Donna Cain has a very good grasp of technique. Students that study with Donna and put in the required practice learn a very robust, dependable breathing technique that gives the voice power and freedom to sing without strain, greatly extends the vocal range, brings out the individual timbre of your own voice and enables you to sing consistently in tune.
Since Donna is herself performing every week she walks her talk, having to sing for extended periods without vocal strain, understanding performance pressures, is proficient in singing in a number of languages and can coach you on audition technique, vocal expression, etc.
Donna Cain has a Bachelor of Music Degree.
Donna achieved her vocal technique by studying extensively with acclaimed opera singers in Europe, The UK and Australia. Donna's own teachers included Ann Howard in the UK, Robert Bickerstaff and Amanda Thane in Sydney, and Prizrenka McCray in The Netherlands.
Donna has twice sung live on 2GB Radio (873AM) and been interviewed about her singing career by DJ Chris Smith.
Donna has performed for events, including a Roseville Music Club recital with Ensemble Spiritoso, three Glebe Music Festivals, Concord Spring Fair, Campbelltown Cultural Festival and Ku-ring-gai Council’s Twilight Concert in the Park.
In 2015, Donna performed as soloist with a 62-piece symphony orchestra for Peace Concert,
held at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Donna has performed the lead roles of Queen of the Night in the Magic Flute, Marsinah in Kismet and Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance.
Donna sings for corporate functions. Her clients have included Parliamentary Catering and NSW Parliamentary Lions Club for events held at NSW Parliament House, as well as Ilve and Maserati.
As well, Donna has performed in clubs as a band member, singing solos and with the band, and playing percussion.
Donna performs regularly for Aged Care Concerts and in churches. Donna also performs in a pop duo, and as an opera soloist for councils.