Chantelle Hope-Hodgetts is an Australian born Teacher, Singer & Actor. She has recently returned to Australia after spending four years living, studying and working in New York City.
Chantelle is very passionate about teaching, particularly in the area of Singing, Musical Theatre and the integration of Acting and Singing. She has taught for over 10 years and has studied extensively with top voice teachers in both New York City and Australia.
Chantelle specializes in Voice Lessons and vocal technique training for singers of all levels and all ages.
Lessons are offered for Pop, Rock, Hard Rock, R&B, Musical Theatre, Jazz, and Classical singers. Clients include beginners and aspiring artists, as well as established professionals
Voice lessons are tailor-made to each individual singer and their needs and goals.
Voice lessons help vocalists to increase vocal range, build vocal strength, blend smoothly between head voice and chest voice, achieve mixed voice and belt coordinations, master multiple musical and vocal styles, sing high notes with ease, gain confidence for live performance, and eventually achieve technical and artistic mastery.
Even at their first vocal lesson, voice students establish a thorough understanding of their instrument’s strengths and weaknesses, a precise practice plan for improvement, and a clear path for vocal success and transformation. Chantelle is fully devoted to the craft and calling of voice teaching and are joyfully committed to our students’ professional and personal vocal journeys.
Chantelle has studied at AMDA (American Musical and Dramatic Academy) in NYC, Griffith Queensland Conservatorium of Music in Brisbane, Australia and NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Arts) in Sydney, Australia. Chantelle has had the privilege to study with Broadway, Film and Voice professionals such as Elaine Petrocoff-Cohen, Dan Daily, Phillip George, Tom Morrissey, Jason Chaet and Dr Brian Gill and many more.
She has worked extensively as a Singer and Actor in Various forms such as Theatre, Cabaret, Concerts at venues in both New York City and in Australia such as the Don’t Tell Mama, Broadway Comedy Club, Woodstock Playhouse, the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Commonwealth Games opening ceremony and surrounding events, QPAC (Queensland Performing Arts Centre), Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane City Town Hall and many others. More information www.chantellehopehodgetts.com
These details were last updated on April 4, 2018