rosevoice - Teaching Healthy Technique, Classical & Contemporary Styles
TEACHING BIOGRAPHY

Gina Rose completed her University studies at the UTAS Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music in 2002 by which time she had obtained a Bachelor of Music with Honours, followed by two post graduate degrees; a Graduate Diploma of Music and Bachelor of Teaching. (B.Mus, (Hons), Grad.Dip.Mus., B.Teach)
 
Since then, Gina has run a successful private voice Studio, worked in Primary Music Education, performed as a freelance Soprano, and has been employed with the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music where she lectured in Core Musicianship Studies (2008 & 2009)and also directed the UTAS Conservatorium of Music Vocal Ensemble across a period of eight years.

Gina relocated to Melbourne for two years in 2003  where she became the Primary Music Specialist at The King David School. While there, she created & staged a number of Children's Musicals for the School at the National Theatre.
 
As well as various performance engagements, Gina has been teaching adults, adolescents, and children for over a decade. Her students range from beginners, both adults and children to performance majors studying at the Conservatorium of Music.
 
Gina is a full member of The Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing (ANATS), and The Tasmanian Music Teachers Association (TMTA) and is a Registered Teacher with the Tasmanian Department of Education.
 
Her teaching reflects current healthy vocal technique and practice across a number of classical and contemporary styles, along with appropriate artistry and performance skill development.
 
Gina believes in the intrinsic value of a music education, not only as it benefits the holistic education of a person; but also for the simple reason that it is something worth pursuing for the benefits of life long enjoyment alone. Singing should be enjoyed, and music making should be fun and meaningful for all.
 
Gina has previously won the Victorian ANATS Bursary, awarded to a Promising Vocal Teacher.  This involved professional development in teaching  both contemporary and classical voice production and performance, with acclaimed voice specialists from around the world.
 
Gina was awarded a prestigious Churchill Trust Fellowship to travel overseas to the UK, Hungary and Finland to study the practice of aural development strategies in vocal performance and teaching in 2009.   
 
2011 sees Gina happily teaching from her Private Studio ROSEVOICE full time.