Port Macquarie Singing Teacher
Denise Begnell

Welcome to Denise Begnell - Port Macquarie Singing Lessons for children & adults.
20 years of teaching in Port Macquarie.

Denise believes the approach to teaching singing should be enjoyable and holistic, building confidence and self-belief. Every voice is unique and as such, the approach to teaching each pupil varies. Whether you are a beginner or advanced student, young or old, singing lessons can be personalized to suit you.

For over thirty years Denise has achieved remarkable results from her students, from guiding the voice to examination preparation, competitive Vocal Eisteddfods, HSC preparation as well as Music Theory and Aural Classes. Denise has also seen many of her students go on to make a career in music, appearing in professional musicals, singing in bands, working as a soloist or teaching.


 

 

Denise Begnell - Tuition Success Stories.

Congratulations Jaime Leigh Johnson, who last weekend appeared in Gershwin's "Of Thee I Sing" at the Sydney Opera House. Review by the Daily Telegraph "Jaimie Leigh Johnson was excellent as the illegitimate daughter of the illegitimate son ..........". This is one very proud teacher

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Why Learn To Sing?

If you want to learn to sing, Denise believes that anyone can be taught. All you need is patience and practice.

It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or advanced singer or what genre of music you prefer to study, the following points are always covered in lessons: 

  • Posture and how the body works when singing
  • Breathing
  • Pitch
  • Resonance
  • Vocal Control
  • Range
  • Vocal Health
  • Performance

There are many advantages to learning to sing. Firstly, it has amazing health benefits including:

  • Reducing stress
  • Improving mood
  • Improves breathing
  • It has been proven to boost the immune system
  • Improves sense of rhythm
  • Promotes learning in children
  • Promotes communal bonding
  • Provides comfort
  • Motivates
  • Empowers people
  • Promotes well-being

Also, music is the only activity that activates, stimulates and uses the entire brain.