Paige has been teaching voice for nearly 10 years now (a natural evolution for many professional musicians). Apart from vocal teaching,  she currently also teaches the occasional brass or guitar student and song writing.

Her teaching style encourages students to find their ‘own voice’ which is built on a foundation of good vocal technique.  She also teaches in a manner which often sees  positive flow on effects into other areas of people lives such as improved self esteem, self talk, can do attitude and resilience.

Paige welcomes high school students who are undertaking or planning to undertake VET or VCE music or teenagers who are interested in taking their singing further, and adults at any level.

With a background in social welfare and community work, Paige is also skilled to work with students with complex needs such as anxiety, depression, asperges and autism, psychiatric health issues, disabilities, history of family violence or abuse etc. If you are looking for lessons to support confidence, resilience and personal growth or for a teacher with a deeper understanding of students with greater needs or history of trauma, Paige may be the perfect fit.

Use the contact form to get in touch.

Some feedback from 2018 students:

“I literally learn more with you in your gorgeous home studio than I have anywhere else, your presence became comforting and reassuring throughout my general life – not just during lessons! You’re a very understanding person, which helped ME understand MYSELF better – new perspectives and opportunities, outside opinions and praise… all led to a whirlwind of self-awareness and beautiful thoughts… and best of all, CONFIDENCE. You taught me the value of confidence and persistence, resilience and MISTAKES. What I took from my lessons with you, including strengthened skills in singing, AND your awesome little visualisations and metaphors, are parts of me that I will cherish forever through all of life’s endeavours. You f*ing ROCK – thankyou to the moon and back Paige.”

“Paige you are fantastic. Singing lessons are a highlight in my very stressful year of a life as a working mother.” (Chrissy, 40 something-year-old mother and professional musician and teacher)

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