Meet The Team
Founder & Director. Singing Voice Specialist. Vocal Wellness & Mindset Coach.
Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) - current
Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (Performance)
Neuro Change Practitioner ™
Vocology In Practice Authorised Instructor
Vocal Health First Aider
Australian Dysphonia Network - Board of Directors
Australian Voice Association - Board Member
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 company Vocal Hub Enterprises Pty Ltd.
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…
Studio Manager & Vocal Coach
Vocal Health First Aider
Estill Certificate of Figure Proficiency - current
Voice Therapist & Vocal Coach
Masters of Speech Pathology
Bachelor of Psychology
LSVT Loud® Kids Certified Clinician
Melissa’s interest in music and learning has brought her on a colourful, musical journey. In her earlier years, she studied classical piano (ABRSM Grade 8), trained in classical voice (Trinity Grade 5) and played the flute and piccolo in a marching band. She has years of experience performing in a variety of settings including church performances, choral performances, and at weddings. Her strongest passion has always been in using the voice as an instrument. Her curiosity sparked a desire to better understand how we can develop the use of this uniquely personal instrument to its fullest potential. This ultimately led her to Adelaide where she completed her Master of Speech Pathology at Flinders University. Melissa has also completed The Estill Voice Training Course Levels 1 & 2 and is working towards the Estill Certificate of Figure Proficiency.
Melissa’s former training in psychology, play therapy, and teaching allowed her to gain experience in working with children of all ages. She currently practices as a paediatric speech pathologist working in areas of speech, language, voice, fluency, feeding, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). She enjoys working with neurodiversity and believes in empowering every individual with a voice to effectively communicate and express themselves be it through speech or singing. Melissa is also a clinical educator for the Flinders University Fluency and Voice Student Clinic at the Women's and Children's Hospital.
Please note Melissa is currently on extended leave until mid 2024.
Graduate Diploma in Science
Graduate Certificate in Science (Environment and Sustainability)
Bachelor of Journalism
Diploma of Music Industry (Performance)
Alicia has been singing ever since she could talk and grew up jamming around her grandparents’ kitchen table in country South Australia. Throughout her childhood she performed at local events, often with her family.
At just 17 years old, Alicia commenced a Certificate IV of Music at TAFE SA in Salisbury, in which she specialised in voice. She then undertook – and completed – a Diploma in Music and the Music Theory component of an Advanced Diploma of Music (purely because of her love of music theory!).
Alicia began Instrumental Music Teaching in 2010 and undertook teacher training with the founder of the International School of Music in Sydney. Since then, she has taught in schools, homes and studios in Adelaide and Clare (in the Mid North). She has taught individual lessons, as well as groups and choirs, and has worked privately and for the Department for Education’s Instrumental Music Service.
Alicia has competed and accompanied vocalists at the Balaklava Eisteddfod on many occasions, but the highlight for her is taking home first place with her Mum and sisters in the 2018 Eisteddfod in the Contemporary Vocal Ensemble section. Also in 2018, Alicia was Anne in Segue Productions’ If / Then musical. Alicia also undertook a songwriting and sound production course at the University of Adelaide’s Elder Conservatorium in the same year.
Other performance highlights include being the support act for international touring artist Bloom at one Norwood Hotel show in 2022, and performing at the Adelaide Show in the same year – both alongside her Mum and sisters, as ‘The Hages’. However, her most notable performance was on the stage of the Voice Generations, for the blind auditions. This experienced fuelled Alicia’s interest with being behind a camera and she began training at Ann Peters School of Acting – she is now more than two thirds through the program. Alicia completed a two-day Ultimate Scene Study workshop with James Harvy in November 2023, and is now gearing up to be a supporting character in Yogambling at the 2024 Adelaide Fringe.
After initially undertaking the week-long Estill Level 1 and 2 Voice Training in 2011, Alicia completed it again in 2023, to refresh and build on her knowledge.
Outside of music, her qualifications include a Bachelor of Journalism, Graduate Certificate in Science (Environment and Sustainability) and Graduate Diploma in Science. She has worked in communications since 2016 – specialising in social media management – and has tutored bachelor-level courses for UniSA Online.
Alicia is currently tutoring Media Law and Ethics, but previous courses include Writing for Digital Media, Introduction to Social Media, and News Writing.
She is currently undertaking the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) Women in Music Mentorship, performing locally, and working on the release of an all-original, solo EP.
Graduate Diploma in Music (Performance and Pedagogy) – current
Bachelor of Music (Honours) (Classical Voice)
Diploma in Languages (German Studies)
Bio coming soon.
Bachelor of Visual Arts
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