Madeline is an experienced singing teacher who has developed her teaching ethic based on building self-confidence, perfecting technique and preparing for performances.
Madeline spent eight years as a student of the Johnny Young Talent School in Melbourne where she gained the skills and experience she needed to hone her vocal technique and build her stage confidence. Madeline has worked hard to establish her career in singing and performance and has worked across Melbourne as a solo artist, as well as with her band. Madeline has written and professionally recorded her own original music and can offer insight into the recording process, too.
Madeline is passionate about teaching and learning. She has completed a Diploma in Community Services Work, a Certificate IV in Education Support and has worked as an Education Support Worker and singing teacher for four years. Her teaching and learning philosophy is based on wellbeing and personal development.
Sallee started singing when she was seven years old and has never looked back.
Over the last twenty years Sallee has gained an incredible amount of singing knowledge and experience and is passionate about sharing this with the students at Madeline Music.
Throughout her years studying singing, Sallee has developed a unique style as a performer. Sallee received guidance and mentoring from top national and international recording artists and music industry professionals including Natalie Imbruglia, Robin Gibb of the BeeGees, the Spice Girls’ Melanie Brown, Ronan Keating, Guy Sebastian, Kasey Chambers and James Blunt. As runner-up in the 2010 season of X Factor Australia, Sallee also worked closely with renowned vocal coach Erena Clarke who provided life-changing knowledge and advice that Sallee has used across her career and is excited to share with you.
Sallee adores singing and performs professionally and competitively within her local community. At only ten years old Sallee performed for over 20,000 people at the Olympic torch festivities. She has since performed at major national and international events including L’oreal Fashion Week, the Australian Film Industry Awards and supported the Choir Boys on their recent national tour.
With this extensive and varied performance experience, Sallee works with students to provide a comfortable environment and ensure they feel confident and performance-ready on stage. Sallee believes that the confidence, passion and pride gained from growing as an artist has the power to positively influence all other aspects of her students’ lives.
Gabe is a keen singer-songwriter and musician who has been involved with music and performance since childhood.
Gabe loves music. He is a talented guitarist and pianist with a combined fourteen years of guitar and piano lessons. In addition to guitar and piano lessons, Gabe also studied music theory and practice throughout school and TAFE which exposed him to all facets of the musical and performance process.
Gabe is also an experienced band member and soloist, having performed around Melbourne as a pop-rock artist for the last six years. While Gabe loves performing in front of an audience he also loves getting behind the glass and recording his music in a professional studio.
With his awesome experience studying, performing and recording music, Gabe is a huge asset to the team and is excited to apply all of this experience to his new role as guitar teacher at Madeline Music.
Gabe is enthusiastic about continuing his musical journey and is excited to encourage and support his students as they do the same.
Madeline Music prioritises student wellbeing and focuses on creating a fun and supportive learning environment for students.
People of all ages find comfort and inspiration in music, so the aim at Madeline Music is to combine music and wellbeing to support students not only through their singing journey, but through their personal development, too.
At Madeline Music, students of all ages and skill levels can build vocal technique, confidence and performance skills in a range of settings. Madeline works alongside students to develop a fun and personalised programme to suit each student’s individuality and voice.
Students will also have the opportunity to participate in mid-year and end of year concerts, as well as the chance to perform at local fetes and festivals.