I have always been passionate about teaching and sharing my love for music. Beginning my singing journey at a very young age (only 7), I understand the importance of having a good teacher during any stage of your music development. I have been fortunate with my teachers and educators, who demonstrated me a true excellence in this complex craft and aspired me to share the love for music through educating others. Having a long history of learning singing and a 3 year experience in teaching it, I developed a successful lesson structure that now helps students achieve their goals and grow a greater passion for singing.
A bit more about me: I am a Bachelor of Music (Classical Voice) graduate from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, who studied under the President of the Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing – Shelli Hulcombe. A recipient of the Royal Northern College of Music Scholarship (Manchester), as well as Società Dante Alighieri Scholarship. Within my study at the Queensland Conservatorium I have been awarded Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence every year of my degree.
In addition to these, I have been fortunate to be awarded with 2011 Brisbane City Council Junior Championship Trophy – Brisbane Eisteddfod, a second place in the International Vocal Competition “I sing for you, Russia” 2009 in Velikiye Luki, a Presidential Award for Young Talents 2008 in Minsk and a third place in the International Vocal Competition “Little Opera” 2008 in Kohtla-Järve.