With a wealth of performance experience, a deep understanding of the mechanics of singing, and the desire to see others reach their vocal and performance potential, Trish is a passionate and skilled educator. As a Certified Master Teacher of the Estill Voice Training™ model, the study that Trish had initially done to benefit her own performance has become an invaluable tool when helping other aspiring and established vocalists understand and improve their vocal performance. Trish's commitment to her own ongoing professional development helps her deliver the best practical aspects of advances in performance and voice science to her students, enabling them to reach their vocal goals with consistency and confidence.
"Trish Delaney-Brown, in my mind, is one of the best vocal teachers this country has to offer. In my 17 years of vocal training and singing i have never come across a teacher with such in depth knowledge of vocal anatomy that is so closely coupled with years of high end professional musicianship. She will challenge you in the most rewarding ways and leave you feeling inspired. In the few months i spent with her in 2014, i learnt more with her than i did in the 15 yrs prior. I’m itching to go back!” - Mat Verevis (The Voice 2014/'Beautiful' the Carol King Story 2017)
“I saw Trish for follow up singing lessons after completing Estill 1&2. She helped me to workshop some performance pieces I was struggling with, enabled me to put what I had learned at Estill into practice and assisted with overall confidence. I have recommended her often to other musicians and actors and she would be the first person I would call on if I needed performance or vocal help”. Angelene Harris, Singer/Songwriter
For information on vocal coaching or tuition to assist you in reaching your vocal goals
Workshops and Masterclasses
"Trish Delaney-Brown is a superb vocalist who is also an outstanding clinician and educator. Northholm Grammar School engaged Trish’s services in 2015 for a three-day Music Camp, where duties included running workshops for our Combined Choir (92 members), Senior and Junior Choir masterclasses and also smaller clinics working with vocalists in our Buskers Club and Rock Bands. Trish designed equally interesting and engaging programs for all the groups – and in particular was motivating to all our students, both singers and non-singers in helping them improve their vocal skills and realise the true joy of singing together. Trish has highly developed communication skills and is a consummate musician.
I unreservedly recommend Trish for any Vocal training experiences,
whether one-on-one or large group". David Stratton - Northholm Grammar School,
Coordinator of Co-Curricular Music
"Trish is a warm, inspiring and highly competent vocal teacher with a vast knowledge of vocal anatomy and physiology. In 2014, as part of the ANU School of Music Winter Jazz Festival we were extremely fortunate to host Trish as one of our feature artists, presenting a sell-out show with jazz faculty and Distinguished Artists in Residence, as well as a series of workshops, masterclasses and individual lessons for jazz/contemporary vocal students enrolled in BMus Performance. She steered students through the complex elements of functional vocal technique as well as stylistic interpretation, jazz phrasing and improvisation, and stage craft, modifying her approach to cater to each individual’s needs. Trish is one classy, generous, patient and clever lady, not to mention a world-class performer, arranger and composer"! Rachael Thoms - BMus (Hons), MMus
ANU School of Music - Performance Teaching Fellow:
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Estill Voice Training
Estill Voice Training™ is a practical strategy for singers, actors, executives, teachers, professional speakers, voice therapists — everyone with a voice! Replace mystery with knowledge and explore the 'secret ingredient' being used by some of the world's foremost performers, voice teachers and vocal coaches from Broadway to Nashville, Covent Garden to The West End, Madison Square Garden to the Sydney Opera House. With no aesthetic bias, Estill Voice Training™ embraces all voice qualities and all styles of singing, giving the singer or speaker the tools to consistently and healthily produce new vocal colours, master dynamic variety and extend the range with confidence. The same Estill Voice Training™ exercises that are being used in therapy around the world to rehabilitate injured voices can provide you with the solutions for reducing fatigue, maintaining vocal health and achieving the greatest aesthetic freedom.
To book an 'Introduction to Estill' presentation, or to enquire about hosting a 5 day Level 1 & 2 course