Articles on ‘Voice’

Australia’s Seann Miley Moore wows judges on X Factor UK

Australia’s Seann Miley Moore wows judges on X Factor UK

He graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) at the end of 2013, appeared in Luckiest Production’s sell out season of Sweet Charity at Hayes Theatre Co and joined the cast of Opera Australia’s The King and I for its Australian tour in 2014. After a stint in Jason Coleman’s Spiegalicious show, Australian performer Seann… Read more.


How to stay show fit (part 2 – The Voice): Rachel Cole with Deb Phyland and Annie Strauch

How to stay show fit (part 2 – The Voice): Rachel Cole with Deb Phyland and Annie Strauch

Welcome to Stage Door Shrink, a regular column aimed at helping performers chortle their way to a #win. Last week, our Show Fit series commenced with advice from Josh Piterman at PitFit – Australia’s only functional fitness and training program aimed at the specific needs of performers at all levels. This week, Rachel Cole showcases part two… Read more.


On another note – Vocal Alchemy’s new 7 minute online singing lessons

On another note – Vocal Alchemy’s new 7 minute online singing lessons

Everything happens online these days, doesn’t it? You can shop on line, study online, communicate and meet new people online. You can work online, play online. And now, you can even learn singing – ONLINE! It’s genius, actually. Tim Smith, one of Australia’s most respected vocal coaches, has carved himself a niche which is really (like,… Read more.


Win a double pass to Puncture at the Sydney Festival

The world premiere of Puncture – a large scale production from three Sydney based companies Legs On The Wall, FORM Dance Projects and VOX – Sydney Philharmonia Choir – will take place at Riverside Theatres from 21 to 25 January as part of Sydney Festival 2015. AussieTheatre are thrilled to be offering two DOUBLE PASSES… Read more.


Prestigious! Australian Singing Competition announces 2013 semi-finalists

It’s a far cry from The Voice! The IFAC Australian Singing Competition (ASC) is Australasia’s richest, and most prestigious, singing competition. It aims to identify and encourage young talented classical singers, and it’s just announced its ten semi-finalists for this year’s competition. The competition, which is open to classical and opera singers under the age… Read more.



Decibelles Are Go! – A chat with Nick Barker-Pendree

Nick Barker-Pendree is on a mission to add a bit of spice and a dash of Razzle Dazzle to the world of traditional female choirs with his newly formed group The Decibelles. Aussie Theatre's Clare Pickering caught up with this multi-talented performer to chat about his latest adventure. Nick Barker-Pendree has many strings to his… Read more.


The Australian Voices bring the Moon to City Recital Hall

The world renowned a cappella group The Australian Voices is bringing their new choral-theatre experience to Sydney’s City Recital Hall on 16th May. Moon by the Australian voices features a 20-strong choir with some serious pedigree. They have performed more than 600 concerts of new Australian music to over 250,000 audience members in more than… Read more.


In conversation with vocal alchemist, Tim Smith

Today we speak to the multi talented and highly passionate Tim Smith who has put his stamp on the Australian musical theatre scene and now on his own label and online singing brand VOCAL ALCHEMY. Tim Smith has over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry. As Artistic Director of Vocal Alchemy, Tim has recently completed… Read more.


Artistic Director Kris Stewart’s top picks for Hobart’s Festival of Voices

Artistic Director Kris Stewart’s top picks for Hobart’s Festival of Voices

It has been speculated that Tasmania is one of Australia’s most culturally rich states and Kris Stewart – Artistic Director of Hobart’s Festival of Voices –wholeheartedly agrees. For the second year running, Stewart (a self confessed ‘outsider’ who has moved to Tasmania) will preside over Hobart’s celebration of all things vocal as the 10 day Festival… Read more.


Tasmania warms up vocal chords for Festival of Voices

Australia’s premier celebration of the human voice – Tasmania’s Festival of Voices – will take place this month, so warm up those vocal chords and get involved! Described as the biggest winter event in Tasmania’s cultural calendar, the 2012 Festival of Voices will feature 10 days of concerts, workshops and celebrations with local, national and… Read more.


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