Louisa Vilinne


Specialising in musical theatre voice for young performers.

Louisa is a singer and actor from Singapore and a scholarship recipient at the Elder Conservatorium of Music's Bachelor of Music Theatre programme in Adelaide. Prior to moving to Australia, Louisa worked extensively with children aged 6 months to 6 years at an international preschool as an Assistant Music Specialist. She has also worked as a singer/trainer for The A Cappella Society, conducting a cappella and singing workshops for primary and secondary school students island-wide. 


Louisa's performing experience includes singing in professional musicals and opera productions by Singapore Repertory Theatre and New Opera Singapore, as well as performing in Hong Kong's Tuen Mun Arts Festival with a cappella group, Urban Harmony. 


Louisa has a strong interest in voice science and vocal health, and is currently training with Estill Mentor & Course Instructor, Naomi Eyers to attain her Certificate of Figure Proficiency from Estill Voice Training. Apart from singing, Louisa is also an experienced pianist trained in classical piano and music theory at Grade 8 Level.


Louisa is passionate about working with children and she strongly believes in nurturing creativity and compassion, empowering them through music and singing to develop confidence, self-regulation, and a lifelong passion for music. 

Availability: Saturdays 

Sadie Marie-Humphrey


Specialising in jazz voice and aspiring young and adult singers.

Sadie is a singer originally from South London, England who is currently studying a Bachelor of Jazz Performance at the Elder Conservatorium in Adelaide. She holds a Diploma of Music Performance completed at TAFE SA.


Sadie has been under the mentorship of jazz vocalist Anita Wardell and was one of many students to participate in the first Jazz Study Tour through the Elder Conservatorium to New York and Washington. She has worked as a Vocal Coach for over 5 years through a variety of schools and music studios. Sadie plans to continue her music studies by pursing her Honours in Jazz Voice and Masters in Education. 


Sadie's  performing experience is vast and she has performed at multiple venues across South Australia including Adelaide Oval, The Convention Centre, The National Wine Centre, numerous wineries in the state and as a part of Adelaide Fringe Festival and Future Sounds Side Chain sessions. 


Sadie is passionate about helping singers of all ages reach their full potential and using music as a platform to express ones self. She is dedicated to enriching peoples lives through music, and is also qualified in music theory and is passionate about applying it practically though singing and vocal improvisation. Sadie is committed to her career development through vocal science and health. 

Availability: Fridays & Saturdays 

Nicole Seneca


Specialising in contemporary vocals for young singers.

Nicole has performed in various settings in Adelaide as a contemporary vocalist in solo, duo and live band settings as well as musical theatre. She has performed in venues such as Nexus Cabaret, The Osmond Terrace Function Centre, Star Theatres and The Parks Theatre where she was cast as Marty in Grease the musical. She was also a performer for The Parks Youth Week, representing young talent.

Nicole holds a Certificate 4 in Music Performance through The Adelaide College of the Arts, where she was mentored by some of Adelaide's most respected professional musicians. She has also completed Levels 1 & 2 in Estill Voice Training.

Nicole is passionate about extending her expertise of the ever evolving field of voice science and currently works with Tania Savelli whom she has been mentored by for the past 5 years.

Availability: Thursdays & Saturdays 

Kimmy James


Specialising in contemporary voice, songwriting & worship music for aspiring young adult and adult singers.

Kimmy has been teaching voice for over 10 years, both in schools and privately. From a young age she was songwriting and performing, and left school at 16 to be one of the youngest students at TAFE SA to study Music. She has completed her Certificate 3 & 4 in Music at TAFE SA and has completed Estill Level 1 & 2. She is in the process of obtaining her Certificate of Figure Proficiency.

Kimmy has spent a lot of her career researching vocal techniques and physiology.
She has years of experience in live performance at various venues, from local bars, to community events, in addition to multiple studio recordings in her portfolio.

Kimmy is passionate about vocal health, and helping her students to find their fit in the world of singing, as well as discovering their vocal ability and using it efficiently.

Availability: Mondays