Join Us For A Free Singing Lesson

Discover your hidden talent for a cappella singing!
Do you feel like you have untapped singing potential?
Are you looking for a challenge?
Are you new to singing?

What will you learn at your lesson?

You’ll develop your ability to sing in tune. This involves recognising and reproducing pitches accurately.

You’ll learn vocal exercises to strengthen and extend your vocal range.

You'll learn how to refine your vocal timbre to produce the right sound.

You’ll practice pronunciation and clarity.

You’ll learn how to understand the emotional and musical nuances of a song which is important for an effective performance.

You’ll learn how to engage with an audience, use stage presence, and overcome stage fright are important for live performances.

And you’ll learn proper warm-up and cool down routines to maintain vocal health and prevent strain.

Improve Your Confidence Singing In Public

Whether you're a professional singer or someone who enjoys singing in the shower, the act of using your voice and expressing yourself through music can be a powerful tool for building confidence and self-esteem.

Learning to sing and improving your vocal skills can be a significant personal achievement. As you overcome challenges and see progress in your singing abilities, you gain a sense of accomplishment that contributes to increased confidence.

Singing involves using your entire body, including your breath, posture, and facial expressions. Becoming more aware of your body and learning to control it effectively through singing can contribute to a positive body image and increased self-assurance.

Learning to sing may involve stepping out of your comfort zone, whether it's performing in front of others, trying new vocal techniques, or tackling difficult songs. Facing and overcoming these challenges gradually builds resilience and confidence.

Positive reinforcement and feedback from teachers, peers, or audiences can significantly boost confidence. Constructive feedback helps you understand your strengths and areas for improvement, fostering a sense of competence and self-assurance.

Singing can be a cathartic experience, allowing you to release pent-up emotions and stress. Expressing yourself through song can contribute to a sense of emotional well-being and empowerment, positively impacting your overall confidence.

Participating in group singing activities, such as choir or vocal ensembles, provides a sense of community and belonging. Sharing the joy of music with others can enhance social connections and build confidence in social settings.

Singing often requires a strong connection between the mind and body, especially in terms of breath control and vocal technique. Developing this mind-body connection through singing can contribute to a greater sense of control and confidence in various aspects of life.

Engaging in activities you enjoy, such as singing, can bring a sense of joy and fulfillment. When you find pleasure in the process of singing, it can contribute to a positive mindset and increased self-esteem.


Fantastic Performance Opportunities!

The Blenders are an a cappella choir with a heavy focus on performance and technique. We rehearse weekly and perform and compete in various events and competitions regularly, providing many opportunities to put lessons to practice on the stage.

You can expect access to numerous other opportunities including interstate and overseas training events, as well as annual camps for intensive training of the chorus and our various quartets.

Rehearsal Venue

Visit our rehearsals on a Monday
The Blenders Chorus: 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Rehearsals are held at Griffith University Gold Coast Campus - G40 building.

A limited amount of free parking is available in the Health Centre carpark, with paid parking available at GCUH.  The venue is also very easily accessible by tram Please let us know you are coming so we can welcome you.