M.Phil (Performance Psychology)
Scarlet Bennett worked as a popular singer (live and as a studio session singer) before training in classical vocal technique with Robert Gard OBE in Sydney in the 1990s. Scarlet has taught in private practice since that time, and she was Head of Music at David Atkins’ Dynamite Dance School of Performing Arts where she taught singing and music theory.
Scarlet holds a Masters degree in Psychology, and her graduate research was in performance psychology. In 2011, she was the Course Convenor for Psychological Strategies for Peak Performance at the Australian National University’s School of Music.
Scarlet is the lead singer, keyboard player and hand drummer in Silent Red and The Burnout.. She teaches singing (contemporary genres and music theatre) and keyboard at Mode Red Studio. She also provides individual coaching for musicians struggling with stage fright.
Scarlet studied audio engineering and music production through a Dublin based college and she is the Ableton Live expert at Mode Red Studio.
These details were last updated on November 20, 2016