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Singing Adults (16+ years)

Covering basic principles of healthy, free and effective sound-making and song storytelling, students are encouraged in a fun, supportive environment with group songs, and an option of working individually on a song you love.

Singing Adults classes TAPAC
Singing
  • Mondays, to
    6:15pm - 7:30pm
$220
Brady Peeti
TAPAC class

This is a class for people who love to sing and want to like what they hear! Learn new techniques and have fun.

Singing ‘better’ can be a by-product of simply enjoying singing more because you have some knowledge of how your body produces sound, how your individual voice works and how to shape a song to express yourself. Covering basic principles of healthy, free and effective sound-making and song storytelling, students are encouraged in a fun, supportive environment with group songs, and an option of working individually on a song you love. No experience necessary- just a willingness to have some fun and make some noise!!

This class is suitable for adults 16+ any level, or teenagers with a reasonable amount of singing experience. These are small group classes with a maximum of 16 students.

"Challenging, fun and enlightening. The course improved my understanding of singing."

Teaching artist

Brady Peeti tutor TAPAC

Brady Peeti

Brady is a talented singer and performer who has had a number one single (‘It’s Raining’) in the iTunes blues charts and a long list of musical theatre and television credits.  His “killer voice” and “soulful vocals” have been praised in productions including ‘Dominion Road The Musical’ and ‘Larger than Life’. A graduate of the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art, Brady has a Bachelor in Performing Arts and has studied acting with Raymond Hawthorne.  He has also performed as a soloist at Coca Cola Christmas in the Park Soloist, at Telethon and with Bic Runga at the Silver Scroll awards. Brady is an avid believer of taking the knowledge and techniques taught to him from great NZ practitioners and sharing it with his peers but most importantly, the Rangatahi.