Susan Ellis has been a professional vocalist, performer and teacher for over 15 years. Susan graduated from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Music and Masters of Music (with distinction) and Graduate Diploma of Education. Susan was a member of Opera Queensland’s Young Artist program. 

Susan has lectured in tertiary performance at the Australian National University, School of Music and the University of Southern Queensland and taught voice and class room music at many Australian schools. She is a member of Opera Queensland’s Moving Opera team and currently teaches voice at Moreton Bay College in Brisbane. Susan is in demand as a presenter for music education institutes and as a vocal coach for large massed choirs. Susan has a popular Performance Practice workshop that is inspiring young singers throughout Australia.

 

"I have a belief there are many elements that create a singer, not only the possession of an attractive voice! Australia has a rich and diverse arts environment however; it is not solely guided by the traditional "European system". A singer needs to be flexible, versatile and open to new repertoire. I believe a teacher and mentor should aim to produce a singer who can work in Australia and internationally in a variety of musical and theatrical styles. This is the focus of my studio and my personal aim: to be a singer and produce singers who sing with a love of what they are creating, who sing with healthy voice, are open to all styles of music and have a passion for diverse performance practice of the highest standard. "

Susan Ellis BMus,MMus,GradDipEd.
Sunday
Aug262012

Italy Villa Gusto Tour

The tour is only just over and we have had a reunion at our Cloudy Concert.

 

 

 

 

Sunday
Aug262012

Griffyn "Cloudy With a Chance of Rain"Tour

What an amazing time we had on tour with our Cloudy With a Chance of Rain concert.  I have included the reviews for you to have a look at.

https://whisperinggums.wordpress.com/2012/08/15/the-griffyn-ensembles-paean-to-the-weather/

 

http://citynews.com.au/2012/review-music-for-a-changing-climate/

 

 

The tour included 4 citys and the concerts were well received in each City. Venues were all fantastic.

Victorian National Gallery

Bendigo Discovery Centre

Albury Library Museum

National Gallery of Australia