Meet your ASPA Education Online Instructors Part 2
It’s time to meet four more of our incredible ASPA Education Online instructors that you may now recognise from your music and dance learning. Each of them bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise when it comes to creating fun and inspirational performing arts learning for young people.
With ASPA Education Online, primary aged boys and girls get to learn from our highly engaging ASPA Education Instructors in your very own living room. If you’re yet to sign up for the program you can do so on our ASPA Education Online page. For just $50 you can access all eight weeks of video lessons and revisit the activities as many times as you like!
Let’s meet your newest instructors!
Hi I’m Grace and I teach singing in the Junior Primary and Middle Primary programs!
My tip for at-home music learning is to give yourself compliments. At the end of each session, pick something you did really well and give yourself a high five. It’ll make you smile and give you a confidence boost.
More about Grace: Grace has been an instructor with ASPA Education for five years. Grace recently graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAPPA) with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre. Grace has loved performing ever since she was little and being able to share and encourage that passion with other young performers is a dream.
Hi I’m Maddie! You’ll find me teaching singing in the Junior Primary program.
My tip for at-home music learning is to have fun and really engage with the material. The sillier the better! And don’t be scared to hit pause, rewind and watch the activity many times as you like.
More about Madison: I studied a Bachelor of Music and started out performing in a variety of musicals before realising my true passion was teaching. I have been working with ASPA for 7 years as a tutor for Australian Girls Choir for 7 years and an instructor with ASPA Education, delivering holiday workshops and programs in schools around Sydney.
Hi I’m Greta and I teach vocal warm ups and drama activities in the Junior Primary and Middle Primary programs.
My tip for at-home music learning is to pick somewhere new to perform every time you practise. A fresh space will give you fresh perspective when you practise – maybe you take yourself outside or could even face a different direction in your living room. I also recommend performing for your family or even put on a concert for your favourite toys.
More about Greta: Greta is a Melbourne-based performer. Classically trained at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Greta has appeared in various musical roles across Victoria. Greta is also a tutor with the Australian Girls Choir and instructor with Girls from Oz, working in remote indigenous communities across the country. Greta is a passionate performer and educator of the arts.
Hi I’m Sam and I’ll be helping you warm up your voice and getting you ready to sing in the Junior Primary and Middle Primary programs.
My tip for at-home music learning is don’t be afraid to make bold mistakes. And make sure you’re smiling whilst you sing – I promise it will help your sound!
More about Sam: Samantha Andrew is a composer and cabaret performer. Samantha studied a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Contemporary Music – Jazz and Improvisation at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). She has been a tutor for the Australian Girls Choir since 2014 as well as a Girls from Oz instructor, specialising in singing teaching and community engagement.
Meet more of the team
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Join in to have fun and learn from these incredible instructors! For just $50 you can access all eight weeks of video lessons and revisit the activities as many times as you like!
Get all of the information on our ASPA Education Online program page.