Treasure your voice - it's the only one of it's kind in the world!
Learn how to build a solid vocal technique
Through clear, efficient and healthy vocal production.
Build your confidence
Develop tools for self-esteem and performing on stage.
Add to your qualifications
Through Trinity Classical and Music theatre exams, ANZCA exams,
Rockschool London exams and NCEA credits
Build your performance CV
Regular opportunities to perform at singing festivals, competitions and IRMT teacher concerts, as well as lots of other cool things!
Group lessons for Under 12s
Enquire here about Taranaki Children's Choir.
New enrolments are taken in the first two weeks of each new term.
We are taking a Popclub break in Term 3 but will be back in Term 4!
AIRMTNZ / Adv. Dip Ex. Mus (Massey/Wellington Conservatorium of Music)
Member of NEWZATS (NZ Association of Singing Teachers)
Singing is good for you.
I offer one-one-one bespoke singing lessons that are crafted for each individual voice and personality. I mainly teach children and teenagers (minimum age for one-on-one lessons starts from 10 years old). For younger children, please enquire about joining the Taranaki Children's Choir.
Lessons help develop poise, confidence and tools to deal with nerves and public performing.
I'll always be a lifelong student of the voice and am fascinated by everything it can do.
Lessons are built around developing awareness so you can enhance your sound, alignment, and breath management.We study diction, ear training, language, performance skills and acting through song and drama.
Opportunities to sing in public come through local singing festivals and competitions, choir concerts, registered music teacher concerts, workshops and masterclasses with visiting experts, music theatre productions and Trinity classical and music theatre exams.
Contact New Plymouth's representative of the Institute of Registered Music Teachers of New Zealand (IRMTNZ), Elaine Schreiber on 06-758 3278.
Elaine will be able to put you in touch with local teachers who offer piano lessons.
Alternatively, visit the Learn Music New Zealand IRMTNZ website for more information or to find a local music teacher in your area: