Giving Your Little Rockstar
The Confidence To Steal The Show
Junior Singers Classes and Bootcamps For Children aged 6-11 Years
Whether your child is a shower singer or has the chops of Mick Jagger or Janis Joplin.
Our Junior Singers Singing Lessons and Bootcamp will give them the confidence, skills and character to belt out a tune on stage in no time!
Whether your child is gifted or just wants to give it a go. Our wonderful teachers will help them express themselves, strengthen their voice and perform on stage with ease.
We have three confidence boosting, vocal training options for our Junior Singers age group.
We have Three Powerful Offerings for Our Junior Singers!
Aged 6- 11 years
Our sell out Holiday Bootcamp is a three day program where you will learn the secrets of singing on stage! Unleashing your inner rockstar!
Private Singing Lessons
Private Singing lessons are the fastest and most effective way to get better as a singer. Working over the term towards end of term performance.
See Our Current and Past Junior Singers Perform Below
We consider it a real privilege to support your child to unleash their voice on stage like these perfomers
A Key Aspect Of All Our Junior Singers Classes will be
Our Specially Designed Childrens Scales…
These scales are designed especially for new singers and children to develop the specific fundamental skills required to sing any song, expand your register and improve your tone.
All Our Teachers Are Selected On Their Common Values, Passion For Teaching and Bringing Out The Best In Their Students
We know being a teacher is more than just teaching singing. Your childs teacher can be a role model and confidant for your child and we take this seriously only picking teachers who fit within our values and passion for helping people express themselves fully in a safe and supportive environment.
Seeking out the training to accompany her passion, Emma took private lessons throughout her teens, going to anyone who could teach her something new. The desire to share what she was learning soon became overwhelming, and she began giving her own classes from the age of 18, continuing to teach throughout her degree in performance at the University of Western Sydney. The techniques she absorbed during that time – including classical and music theatre technique, Alexander technique, forward technique, speech level singing, improvisation techniques and performance and anxiety training – enabled her to develop a distinctive style as a vocal coach, and develop a unique series of workshops, focused not just on how people sound, but on how we all “perform” in our everyday and working lives. As a result Emma has been asked to work closely with a range of organisations and initiatives, from large companies in the corporate sector to youth groups from disadvantaged backgrounds, combining her passion and expertise to achieve inspirational results, whether it be lifting profits and refining the skills of sales people or filling young hearts with fire and self-belief.
In 2005 a fun experiment with 3 of Emma’s friends from University led to the formation of an acapella group called “Kaya” for a TV talent audition. The all-girl group quickly became a national sensation, making it through to the final stages of the show (4th place on X Factor) and embarking on a series of sold out concerts across the country. Emma soon found herself living the life of a busy musician, with frequent appearances on ABC radio and collaborations with artists like Jimmy Cliff, Renee Geyer, Lior, John Butler and Human Nature. She has recently returned from her first series of shows in New York, including a showcase for The Lumiphonic Creature Choir at the Union Square pavilion in Manhattan, and is set to release her debut record as a solo artist later this year.
As a qualified music teacher, vocal coach and professional artist, Sydney based vocalist and songwriter Tina (aka Mys T) has been inspiring and capturing audiences for over 15 years. She has been writing songs, releasing music, performing and making a name for herself in the cyber world with over half a million views and climbing. Her smooth, soulful and eclectic vocals along with her expressive qualities make her a force to be reckoned with. Years of continuous labor and tenacity has lead the songstress to work alongside some of the most talented musicians in the industry.
In 2008, her growing fanbase, known as the Mystifiers, a team of loyal, respectable and supportive listeners to her music. Acknowledging this support, Tina continues to conquer by appearing and working on various radio stations and television shows such as Young Talent Time, Australia’s Got Talent, Australian Idol, XFactor and The Voice Australia.
With a Bachelor in Contemporary Performance and a Masters in Teaching (Music) along with an impressive resume, Tina continues to share her vast knowledge and skills with aspiring singers, making her an inspirational and professional artist. In 2018, Tina utilised her skills and knowledge by appearing as a judge on Channel Seven’s All Together Now.
Tina will always be a student to music and will continue to build her empire with humility, passion, hard work and fierce determination.
Ryan has been writing, performing, arranging, recording, and producing music from the age of 15, and now has 21 years of industry experience including international performances in over 25 countries. He is a passionate, and friendly teacher, keen to see his students grow in their love of music, performance, and self expression. On top of tutoring guitar, ukulele, and live looping, Ryan offers personalised music production & recording packages for his students to experience first-hand the journey from songwriting to streaming. With production credits under his belt which have earned a place on popular, official Spotify playlists, students have the rare opportunity to be empowered by learning how to build their ideas into fully produced songs with as little equipment as a laptop, a USB audio interface, and a microphone. Ryan’s holistic approach helps you understand your creativity above & beyond your instrument of choice. Whether you want to sequence a drumbeat, write the next hit song, or just nail your favourite guitar riff, Ryan has you covered.
A passionate, experienced and committed performer who leaps enthusiastically into all opportunities that present themselves. Her desire to perform began at the young age of 3 where she began dance lessons at Davin Griffith Jones School of Performing Arts, since then she has trained at 5 different dance schools including The Next Step Performing Arts in a multitude of styles. Her development in dance encouraged her to move towards a more holistic approach to performing arts and she began private singing lessons in 2008 as well as participating in various drama groups and classes. In 2011 Emily tried out for her first musical ‘Oliver!’ with Packemin Productions and gained a place in the children’s ensemble. This experience sparked her interest in musical theatre and she has, since then, been involved in over 20 musicals with both lead, supporting and ensemble roles. Her professional musical theatre debut was the production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the capitol theatre in 2012/13, where she learnt a lot about the professional world of performing arts. More recently, Emily has been involved in Shrek the Musical, Cats, Les Miserable, Annie, Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, Back to the 80s and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. This year Emily was fortunate enough the play the role of G(a)linda in the Riverside Girls High School production of ‘Wicked’. Emily has recently finished the HSC (2019) and was voted to obtain the leadership role of Performance Captain at her school. This role required her to run and organise the weekly school choir and support young performers at her school in reaching their potential and building confidence. Not only does Emily have a wealth of experience in musical theatre but has also been in a number of professional dance shows and shorts films. Both of her short films ‘Mother’ and ‘Baby baby’ were selected for the Melbourne International Film Festival in 2015 and introduced her to other exciting areas of the performing arts. In 2017, Emily was selected to join the cast of 12 girls in the Australian premiere production of ‘Girls Like that’ with ATYP and the following year, 2018, she was selected as a featured artist for Southern Stars ‘Iconic’, where she sang both solo and in group performances. Emily is only 18 years old and already has a vast array of experience in all areas of the performing arts, she is always happy to share her experience in order to assist young performers in their creative journey. She is extremely committed to helping young people develop their skills and not only grow as performers but as individuals as well.
Brodie is a passionate, energetic and down to earth Singer-Songwriter, Voice Coach and Performer. Completing her Bachelor of Contemporary Music at JMC Academy in 2019, Brodie continues to be a familiar face in Sydney’s music scene. Growing up on the coast, with an itch for music and performance, she took part in many local productions, such as Players Theatre’s sold-out show ‘Grease The Musical’, and was blessed to play the roles of The Cheshire Cat and Amy Winehouse in local productions. Singing her way through school, she was selected to be a part of ‘Valley Vox Choir’, where she had the opportunity to sing at the Opera House and School Spectacular 3 years in a row. Alongside her passion for singing, she was also interested in Musical Theatre, Dancing at state levels along the Mid-North Coast up until 2017, and working as a featured dance choreographer for her schools musicals. Brodie was also selected to enrol in a private Drama Institution, who were lucky enough to be selected for the State Drama Festival in 2010, performing at the Seymour Centre in Sydney, which was always a dream she had growing up. Her hard work paid off when she received the Coastal Music Award both in 2015 and 2017, as well as the Performing Arts award in 2016. Further, being awarded her school’s Academic Excellence Award for 1st in HSC Drama and Music, securing her place as a featured singer in ‘Bravissimo’; a concert held at the ‘Glasshouse’, which featured the best music students from around the coast. After leaving High School, she set out to pursue her dream as a musician, auditioning for Berklee’s sister school, JMC Academy and enrolling as a Songwriting & Vocals Major. Studying Music at a higher level opened up her eyes into the Music Industry, allowing her to work with reputable musicians and producers and be trained by music professionals from an array of backgrounds, including: voice technique, composition, songwriting, music theory, ear training and production. Whilst Brodie was still studying, her passion for songwriting grew even more, writing new songs and creating demo’s each week. This helped her become a selected artist in Universal Music’s Artist and Repertoire program that took place at JMC Academy. Brodie’s talent, passion and hard work enabled her to become a paid, working artist, gigging around Sydney at venues such as Lazybones, Bed Bar Glebe, Cafe Noun and Chatswood’s Student Festival. Brodie has also been working hard in the studio, writing her own music and collaborating with other artists, releasing music in 2021. Brodie will also star as a leading role in an upcoming production of ‘Company’, Sondheim musical, showing at the IO Myers Theatre late 2021. Not only does she have a passion for singing, performing and songwriting, but holds an overwhelming affection for teaching. Brodie has been teaching for a number of years now, specialising in vocals and songwriting, helping aspiring musicians reach their goals. Brodie has an enthusiastic and compassionate teaching approach, and aims to build her student’s confidence, passion and musicianship.
My daughter was 7 years old when she started lessons with Emma Deans. I searched high and low for a teacher that would be guided by my daughter’s interests and unique ideas. I hit the jackpot with Emma. She’s been terrific in helping Deme become the burgeoning performer she desires to be. The concerts are always heartwarming and showcase all ages and all abilities of students in the singing school. Deme started working with Luke when she was 11 years old. He brings the best out in her by making her feel comfortable while getting her to work hard at the same time. I recommend Emma Deans Sings to anyone, any age.
Emma (Dems Mum)
Emma teaches my nine-year-old daughter, Saskia. Saskia absolutely adores her weekly lesson. Emma has taken her a long way in one year. The environment is relaxed and supportive, but the lessons are also aimed at extending and challenging students. The concerts are a great way to see what the students have achieved and give them the chance to perform. Highly recommended.
Emma is proof that singing is something that can be learned! She has made an amazing difference with my son (age 13), not only with his singing voice, but also his confidence. What I love most about Emma is that she is able to see and nurture to fruition the best in a person’s abilities. My son loves his singing lessons with Emma, and it is quite amazing to see how far along he has come in such a short period of time.