Singing Lessons Brisbane
Brisbane Music Studio is proud to have some of the most highly QUALIFIED singing teachers in Brisbane! Whether you’re advanced and experienced, or new and beginning, whether you just want to tackle a favourite song or study singing at university, Brisbane Music Studio has a fantastic teacher for you. All BMS teachers are EXPERIENCED and ENERGETIC so you can be assured your training is of the highest standard.
Warm and nurturing environment
Two high quality showcases per year
Passionate and qualified teachers
All ages welcome- children to adults
Brisbane Music Studio- Fun, Skill and Confidence!
2017 Lesson Prices
2017 Lesson Cost
30 minutes: $41.50 (private)
45 minutes: $62.25 (private)
60 minutes: $83.00 (private)
15 minutes: $22.00 (ages 4-6)
shared 30: $23.65 (guitar and singing only)
All prices include GST.
Lesson Structure and Billing
Brisbane Music Studio offers up to three, no obligation lessons to start charged at the rate above. If you’re happy to continue we then invoice you for the remainder of the term, and on a term to term basis thereafter.
In addition to lesson fees, all students are charged $11 per term (incl GST) for licensing and the provision of all lesson resources.
Friday Fun Day- Book Friday Lessons to Save 10%.
That means you'll pay for 9 and have the 10th lesson free in a 10 week term!
Brisbane Music Studio: Meet Our Singing Teachers
Leah Bond (Owner / Director)
Leah (BMTheatre, BEd, MasterMusStudies) is an experienced contemporary voice teacher with a history in performance. She began her classical training when 12 years old, completing grade 7 Trinity College classical exams. After school she went on to study classical voice at university. After one year of classical voice, she transferred to the pioneering Bachelor of Music Theatre (CQCM) studying under leading contemporary voice teachers Beth Allen and Raymond Connell.After completing her Music Theatre degree, she successfully undertook a Bachelor of Education at Griffith University with specialties in teaching secondary school music and drama. With the establishment of The Singer's Studio (now the Brisbane Music Studio) and the passion to be the best contemporary vocal coach she can be, in 2006 she graduated from a Master of Music Studies, majoring in Contemporary Vocal Pedagogy and Performance from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music while studying contemporary voice under the esteemed Irene Bartlett. Her extensive studies and her ongoing commitment to research and learning ensure she is well schooled in the field of teaching contemporary voice.
Leah has had a lead role in many productions including Into the Woods, and And the World Goes Round, has understudied such roles as the Swallow for The Happy Prince and has also had parts in Les Miserables and Grease. She has recorded an album, has completed a variety of solo performances, including being selected to sing with the orchestra at the Mackay entertainment centre after placing in the prestigious concerto competition, her own sell out solo cabaret show 'A Moment With Me' and various and varied professional gigs.
Leah has also gigged regularly with various bands and duos.As well as the Brisbane Music Studio, Leah also owns and produces the Brisbane adults vocal ensemble 'The Sound Collective' and carries a Blue Card for working with children.
Amy Michaels has been performing around Brisbane professionally for the past 10 years, in that time working with some of the best musicians in South East Queensland. Amy has been teaching over the past four years and brings her studies in Pedagogy and practical experience to Brisbane Music Studio in Contemporary Music, Music Theatre and light classical songs.
As a lead singer, Amy has forged a career that is already established at corporate functions, resorts, weddings and many venues around Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Amy is already well known by her current guitar/vocal duo Two Darn Hot, funk/soul band ‘Garage D’or’, Rock band ‘Le Groove’, and previous work with bands such as Powerplay, *amiss duo and session work for advertising and musical groups around SE Queensland.
Amy was as finalist in the ABC 612 Jazz Vocal Competition in 2007, and received a high commendation for her song ‘A Moment To Myself’ from the MusicOz awards, 2008.Also achieving no less than honours standard for her AMEB classical vocal exams, Amy has also achieved a Diploma of Classical Voice.
Erin Munn completed her Bachelor of Music in Contemporary Performance and Pedagogy at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Erin has always had a love of music and this has now transcended into a professional career in music with teaching and performing being at the forefront. From the age of 10, Erin has received private vocal lessons and she is continually studying vocal pedagogy to provide her students with an understanding of their instrument, healthy vocal technique as well as a passion for their own unique voice. She has experience in many different styles of music and can teach Jazz, Contemporary, Musical theatre and Classical voice.
Throughout her musical career, Erin has had opportunities to tour nationally and internationally at various international festivals such as the BBC Proms in London, Festival 500 in Canada and The Melbourne Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony. She has also had the opportunity to perform as a soloist alongside the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Erin is thrilled to be teaching at Brisbane Music Studio and to be able to share her passion for music and creative expression through singing with her students.
Mikaela is an experienced jazz/contemporary singer, and is currently undertaking her fourth year in a Bachelor of Music in Performance and Pedagogy at the Queensland Conservatorium. She began her music studies at age 8, and has many years of classical piano and clarinet training, and music theory, as well as contemporary vocal training.With such a comprehensive background in music, Mikaela has branched into many different styles and performance opportunities, including touring Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, and most recently Israel and Germany with world-class choir, The Australian Voices. She has performed in many Conservatorium-based ensembles, such as the elite jazz vocal ensemble Continuum, the ConKlezmer Orchestra, the Brazilian Ensemble, and the New Music Ensemble to list a few.
Mikaela performs regularly in small jazz ensembles around Brisbane, and in 2013 created the New Chamber Music Society, comprising a string quartet and a jazz band playing contemporary jazz music together.With her extensive musical education and range of performing experiences, Mikaela is passionate about teaching students to be all-rounded musicians, who can read, write, perform, understand, and love the music they sing.
Ajhriahna Moore has always had a passion for singing and performance. She began solo vocal performances when she was only six years old and hasn’t stopped since. Ajhriahna began her training as an early childhood teacher in 2007 and since then has moved on to teach people of all ages and skill levels. She began studying her Bachelor of Music (Jazz Voice) in 2008 and has had experience learning, teaching and performing in many styles including Jazz, Music Theatre and classic and contemporary popular music styles.
Ajhriahna has collaborated on many eclectic musical projects and has had the opportunity to arrange for bands, sing in small and large vocal ensembles, perform and tour in small ensembles and most recently collaborate with musicians during her stay in Nauru. She is currently performing in a Jazz duo project and an Andrews Sisters Tribute Band in and around Brisbane, writing original tunes and working on an instructional book aimed at singers who would like to learn how to accompany themselves on piano.
Elissa is a contemporary singer with a passion for teaching and performing. Approaching lessons with a nurturing attitude, Elissa encourages students to achieve their singing goals, whilst also ensuring they develop an efficient vocal technique to suit their vocal and performance needs. Coaching contemporary styles of singing (Jazz, Pop, Music Theatre) she enjoys working with singers of all ages and sharing her knowledge and love of music.
Recently completing a Masters of Music specialising in Vocal Pedagogy at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music Elissa was privileged to learn from acclaimed pedagogue Irene Bartlett. Studying at the Conservatorium has allowed Elissa's teaching to become thoughtful and utilise up-to-date voice science and teaching models. Elissa regularly performs across South East Queensland in Vocal/Guitar Duo Shark & Wine. Specialising in jazz and popular repertoire, her experiences provide helpful insight into the music industry for students.
Lucia Medeiros Hodge was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and has been living in Brisbane since late 2006.With a background in marketing and advertising and an MBA in e-commerce, Lucia decided to follow an old passion and studied a Bachelor of Music at the Queensland Conservatorium, specializing in Jazz Voice. Under the guidance of Irene Bartlett, Sharny Russell, Lisa Ryan-Mc Laughlin and David Spicer, Lucia could develop her skills as a singer, performer and musician, performing with various Conservatorium-based ensembles as the jazz choir “Raised Voices” and, the Brazilian ensemble, amongst other jazz ensembles. As a performer, Lucia has become a Latin Jazz specialist and formed in 2011 the Brazilian Jazz band “Coisa Linda”, with whom she has been performing around Queensland since then.
It was in 2013 that Lucia started teaching voice and, to become the best teacher she could be to her students, she went back to the Queensland Conservatorium to study a Graduate Diploma of Music Studies in Vocal Pedagogy. The course gave Lucia the tools to guide her students towards finding their own voice and style, singing the music they love in a healthy way. Lucia believes that once you understand how your voice works and develop critical awareness towards your own singing, it is easier to become a better singer and achieve technical vocal control. Lucia can also speak (and sing in) Portuguese, Spanish and French, teaching Portuguese and Spanish to all ages and levels, besides being a talented songwriter in her field.
Her song “Para de Bobeira” was a finalist in the World Music category for the prestigious Queensland Music Awards in 2015 and another composition (“Pois entao”) was highly commended in the World Music category for the Queensland Music Awards (2014).
Julia's musical tuition began at the age of nine, undertaking classical singing lessons. After years of eisstedfods, ameb exams, crafting her own songs and performing she branched into contemporary singing where she found a passion for jazz music that led her to auditioning for and completing a Bachelor at the Conservatorium of Music majoring in Jazz Voice. This new direction saw her perform at the Brisbane Jazz Club, The Powerhouse Museum and other venues in Brisbane while growing a skill set in contemporary singing genres, songwriting techniques, multi-instrumental abilities and teaching.
While participating in ensembles, writing her own music, performing and teaching around Brisbane, Julia's desire to learn more about the voice and provide a greater teaching versatility guided her towards her current masters degree in Vocal pedagogy. Her studies have cemented a wealth of knowledge regarding the voice and Julia's personal musical experience has helped her create a balanced teaching philosophy. This philosophy aims to inspire the development of healthy, free, natural voices through the application of factual information, positive teaching techniques and exploration of sound.
Julia is currently finishing her Masters studies at the Conservatorium of Music while also performing with her duo 'Jayne' in the Brisbane Area.