So so proud of my 5 beautiful students; Natalie T, Tilli M, Jenna K , Monique R and Emily W – all in the semifinals of the City Of Sydney Junior Singer Of the Year Awards tonight!!!
Today is the launch of our brand new website.
Jack sent us a lovely message!
Alex and Issy Young are outstanding students with an amazing combined effort of 4 firsts, 2 seconds and 3 Highly Commendeds in the Northern Beaches Eisteddfods singing this year! We love you both!
Sydney Vocal Arts singing student Ella Parkinson starring as Juliet with Patrick Parker – what a magnificent pair of star-crossed lovers they were! Catch this while you can at Point Break Drama Dee Why! Great direction Paul Winchester and Blair…
Check out Brandon Koolloos – Sydney Vocal Arts, as ‘Lionel’ in “Back to the 80’s” at the Concourse Theatre. Awesome job buddy – you’re having way too much fun up there!
Download the article as a pdf here DON’T KID YOURSELF, REALITY TV IS TOUGH Both singing mentors and a psychologist warn that many hopeful children will find the reality of talent shows is a painful journey, ROD BENNETT reports. Picture:BRADEN…
So proud of my student Grace Rowland who played Gertrude in a fantastic production of Seussical the Musical on Friday night!!
Huge congratulations to Paolo Lieghio who has just enjoyed his opening night of ‘The Magic Flute’ with Opera Australia. This is Paolo’s debut appearance with the company and we are super proud of him !!!
Well done to Adrian EG who had his opening night of ‘La Boheme’ with Opera Australia on New Year’s Eve! This is his third season of ‘La Boheme’ with the company- what an incredible achievement – go Adrian (I reckon…
Squabbalogic and Grey Gardens will be hosting an “In Conversation” with the Cast and Creatives
of Grey Gardens immediately following the 2pm Matinee performance this Saturday December 5.
Soooo proud of Coen Lovegrove’s Jenna Keenan making her incredibly impressive professional debut in Squabbalogic’s ‘Grey Gardens’.
Chookas to the cast of Manly Musical Society’s season of Evita at the Star of the Sea Theatre. Especially goodluck to Vocal Arts Student, Maeve Cox, in her first community Theatre role as the child soloist and member of the…
It’ll be the beaches, not the hills, which will be alive with the sound of music this summer after five peninsula children were cast to play the Von Trapp family in The Sound Of Music.
We just completed our excellent Sound of Music Workshop with a slew of talented young ladies and gents. Good luck to anyone attending auditions. Break a Leg!