Learn to Sing - $19 for 3 Private Singing Lessons from West End Alumni Chris Fennessy with Brisbane Performance Studio ($105 value)
- 3 x 30-minute private singing lessons
- $10 voucher towards next lesson
- Individual attention with a top performer
- Absorb correct choral techniques
- Strengthen vocal weaknesses
- Laid back, welcoming atmosphere
- 1 voucher per person
- Purchase additional as gifts
- Valid for 5 months
- Booking required
- See Brisbane Performance Academy's website for cancellation policy
The world’s most classic vocals arguably include the gravelly queries of Like a Rolling Stone, Aretha Franklin’s hubby crackdown in Respect and festively wailed renditions of “Hiding, somewhere in the niiii-iiii-iiii-iiiight” from Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’. Channel beloved musical contemporaries with today’s deal: $19 for three 30-minute private singing lessons and more from professional performer Chris Fennessy at Brisbane Performance Studio ($105 value).
Chanteuses and crooners of all abilities boost confidence courtesy of Chris Fennessy’s relaxed non-intimidating singing lessons at Brisbane Performance Studio. Whether styled in stirring James Hetfield snarls, billowing Beyoncé vocals or Miles Davis musicianship, Brisvegas Australian Groupies rock up for a series of three 30-minute private lessons. Solo singers take centre stage with Les Misérables alumni Fennessy, indulging in a comfortable, fun atmosphere. A spacious, warm studio sets the scene for scale warbling, pitch refining and correct techniques, replete with keyboards and kitchen facilities. Beginners delight in a push in the right direction, while more experienced songbirds lap up thoughtful guidance and insider tips from an established expert. Fennessy finesses sweet sopranos, alluring altos and beckoning baritones in contemporary genres from pop, rock and jazz to musical theatre.
Brisbane Performance Studio draws on 15 years’ experience of music’s loftiest heights. London’s West End was Fennessy’s backdrop during over 2500 performances as Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, with invitations to sing at the Rugby League World Cup. Schooled at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, he cut his teeth on operas such as Tosca and became a regular on the concert circuit with the ABC Australian Sinfonia and Colin Harper’s Queensland Pops Orchestra. Serenaders craving further choral workouts enjoy a $10 voucher towards their fourth lesson.