Season Two

We want you to sing! 

If you have ever wanted to join a choir, or want to try singing in a different vocal style, come and join us for an 8-week series of classes that will introduce you to the joy of singing as part of a group.

With a mix of opera, folk, world and classical music, principal artist and workshop leader Lisa Harper-Brown will provide professional insight into vocal technique and what it means to sing as part of a choir.

Enjoy a dynamic learning environment with lots of laughs. Be prepared to let your voice soar.

The cost of the 8-week series is $230.


Classes run from 6pm to 7.50pm, 16 October - 4 December

His Majesty's Theatre, Perth

For previous singing class students, please note this series will be conducted as one group class.

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Critically acclaimed as ‘radiant both vocally and visually‘, Lisa Harper-Brown is a unique and commanding performer. Lisa made her debut for Opera Australia singing Pamina in The Magic Flute. Since then performances including Fiordiligi in Così fan Tutte, Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, and Elsa in Lohengrin, have delighted both critics and audiences alike, culminating in a prestigious Helpmann Award for her portrayal of Countess Almaviva in Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro.

Possessing a vast concert repertoire, and recognised for her ability to cross genres and styles, Lisa is a highly regarded concert, festival and recital performer, having appeared throughout Australia, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and New Zealand. Her most recent musical collaboration saw her joining forces with Japanese Marimbist, Naoto Segawa, in Epiphanies: performing traditional vocal repertoire which has been reinvented for new musical landscapes. Plans for touring Epiphanies in Festivals throughout the Asia Pacific are currently in progress.

Lisa is heard regularly in ABC Classic FM's Sunday Live! Series and on Radio NZ Concert, has recorded many new works with NZSO, and has released two CDs dedicated to Australian Art Song. She currently divides her time between her performing commitments and her other passion: teaching. Having taught in a variety of educational settings, Lisa’s extensive ‘on-stage’ experience, research into many schools of Vocal Pedagogy and language proficiency make her a highly sought-after Voice Teacher, Choral Trainer and Conductor, and Adjudicator.

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Dates & Times

16 October Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm
23 October Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm
30 October Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm
6 November Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm
13 November Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm
20 November Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm
27 November Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm
4 December Monday - 6pm - 7.50pm


His Majesty's Theatre

825 Hay Street

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