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Competitions

Get Competition Ready with Coach Tina

Are you ready to elevate your singing skills and step confidently onto the competition stage? Look no further than Coach Tina Alcorace, the visionary behind Rise Academy of Music. With over a decade of vocal coaching and performing experience, Tina is your ultimate mentor in unlocking your full singing potential.

A Legacy of Excellence

Tina Alcorace's musical journey is a testament to dedication and talent. With an impressive array of qualifications, including a Masters in Teaching (Music), a Bachelor of Contemporary Music, and certification as a Voice Technician and APPI Mat Pilates Instructor, Tina's commitment to honing her skills is evident.

Industry Insider

Tina's profound industry knowledge and extensive experience are unparalleled. She has graced the airwaves and television screens, with appearances on iconic shows such as Young Talent Time, Australia's Got Talent, Australian Idol, XFactor, and The Voice Australia. In 2018, Tina was honored to serve as a judge on Channel Seven's hit show, 'All Together Now,' solidifying her reputation as a music industry luminary.

A Passionate Pursuit of Excellence

Despite her remarkable achievements, Tina remains dedicated to her personal musical growth, embodying values of hard work, humility, and passion. It's these very principles that drove her to establish Rise Academy of Music, a sanctuary where aspiring vocalists can harness their skills under the guidance of an industry professional who leads by example.

Your Path to Success Starts Here

If you're serious about preparing for competitions, Coach Tina is your ultimate mentor. Her wealth of experience, diverse skill set, and authentic passion for music make her the perfect guide for those seeking to excel in singing competitions. With Tina by your side, you'll not only polish your vocal prowess but also gain invaluable insights into thriving in the competitive music industry.

So, are you ready to rise to the occasion?

 

Join Coach Tina at the Rise Academy of Music and let her expertise propel you towards victory on the competition stage

Benefits of Competition;

  1. Performance Experience: Singing in front of an audience is an important part of developing as a singer. Eisteddfods and competitions provide singers with opportunities to perform in front of a live audience, which can help them build their confidence and improve their stage presence.

  2. Feedback and Critique: Competitions often involve judges who provide constructive feedback to the singers, which can help them identify areas of improvement and work on their weaknesses. This can be especially helpful for singers who are still learning and trying to improve their skills.

  3. Recognition and Exposure: Winning or placing in a competition can provide singers with valuable recognition and exposure. This can help them build their reputation and increase their chances of getting noticed by industry professionals.

  4. Networking Opportunities: Competitions and eisteddfods also offer singers the opportunity to meet and network with other performers, industry professionals, and music lovers. This can lead to new opportunities for collaboration, performance, and career advancement.

 

Overall, eisteddfods and competitions can be a great way for singers to develop their skills, gain valuable experience, and increase their exposure within the music industry.

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Tina Alcorace

Upcoming Competitions

Check out the latest and upcoming competitions around Sydney, Australia!

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The Voice Australia

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Ultimate Mic Battle

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Australian Idol

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Classical Voice Singing Compe

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Sydney Eisteddfod

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Northern Beaches Eisteddfod

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Hornsby Singing Competitio

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