Felicity is a trained professional singer who has been performing on the live Sydney gig scene for over fifteen years. She is classically trained and has been singing contemporary pop, rock and jazz music throughout her career. Felicity is a graduate of the well renowned Talent Development Program, sang as a soloist at the Sydney Schools Spectacular for consecutive years and has made numerous stage and television appearances, performing alongside high profile entertainers in large venues and arenas around Sydney. Teaching private vocal tuition from her home professional recording studio, she has vast experience working with and coaching students to reach their best vocal potential both musically and in performance. Felicity makes lessons fun and productive encouraging students input and participation and preparing them for a confident, polished and professional performance.
Ange is one of Sydney’s most accomplished and professional musicians. He is well respected and renowned within the industry for his session work, performing and teaching. With over twenty years experience and knowledge in teaching guitar and working with students of all ages, he caters for all styles of music. Ange also operates his own guitar tuition business from his home professional recording studio. He has been teaching for over fifteen years in high schools in both the public and private sectors around Sydney, teaching both individual students and groups. He has put together student rock bands and helped prepare students for their HSC trials, HSC pieces and class compositions. As well as teaching, Ange is a professional guitarist on the gig scene working with many high profile professional working bands. Ange has the ability to inspire and motivate students and pass on his vast knowledge in an enthusiastic and friendly environment. He makes the lessons fun, generates a lively interest and provides pathways for students to pursue music as a hobby or career.
Mr O’Brien’s musical career began in the Australian Army Band where he was principal French Horn for over seven years. During this time he also played in many orchestras and shows including Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, Penrith Symphony Orchestra, Newcastle Symphony Orchestra, Miss Saigon and the Phantom of the Opera. He is currently a lead musician and music director of the brass quintet in the NSW Ambulance Service Band. He is also a lead musician in the Corrective Services Band where he was the stand-in conductor for two years. He currently co-conducts The Harmonix Concert Band which is a community band at Castle Hill for people from primary age to retirement age. Since leaving the Army Band Mr O’Brien has learnt to play all the instruments which are in concert bands and prides himself on his knowledge of these instruments, including the servicing and repairs. He has been involved with many successful school band programs as a conductor and instrumental tutor over the years and prides himself in presenting music with a passionate and entertaining atmosphere.