Private Singing Lessons – How Good Can You Be?

We have 15 of vacancies remaining within our private classrooms at Norwood and lessons are scheduled between Monday and Saturday.

Private singing lessons are an ideal way to accelerate progress with coaching that is tailored to your specific needs. They are also an excellent way to prepare for important auditions and for students looking to gain extra confidence.

Theatre Bugs & Adelaide Theatre Academy have three outstanding Private Singing Teachers who give every student the best opportunity possible to reach their full singing potential in a safe, nurturing and positive environment. Nothing makes our teachers happier than providing students with the best possible approaches to exploring the uniqueness of their own voice while also learning to strengthen and protect their vocal development.

Our Evening and Afternoon of Song Concerts will be staged in November and all of our private singing students are invited to perform in these concerts in front of a live audience


You can read more about our outstanding Private Singing Teachers immediately below.



Introducing Giulia-Giorgina


Giulia-Giorgina started Theatre Bugs at age two. She attended for thirteen years, performing with the senior ‘Show Bugs’ class and with Peter Combe. Highlights included the Credit Union Christmas Pageant and The Teddy Bears’ Picnic at the Adelaide Fringe. Outside of Theatre Bugs, Giulia-Giorgina has taken lessons in acting, dancing and singing and has performed with Pelican Productions. Professionally, she performed as part of the children’s ensemble in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (TML Enterprises) and The Nutcracker (Imperial Russian Ballet) at the Festival Theatre. At Saint Ignatius’ College Giulia-Giorgina played ‘Belle’ in Beauty and the Beast, ‘Meg’ in Away, ‘Maria’ in The Small Poppies, was part of the ensemble in Singin’ in the Rain and choreographed ‘Beauty School Dropout’ in Grease. She participated in music ensembles as a vocalist, violinist and percussionist and performed in America as part of the school’s Music Tour. Giulia-Giorgina was elected Music Vice-Captain for her senior year and completed her SACE Drama and Solo Performance (Voice) with high grades. She also achieved her SACE Ensemble Performance with the College’s Senior Vocal Ensemble, which won first place in Division 2 at Generations in Jazz. Throughout her time at the College, Giulia-Giorgina won three gold and two silver medals with her Theatrical Dance Team at the Schoolaerobics Nationals in Sydney/Gold Coast. Giulia-Giorgina worked with Adelaide Fringe’s ‘Honey Pot’ and attended a university arts trip in Indonesia on the ‘New Colombo Plan’ scholarship. Giulia-Giorgina completed a Bachelor of Music Theatre with the Elder Conservatorium at The University of Adelaide.



Introducing Alexia



Alexia has been performing and singing since she could talk. She found a love of harmony at the age of 6, harmonising with songs she heard on the radio, and began her own journey of music through singing lessons. This grew to other instruments such as piano and guitar, which then aided her biggest passion, songwriting. At school, Alexia competed in competitions such as Generations in Jazz, and songwriting competitions such as the Australian Children’s Music Foundations National Songwriting Competition in 2017, placing runner up. Alexia holds a Bachelor of Music (BMus) from the University of Adelaide’s Conservatorium of Music, and learned learned from industry professionals how to perform, write and produce her own music. She has performed alongside many great Australian touring acts, and is apart of Adelaide R&B group ARIES, and provides back up vocals for Sony artist, Jess Day.  As an artist in development with Brisbane label, Dew Process, she has been awarded one on one sessions with influential Australian songwriters such as Jono Tooke and Pat Byrne. Alexia looks released her first single in in 2022 under the name “alexandria”. She is excited to build teaching relationships with her students which are filled with enthusiasm, learning and most importantly fun!



Introducing Jasmine




Jas is a singer-songwriter, producer, and recording artist who completed a Bachelor of Popular Music and Creative Technologies at The Elder Conservatorium (The University of Adelaide) in 2018. A multi-instrumentalist, Jas developed a love for music at a young age when she began taking piano lessons before expanding her repertoire by adding vocals and guitar.

Her diverse skills have led to several unique opportunities including tutoring students at St. Ann’s College (of which she is a former resident), working as an audio technician at The Adelaide Convention Centre, and performing in numerous events around Adelaide. Her highlight so far being Oz Asia Festival’s Lucky Dumpling Market. Jas has also worked with a variety of local musicians as a producer and engineer, while continuing to record and release her own music. Her debut single, Jealous was rewarded with a nomination for a People’s Choice Award in the Pop Category at the 2021 SA Music Awards.

Jas is extremely passionate about the entertainment industry and prides herself on her warm and friendly nature. Her continued desire to learn and grow as a musician (and person!) is reflected in her enthusiastic approach to teaching. Jas is motivated to build a supportive environment where students can freely express themselves, increase their confidence, and discover their own creative voice.”



A full 10 week term of ten 30 minute classes is $385

Further Information:

For students 7 years and over

Please phone Theatre Bugs on (08) 8332 1228 or email