until tested and cleared.
Regular cleaning before, after and between students will occur of any shared equipment and door handles. Hand Sanitizer will be available. General Hygiene Practices – After touching any communal surfaces, wash your hands and use the gels – Avoid touching your face, mouth or eyes – If you sneeze or cough, use a tissue or sleeve to catch droplets – Avoid handshaking or hugging persons outside of your family.
Face masks by adults and children over 12 until lesson has commenced. Lesson will be conducted with social distancing. Masks will be removed for singing lesson. Parents will be required to wait outside, unless extenuating circumstances.
A record of each student will be taken (contact details of parents on file) and in case of an outbreak, each parent will be notified of their responsibilities to get tested, and any updates.
No more than 8 students will be permitted in a single day.