Trish Couper (Coolum)
Trish is a Contemporary Singer and has been involved in the Australian music industry for over 45 years, performing professionally, and travelling widely (Throughout Australia and the UK), in a variety of line-ups from duo to 10-piece band, covering musical genres from jazz/blues to rock and Musical Theatre. I have worked in recording studios as a session singer on albums and advertising jingles for TV and radio.
As a songwriter she has recorded her own album of original songs, and has collaborated in the writing and recording of numerous other original music projects.
In the early 80s initiated the formation of the Cairns Musicians’ Club and Jazz Forum and, in 1987, was instrumental in the production of the ‘SCOAP’ Album (Sunshine Coast Original Album Project) – which brought together and recorded popular local musicians and enabled them to receive high rotation airplay on local radio stations.
For the past 15 years, as well as continuing to perform, Trish studied Vocal Pedagogy (contemporary voice) at the Qld Conservatorium of Music in Brisbane, under Dr Irene Bartlett. She has worked at Peregian Beach College as teacher support officer, music faculty assistant and singing teacher, active in the production of school musicals, musical events and choirs. Trish now has studios at Saint Andrews Anglican College, Peregian Springs, at her home in Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast, and stays connected and up to date with vocal pedagogy dept at the Qld Conservatorium in Brisbane. Trish runs an adult Community Choir on the Sunshine Coast.
- Grad Dip Music Studies – Vocal Pedagogy – Griffith University Conservatorium of Music
- Certificate III – Teacher Support.
- Blue Card Holder
What’s in a Lesson?
- Anatomy & Physiology of the Voice
- Understanding Alignment
- Body Work & Your Instrument
- Vocal Exercises and Vocal Health
- Breath Management
- Joy of Singing
- Facilitator AMEB Singing Examinations
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“Singing is an All Brain Activity!”
Sue Bond (Maroochydore)
Sue is a singing teacher in Maroochydore who has for the past 20 years has been teaching voice technique in private and public schools and teaches privately from her own studio in Maroochydore. Sue has also been very active in the production of school singing concerts and musical events.
Sue studied voice at Perth Conservatorium and Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University and graduated with High Distinction in the Graduate Certificate in Music Studies / Vocal Pedagogy.
As a Singing teacher in Maroochydore & member of ANATS (Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing), Sue is informed continually of new developments in Voice Science and regularly attends Voice Seminars with International and National leaders in this field.
Private voice instruction and consultation with Sue provides students/clients with individual guidance via a comprehensive training programme, development of a well-rounded, adaptable technique and an individual, personal vocal style, necessary for excellent performance.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the country on which I sing, work and share, the Kabi Kabi and Jinibara people, and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. I pay my respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.