Take Your Singing Beyond
What Even You Thought Was Possible
Teen Singers Private Singing Lessons & Group Singing Classes For Young Adults aged 12-18 Years
Whether you are already a powerful singer/performer looking to improve technique and build your set list. Or you are just starting out and need to find your voice and build confidence.
Our Teen Singers Private Singing Lessons and Group Singing lessons will give you the knowledge, support and coaching you need to reach your singing goals.
We have worked with thousands of students over the years to take them beyond what tehy thought was possible!
We have three star creating, vocal training options for you…
We have Three Powerful Offerings for Our Teen Singers!
Aged 12- 18 years
Songwriting and Production
Learn to write, produce and record your own songs.
Working towards your own EP and set list for live performance.
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 Teen Singers Perform Below
We consider it a real privilege to support you to unleash your voice on stage like these performers
A Key Aspect Of All Our Teen Singers Classes will be
Our Specially Designed Scales…
Developed in collaboration with world renowned vocalist Andrea Catzel, Emma Deans Sings Vocal Warmups is the perfect accompaniment to your Singing Classes. These scales are used at the beginning of every class at Emma Deans Sings Singing School and are recommended to be used as part of your daily practice.
These scales are designed especially for new and more experienced singers 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 teacher can be a role model and confidant and we take this seriously only picking teachers who fit within our values and passion for helping you express yourself fully in a safe and supportive environment. All our teachers are also performers in their own right. Working across the music industry from performing to production.
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.
Hailing from the coastal town of Port Macquarie, Emily has always had a strong passion for music. Picking up the piano at age 5, it has been a life-long love ever since. She began songwriting in her early teens, inspired by the likes of Sarah Bareilles, Missy Higgins and Florence and The Machine. During her school years, Emily participated in any musical and creative activity she could, including Jazz Band, where she performed as the lead vocalist and flautist. During this time, she participated in a variety of local theatre shows, in both lead and ensemble roles. Being cast as Sandy in the Grease production was a highlight of this time.
Emily achieved her AMEB Grade 7 Piano in 2015 and has taught many students from a range of abilities and ages. In 2017, after completing the HSC, she moved to the UK and worked as an assistant teacher in the creative arts department of an independent prep-school. Here she assisted in music tuition, private instrument classes and choirs. In May 2020, Emily completed her Bachelor of Music, Songwriting with a voice major at JMC Academy in Sydney. She firmly believes that music should be a part of every young person’s life and as it plays a key role in their learning and development.
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.
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.
We are Excited & Honoured to Have You Join Us
In Our Teen Singers Singing Classes!
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