As a finalist in Australia’s number one rated TV Show, The Voice Australia, Danni Da Ros is one of Australia’s most talented, versatile and dynamic vocalists and performance coaches. Her powerful soulful tone and demanding stage presence allowed her make it to the top 4 in Team Delta on The Voice Australia 2012, gave her 4 top 100 singles on the iTunes chart and saw her signed with Universal Music Australia.


Danni received a Bachelor of Music with Honours in 2005 from The Australian Institute of Music and has over 15 years of teaching experience including Head of Singing at Brent Street Studios. She has trained in various vocal and dance techniques and studied in the USA with Seth Riggs, singing teacher to the stars.


Danni has performed at numerous corporate events in Australia and has sung all over the world in countries such as the USA, Dubai, Singapore and was the featured singer for Qatar's Olympic bid in 2007. She has sung with Delta Goodrem, Seal, Tina Arena and Keith Urban and has performed as a soloist on various TV shows and commercials. Danni knows what it takes to be successful in the music industry and develops and nurtures her students in the right direction.


Director, Head Vocal Coach, Show Group Producer

Chiara is a passionate and dedicated vocal coach who's upbeat energy brings out the best in all of her students. In 2003 she received Certificates 3 and 4 in Music majoring in Contemporary Vocals studies and Performance.


Since then, Chiara has completed an Adv. Diploma in Event Management, majoring in Music Management ensuring she knows what it takes to become a professional performer. Chiara herself has performed across Australia and Singapore as a soloist and a group performer. She was a featured performer in the Popstars "Baby Proms" Event at the Sydney Opera House as well as appearances in several commercials in Australia, Italy and America.


She has sung in various shows for Channels 7 and 9 and also appeared in the Australian feature film Bootmen. Chiara has also dedicated some time to perform for many charities especially the Starlight Foundation, The Heart Foundation and Kids Helpline. These performances allowed Chiara to grace the stage with Olivia Newton-John.


Director, Head Vocal Coach & Choreographer


Musical Theatre Teacher


Natalie Foti is a passionate performing artist and teacher who is immersed in the performing arts industry. While studying Dance, Drama and Music at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts she trained at Tanya Pearsons and Brent Street alongside very talented Sydney and International teachers, choreographers and performers. Trained in Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary/lyrical, Musical theatre, Tap, Acrobatics, Singing and Acting she prides herself in being a versatile performer with a particular love for musical theatre and teaching.


Natalie has completed her Royal Academy of Dance Ballet examinations, all with high distinctions, has completed Brent Street Diploma in Elite Performance and currently studying the Musical Theatre Diploma on full scholarship.  


Natalie's passion and talents in performing have taken her internationally performing in shows in Singapore and the United States. As well as this, she has showcased her performing and choreographic skills performing with many Willoughby Theatre company productions and choreographing for Knox Theatre Company. Other stage credits include: The Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, Premier's Gala Concert and The Voice.


As her passion continues to grow she wishes to share her knowledge with her students and spark passion within them for performing. 


Vocal Coach & Group Singing Teacher

In 2017 Libby received A+ honours in her IMEB Advanced Diploma of Contemporary Performance (Voice) through Famous Performing Arts.

Libby’s previous roles include Herod Dancer in Jesus Christ Superstar (Packemin Productions), Ado Annie in Oklahoma (Brent Street), School maiden in Opera Australia’s workshop for Gold Diggers, Amber in Hairspray (Abbotsleigh), Dolores Dolores in On The Town (Knox) and Kerthia in the Penelopiad (Abbotsleigh).

Libby was a member of the Australian Girls Choir for 12 years and was NSW Dance Leader in 2017 as well as a featured soloist. Performances with the Australian Girls Choir include Hugh Jackman’s Broadway to Oz Arena Show (2015), Performance for Pope Francis in the Vatican City (2016) and Carols in the Domain (2013-2017). She is also currently employed as a tutor by the choir.

Libby has been surrounded by the performing arts her whole life and wishes to spread her passion and knowledge for the arts to inspire others through performance. 

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