Daniela Leska

A warm welcome! With over ten years' experience in singing teaching people of various ages (primary students through to adults), it brings me utter joy to share my knowledge and experience, whilst guiding each singer to allow their optimal voice to be heard.

A soprano with Opera Australia, I have also thoroughly enjoyed working as a one-on-one voice teacher at leading schools including Ascham School, Melbourne Grammar School, Meriden and Queenwood. I have taught numerous HSC top band voice students at both Ascham and also Meriden.

Whilst I strongly believe in teaching Classical-based technique, I am passionate about a wide range of styles including Classical, Opera, Contemporary, Music Theatre, Pop, Folk and Jazz.

I hold a Graduate Diploma from Perth’s Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and a Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours from Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium of Music; both majoring in Classical Voice.

If you are/ someone you know is interested in singing lessons (and all the joy, creativity, confidence and right-brain stimulation that goes with it), I welcome you to visit my website danielaleska.com or directly enquire.

Online lessons begin with your musical and non-musical goals, your background and, if you're comfortable, you can come with a song prepared to share your voice or we can simply start with some exercises together.

Each lesson is uniquely tailored to develop your singing. I take responsibility for developing your stagecraft, diction, performance confidence, aural and language skills. I integrate vocal technique into my teaching, with sensitivity to age and aptitude. You can then incorporate these skills into your repertoire.

To complement my voice teaching, I have training in yoga and dance; important for instrument awareness and maintenance.

I look forward to hearing from you and the opportunity to both develop and also free your optimal voice.

Please note, I am now based in Singapore and thus offering ONLINE LESSONS ONLY!

Matraville, NSW
Also travelling in the local area


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Details last updated: October 28, 2023