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I teach from teenagers to mature adults, people singing in choirs, people with vocal difficulties and professional singers. As a qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique I can incorporate this work into the vocal lessons.
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Annie Robinson has had a 30 year career as a singer, performer, singing teacher and choral director. She has taught at secondary school, TAFE, University and in the community, and has run a private studio for the last twenty years. She is a qualified teacher of the Alexander Technique having completed her Alexander training in Melbourne in 1992.Annie began her performance career at 15 as a backing vocalist in a rock opera, and sang in bands, folk clubs and cabaret. She was a performer with Desperate Measures, a Fremantle street-theatre ensemble who were involved in political activism in the late 1970s. She wrote and performed a music and poetry show at La Mama Theatre in Melbourne in the 1980s, and also sang in various opera choruses whilst studying classical voice. In 1991 she devised a performance based on music written by women composers through the ages. Annie moved to Perth in 1992 and taught Alexander technique to Music Theatre and Jazz students at WAAPA until 2001.Annie completed her AMusA in singing in 2005. She has studied and performed music from Medieval to Contemporary, and has continued to perform in vocal ensembles, opera choruses and as a soloist throughout her singing career. She was a founding member of the Winthrop Singers at UWA in 2007and was also a member of the vocal group Intermezzo from 2003-2006.