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About Tania


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With a wealth of coaching experience spanning over 20 years, Tania combines her sound knowledge of voice science, vocal health, and the performing arts to offer practical solutions to common vocal issues through her Adelaide voice studio Vocal Hub Creative and Vocal Hub Kids.


Tania has a passion for holistic voice training and commitment to continuous professional development – which is why she’s currently undertaking a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) at the University of South Australia, which will give her a qualification as a voice therapist. She is skilled in working through vocal health concerns for performing artists, in conjunction with voice specialising laryngologists, speech pathologists and voice physiotherapists where necessary, and is experienced in working with voice users who have recently recovered from vocal injury.

Tania holds an Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (Performance) and is an Estill Master Trainer Candidate of the world renowned voice model Estill Voice Training (EVT).  The EVT model is evidence-based voice training based on the principles of motor learning to help voice users gain new vocal skills through the art of deliberate practice.  She is certified in LSVT Loud, the gold voice therapy approach for people living with Parkinsons Disease and is also the group facilitator for the Hospital Research Foundation's Shout Out Singing Group. Tania is also a Vocal Health First Aider with Vocal Health Education UK.

Her passion and interest in the mind, body, voice connection inspired Tania to complete her Neurochange Practitioner ™  certification, enabling clients to use the power of neuroscience to help set and achieve vocal goals. This work enables voice users to work through limiting beliefs that may contribute in goal deflection, using the principles of neuroplasticity to make long lasting and positive mindset changes.

She volunteers on the board of directors at the Australian Dysphonia Network and the Australian Voice Association and is a past committee member for the Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing.  Tania is one of few authorised vocal instructors of Los Angeles based organisation Vocology In Practice and is a member of The Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare and a student member of Speech Pathology Australia.

Tania's extensive vocal coaching experience includes working with clients of all ages in varied educational settings. She has coached as part of the vocal team for the University of Adelaide's Bachelor of Musical Theatre, taught vocals for tertiary music students at TAFE SA, and worked with Adelaide youth theatre company Pelican Productions since 2016. She has also taught at countless high schools and primary schools

Of course, she has also done her fair share (maybe more) of performing – everything from cabaret and musical theatre to corporate events and as part of the Adelaide Fringe award-winning act The Three Little Sisters, which she also directs. She’s also the founder and director of Adelaide live entertainment company T&S Live   And that’s really just the tip of the iceberg…​

How I let curiosity shape my career path.

I didn’t grow up in a musical family.

Unlike one of my favourite singer's Mariah Carey, my mother was not an opera singer. In fact, my parents had no idea about music except that it was great to listen to on the radio, Countdown was awesome (they loved Molly!) and dancing to Kylie on Video Hits whilst cleaning the house was the Saturday morning ritual.

Both from hardworking Italian backgrounds, my mother and father were not raised to follow their passions. All four of my grandparents migrated here from Italy in the 1960’s. My grandparents came here with no money and with no idea of how things would turn out. The only thing they had was hope for a better life for their families. When arriving in Australia, they did what they had to do to survive in the foreign land of opportunity. They worked hard.

My parents were taught that in order to survive, you needed to work hard for your family. For them, this meant days of factory work and hard labouring jobs. They were not encouraged to be text book smart and finish school. Just physically work hard. They did this to provide for their own children - myself, my sister and my brother - and to give us the opportunity to follow our dreams and passions. The did not ever contemplate following their own curiosity to work in a field they loved. It just wasn't thought about.

I never planned on becoming a vocal coach. I never planned on opening my own singing studio. I never planned to study speech pathology or that my love of music and singing would grow into an eventual love of the human voice. Even though I adored music, I had no idea what I wanted to be when I left school. Unlike many children today, I didn’t start having formal music lessons until I was in my teens. I just knew that a life without music and singing just didn't feel like my life.

After only a few years of singing lessons, I took my first vocal coaching job at 19 years of age - this eventuated from a random phone call from a high school music tutor asking if I wanted the job. I had no idea how to teach singing, I had never taught singing - but curiosity got the better of me, so I nervously accepted and threw myself in the deep end (something I still tend to do a lot!). At the end of teaching my first singing lesson I was hooked. I immediately knew that I wanted to inspire people to love music and follow their singing dreams. I had no idea how I was going to do this, but I knew I wanted to help people the way my mentors had helped me. After all, If I had never met my amazing teachers, I wouldn't be  where I am today. Wanting to know more, I then went on to study music, which lead me to wanting to learn more about my voice and well - here I am. Over the years, I have now had the opportunity to work with many wonderful music teachers, singing teachers, vocal educators and professional musicians. They have all inspired me in their own way. However, it is my amazing clients who have sparked my interest and curiosity to know more, be more and grow more, both professionally and personally.

Why not follow your curiosity to find what you love to do? After all, we live in this amazing land of opportunity. Our families have sacrificed to give us a life where we can follow our curiosity, passions and dreams. Don’t waste your amazing opportunity. You might be that person who helps someone less fortunate realise theirs.

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