Adriana is the youngest student of mine. She has massive big eyes with the longest eyelashes I have ever seen and the most dramatic facial expression at all times.
She talks about what is like to be a cheerleader and what life is like with two big brothers .
You must listen to our hilarious conversation to find out what she really wants to include in her lunchbox and what is the ideal lunch!
Ladies and gentleman,
Our dear little Miss Adriana Brindisi
Maddie (Age 18) with Singing LIVE
Maddie is my musical baby.
After 6 years in Dubai this is the first time she returned to our mosman studio. She talks about her childhood in Mosman, what life is Dubai is like and sings songs range from musical theatre to opera.
Always amazing to see kids growing from shy little girl to well spoken poised young lady.
Miss Maddison Schneider, will always be my dear musical baby.
Abby (Age 15) with Singing LIVE
This was the podcast episode that I laughed the most throughout the entire recording process.
Abby talked about what’s like to have a twin sister and how stressful year 10 formal can get.
The most hilarious part is when Abby taught me how to sing with a Scottish accent!
A very strong singer and a funny girl I am sure you will laugh out loud with us.
She will also make you want to visit Scotland.
My one and only, Miss Abby McMillan.
Giulia and I recorded this podcast in a real messy condition where the piano was in the corner among the renovation site.
Nevertheless, she sang "Young and beautiful", "Addicted to you", "I love you" and "I don't wanna be you anymore" beautifully.
It was an unedited, hilarious conversation. Guarantee you will smile.
Miss Giulia Mclean, the girl who never stops laughing (randomly).
Check out Giulia's youtube channel "Giulia Mclean"
Hannah (Age 14) with singing LIVE (darling what did you say podcast)
Hannah is a happy, sweet and sometimes absent minded princess.
She talks about what’s like to do the kissing scene with two year 12 boys in the production of phantom of the opera at age 14.
The LIVE recording of her singing “All grown up” from the musical “Bare” is very good indeed.
Miss Hannah McGlinchey, the musical baby that I have known and taught for many many years...
When I met Amy for the first time I had to tell her to come back and see me when she can speak fluent English. To learn singing, being able to nail the language is very important.
In just one year I got her call. In one year she speaks fluent English.
Her daily schedule and diligence can blow your mind. This year she was also awarded in First place, Age 9 Music Theatre Category , Northern Beaches Eisteddfod.
A story of an inspiring young girl-Amy Wang .
Louisa has a voice that as soon as she opens her mouth to sing, people stop doing what they do and listen.
She has a personality that sometimes you love her so much and there are times you simply just want to strangle her.
The combination of amazingly annoying and astonishing adorable.
Here is my 16 year old Louisa MacDonald.
Ronald is the voice of our podcast episode ending every week.
At year 2, he is now officially my youngest podcast guest.
In his pyjama on his bed, he talks about tooth fairy, chess club, building lego houses and even does math for me on the spot.
Introducing my 7 year old nephew Ronald Marcus Wang. Cute factor 10/10