Masters in Vocal Pedagogy, BMus Jazz Voice, Voice/guitar/piano
“...I have high expectations of teachers particularly when it comes to their ability to engage learners. I have been impressed with Lucinda’s dedication as a teacher evident from her extensive knowledge of learning styles and preferences, preparation, lesson planning and patience. My children thoroughly enjoyed learning from Lucinda, so much so that when she went on extended leave recently, they would not learn from anyone else!” Chitrita Mukerjee, parent and director Odissi Music and Dance Co.
Lucinda Peters is an Australian singer, musician, recording artist and performer with a BMus in Jazz voice from ANU. While she is engaged in her own career, she holds an equal passion and enthusiasm for teaching.
She has toured extensively within Australia, the USA, Europe and Japan as a soloist artist and band leader, playing with some of Australia’s leading jazz musicians. Australian jazz legend, Don Burrows, dedicated to inspiring young musicians has been an inspirational mentor and co-producer of her first recording. Her own voice teachers have included Vince Jones-jazz voice; Robyn Wells (Sydney Conservatorium of Music)-classical voice. Lucinda has also been a member of chamber and jazz choirs (Adelaide Connection) and has conducted vocal ensembles. She is currently undertaking Masters in Vocal Pedagogy at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music where she is studying with highly regarded vocal pedagogue, Irene Bartlett.
In addition to her vocal skills and achievements, Lucinda is also an accomplished in guitar, double bass and piano and welcomes any students wishing to learn these instruments.
These details were last updated on February 7, 2019