Lisa Woodbrook is an enthusiastic and refined Singer with extensive experience in the entertainment industry.
She absolutely loves teaching and sharing her singing and performing knowledge with students.
Since graduating with her Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre) with Academic Excellence, Lisa has performed in many stage productions including 50 Shades The Musical Parody, the Australian Premiere of High Fidelity The Musical, Paris: A Rock Odyssey, Shine a Light and has also recently appeared in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.
Lisa performs her critically acclaimed comedy solo show, It's Not Me, It's Definitely You: Songs of Amy Winehouse & Lily Allen around Australia, and has also been Melbourne's "Eye in the Sky" reporting live on Ten News First.
Lisa regularly performs around Melbourne with her Acoustic Duo and Jazz Trio, amazing audiences with her smooth warm tones and fun banter.
Lisa is available for lessons in all singing genres, Pop, Music Theatre, Jazz and Classical.
Lisa teaches on Monday & Friday.
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Piano Teacher (Classical, Jazz and Improvisation), Voice (Classical) and Music Theory Tutor
Currently based in Melbourne, Eujin was trained at the Elder Conservatorium of Music in Adelaide where he studied piano under Lucinda Collins the Head of Keyboard at the Elder Conservatorium and Stefan Ammer, a Piano Professor at Musikhochschule Freiburg, Diana Weekes and David Lockett. During that period Eujin also undertook compositional studies from Stephen Whittington and voice from Robert Dawe OAM. Upon the completion of his Bachelor of Music, Eujin moved to Victoria in order to study with Dr. Donna Coleman the Head of Keyboard at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) for his Honours and Masters degree.
Eujin's passion for music sees him performing regularly around Melbourne and throughout Australia. Firstly as a member of the Accompanist Guild of South Australia (AGSA) Eujin is actively involved in the art of accompanying and specialises in the art of Lieder, Chanson and English Art Songs. This also translates extremely well for him in the sphere of chamber music upon which his trio, the Brandenburger Trio won the coveted first prize at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Chamber Music Competition in 2012. He was recently awarded the Madeline Orr Scholarship in 2018 for excellence in his piano studies.
In addition to piano playing, Eujin devotes a lot of his time to singing where he was awarded a choir scholarship in Kent Town Church for 5 years and was Runner-up at the Adelaide Eisteddfods 2011. He also having 25 years experience teaching, providing piano lessons and singing lessons to students of all ages.
Eujin is currently pursuing his Higher Research Degree with Professor Ronald Ferren- Price and Dr. Melanie Plesch. His lead research interest includes the discovery of Brahms's piano technique and technical devices used in 19th Century piano exercises that influence Brahms's writing style.
Eujin's piano playing and teaching is firmly founded on technical approach of Abbey Whiteside, Johannes Brahms and Heinrich Neuhaus. For vocal training, he is strongly grounded on Van Christy's singing technique. Besides his music achievements he holds an honours in Engineering and an MBA degree.