Learn from the real deal! Hayley Jensen is a high profile, professional, award winning performing and recording artist with over 15+ years experience in the music industry, coupled with expertise in coaching and corporate consulting.
Vocal and performance coaching will be tailored to all levels of experience. In these focused one-on-one sessions, we will address proper vocal technique and break any bad habits that may have formed, as well as explore the performance and expression aspect of singing, and using your whole body to tell the story of the song.
Where possible, there may be opportunities to perform live, write original songs, and even record. You can also enjoy guidance and assistance when preparing for upcoming auditions, competitions and productions, and learn more about the entertainment industry.
Where relevant, artists will be introduced to key industry professionals, with the ultimate aim of helping you to reach the next level, whatever that may be for you.
Depending where you are at in your journey, this could mean getting you into the studio to record your own songs or connect you with professionals who will produce your own music video.
Hayley placed 4th on the 2nd series of Australian Idol, and had an explosive return to the small screen in 2014 on The Voice, mentored by Kylie Minogue, who described Hayley as ‘the whole package’. She has performed for the Prime Minister on numerous occasions, for the troops in the Middle East, at large festivals, corporate events and at all major entertainment centres around the country. She is an award winning, charting recording artists, with her previous album hitting #1 on iTunes and her current record reaching #3 in the ARIA Charts, just behind Australian icons, Kasey Chambers and Keith Urban.
Whilst pursuing her own career, Hayley has also been coaching and mentoring up-coming artists in vocal technique, performance and stage presence, interpreting lyrics, songwriting, and various aspects of the music business.
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These details were last updated on September 28, 2018