Alla's Music Studio can help you master your voice and take your singing to new heights. We offer singing lessons in Melbourne for aspiring vocalists of all ages and skill levels, whether you're just looking to sing your favourite songs or starting a career in music. Choose the style of singing you're looking to learn and our teachers can tailor your lessons to help you reach your goals.
Book your first trial vocal lessons in Melbourne by contacting us online, or call us today for more information.
Personalised Singing Lessons In Melbourne
Everyone learns differently, regardless of whether you're learning singing, an instrument, or general music theory. To ensure you can learn in the way that suits you best, our lessons are tailored to your needs. Our teachers base their lessons on one of four streams of musical education, read our curriculum. Then customise your lessons to ensure you get as much as possible out of them. Whether you're just learning for fun, or plan to join a band or take up singing professionally, we can help you take the steps necessary to reach that goal. We also teach a wide range of singing styles such as Classical and Contemporary, as well as Music theatre and drama allowing you to choose the one that fits you best.
For more information about our lessons, talk to our team today.
Benefits Of Learning To Sing
Learning to sing is a fantastic way to improve your musical ability. It will help you hear pitches better, build familiarity with musical concepts, and ensure you can sing your favourite songs. If you already play, or are learning to play a musical instrument, learning to sing can build on your other lessons and help you round out your skills as a musician and performer. Here are some other reasons to take singing lessons in Melbourne:
- Better posture
- Improved breath capacity and lung volume
- Decreased stress and increased mental alertness
- Better connection with your audience (i.e. empathy)
- Improved confidence
- Increased capacity to handle communicating to large audiences
- Developed ability to express oneself creatively
Our Singing Teachers
The human voice is perhaps the most important instrument we as humans have access to. The subtle elements of the voice can paint emotive, visceral masterpieces on the words we speak and even on those we don't. The human voice is also perhaps the most versatile instrument and has its roots in almost every style of music. Lessons with Liam will unlock your vocal capabilities and channel them freely into your stylistic passions utilising his versatile capacities and experience. Liam has extensive experience in contemporary, pop and jazz styles as well as the traditions of Musical Theatre and Classical singing. He will provide a strong foundation of technique that will enhance a student's capabilities to release their "inner voice"; the music closest to who they are. Most importantly, Liam's priority is to garner serious exponential improvement alongside the inherently pure joy that music brings to all of us in a low-pressure, understanding environment.
Gabe is currently entering his third year at Monash University, studying a degree in Music Performance (Popular Piano and Voice)
Playing piano since the age of four, Gabe has immersed himself in various styles of music, stemming from Classical, Jazz, Pop, RnB/Soul, Blues and Rock.
You can listen Gabe playing piano: https://youtu.be/VlOAtW_OOe4
Whilst piano is a specialty of his, Gabe is also an experienced vocalist, having studied Popular Voice and Vocal Mechanics, prior to transitioning to his piano studies. However, you will often hear his voice emanating behind the keys of a piano!
Here you can find Gabe's musical Instagram page:https://www.instagram.com/gabezaf/?hl=en
Along with a couple links to his original works:
Summer City Cruise (Male Vocals, Keyboard solo, Lyrics and Composition)
Spectre (A re-composition film scoring project, Gabe on Piano, Male Vocals, Lyrics and Composition)
Gabe's main influences and inspirations stem largely from piano/vocalists such as:
- Billy Joel
- Ray Charles
- Stevie Wonder
- Michael McDonald (The Doobie Brothers)
- Donald Fagen (Steely Dan)
- Cory Henry (The Funk Apostles)
- Improvisation (implementing relevant scales and chords to match the appropriate key)
- Textual understanding (dynamic control, rhythmic variation, tension and release)
- Learning by ear (linking theory to make intuitive learning easier)
- Notes and chart reading (understanding key, form and rhythm)
- Hand techniques, fingering and right hand/left hand coordination
- Singing and playing piano simultaneously
- Practice routines
- Performance practice! Aspects of performance including stage presence, storytelling and entertainment.
But the most important learning factor Gabe would like to pursue with students, is creating their own unique, individual sound!
Gabe's teaching methods will inspire you with creativity, fun and excitement, for all ages, as sessions will be tailored towards each student's individual needs!
Jude Hill is currently studying music at the University of Melbourne's Conservatorium of Music.
Jude began his musical studies in voice as a member of Young Voices of Melbourne and has had extensive choral training in solfege and using the Kodaly method since 2008. He is currently a member of Exaudi choir conducted by Mark O'Leary OAM, with whom he has toured across Australia and Japan. Jude is passionate about sharing his love of music in a wide range of styles, as well as giving students a firm technical and theoretical foundation which will enhance their further progress.
Zachary Lazarevski ( teaches online only )
Zachary is currently studying jazz, majoring in vocal performance at Monash University.
He previously studied piano performance at The University of Melbourne at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (2012). He also has a TAFE diploma in popular music performance (2008).
Zachary is the author of the highly rated book "How To Sing Any Song - 14 Secret Vocal Hacks" click this link to read the book: https://www.amazon.com.au/How-Sing-Any-Song-Practical-ebook/dp/B07NSYPMFT
Zachary is the singer-pianist at Christ Church St Kilda. He previously performed regularly as singer-pianist on the Bourke Street Mall, where only the most experienced and professional buskers may perform.
He is also the founder and head vocal coach of the meetup group "Learn to Sing Melbourne" which has over 1600 members. Check out Learn to Sing Melbourne on Meetup: https://meetu.ps/c/2KYt1/gK1yd/a
Zachary's vocal lesson videos on "How to Sing Like James Arthur" https://youtu.be/LIUMMSO3FhM and https://youtu.be/hHU__NIzEto on his YouTube channel "Learn Music Like Language" have been viewed over 10,000 times. These videos have dozens of great reviews such as "your voice is gorgeous," "It's really helpful and useful!" "How many years have you been singing? Your voice is awesome!" "you really helped me, thanks," and "best teacher."
Zachary is also a highly experienced teacher of jazz and pop piano, songwriting, ear training and improvisation.
He can teach you all the skills you need to be a professional singer-songwriter who can also play piano and guitar.
Zachary teaches for pleasure as well as preparing students for the AMEB classical, contemporary and Rockschool exams.
Get A Trial Singing Lesson Today
Looking to get started? Book a trial lesson today and find out if Alla's Music Studio is right for you with no commitment necessary. Talk to our team today for more information on vocal lessons in Melbourne, or request a trial lesson with a teacher online to get started. We also offer free trial lessons for groups that are already running.
We offer face to face and online individual and group lessons.
We provide preparation for AMEB, ABRSM, VCE and other examinations.
We organize student's performances several times a year.
We can book music lessons for all of your children at the same day and time.
We can sell and hire music instruments and books for you from our studio.
Discounts are available for families with multiple children enrolled, as well as for multiple lessons booked in a week.