Vocal Masterclasses with Shelli Hulcombe

NECOM vocal scholarship students were recently invited to perform in vocal master classes with guest teacher, Shelli Hulcombe as part of their NECOM scholarship benefits.

Shelli Hulcombe, (pictured right with Erin Skinner) Lecturer in Voice, visited NECOM in early April. Shelli studied at the Queensland Conservatorium and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. She has been a guest artist with most Australian state orchestras including Queensland Symphony and Philharmonic Orchestras, X-Collective, the Tasmanian and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.

Shelli has recorded for ABC Classics, including Carmina Burana, the Messiah, Voice of the Angel, and Sacred Music of the Renaissance. Other recent notable performances have included tours to Angkor Wat for the Taiwan International Arts Festival and Queensland Music Festival.

 

Shelli performs for Musica Viva, is the convenor of voice for the Young Conservatorium and President of ANATS Qld (Aust National Association of Teachers of Singing.

 

NECOM student Dakotah had a masterclass with Shelli and advised that she really appreciated the chance to have a professional in the industry look at her work with fresh eyes. Shelli provided her with new and different insights and was able to reinforce techniques on areas that Dakotah had been working on.

NECOM scholarship students were recently invited to perform in vocal masterclasses with Shelli Hulcombe as part of their NECOM scholarship benefits.

Shelli Hulcombe, (pictured right with Erin Skinner) Lecturer in Voice Shelli studied at the Qld Conservatorium and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. She has been guest artist with most Australian state orchestras including Queensland Symphony and Philharmonic Orchestras, X-Collective, the Tasmanian and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.

 

Shelli has recorded for ABC Classics, including Carmina Burana, the Messiah, Voice of the Angel, and Sacred Music of the Renaissance. Other recent notable performances have included tours to Angkor Wat for the Taiwan International Arts Festival and Queensland Music Festival.

 

Shelli performs for Musica Viva, is convenor of voice for the Young Conservatorium and President of ANATS Qld (Aust National Association of Teachers of Singing.

 

NECOM student Dakotah had a masterclass with Shelli and advised that she really appreciated the chance to have a professional in the industry look at her work with fresh eyes. Shelli provided her with new and different insights and was able to reinforce techniques on areas that Dakotah had been working on.

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