Voice Teachers

Amy Jaulin Fuller

Amy Jaulin Fuller is a vocalist and actor who has been singing since the age of 4. Amy, born in Perth and raised in Fremantle, is now based in Melbourne.

Classically trained by Christina Riley (WA Opera Company) and Tayrn Fiebig (Australian Opera Company), at 15 Amy won best overall vocalist for the W.A. Star Search competition. The following year she sang the Australian National Anthem solo before 8000 people at Perth Entertainment Center. Amy then studied at The West Australian Academy of Performing Arts where she further developed her vocal skills. During that time Amy could be seen performing at various jazz venues around Perth.

In 2006 Amy attended the annual Seth Riggs Vocal camp in Los Angeles. During 2007 Amy wrote the melody and lyrics on original House dance tracks with a Perth producer/DJ. At this time, she also completed her Cert 3 in Music Performance and Music Industry Skills before moving to Melbourne in 2010.  Amy has performed with the Melbourne Jazz Jammers at various venues in Melbourne including the Wangaratta Jazz Festival.

Amy travelled to LA again in 2010 with the Australian Institute of Performing Arts (AIPA) as part of their talent developing tour called “Glee Club Australia” where she performed at all the major theme Parks and Hollywood Blvd.

Amy completed a Bachelor of Music majoring in Voice at the Australian Institute of Music (AIM) Melbourne in 2017 and now, as a singing teacher is eager to share her knowledge.

Anne Vercoe

Anne Vercoe B Music AcU, Bachelor of Music Performance AcU, Bachelor of Music Theatre and Opera, Bachelor of Arts Monash, Dip Ed Monash, Grad dip. Opera and Music Theatre VCA.

Anne is experienced in acting, having appeared on Neighbours, Blue Heelers etc and has been a singer of diverse styles for twenty years. She has appeared in Carols by Candlelight at Myer Music Bowl and many other events , both in Australia and abroad. She has produced 13 CDS, including  four  albums of original songs for children which were commissioned by Darshan Acadamies in Delhi, India.

“I love teaching  kids and adults singing, focusing  on expression and good musicality and also guitar and ukulele again, focusing on musicianship and theory.  I am also experienced at acting tuition.”

Eliza Bennetts O'Connor

Eliza is a classical singer with over 16 years of training and extensive performance experience with leading opera company Victorian Opera. Eliza's introduction to music was through Suzuki Voice and Suzuki Piano training. She holds a Bachelor of Music specialising in Classical Voice and is going on to complete her Masters of Opera Performance at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.

Eliza works extensively with children, teaching performing arts, singing and piano. She values the reward of teaching and working with children, finding their energy and development inspiring. Eliza has experience teaching all ages of children and is driven to nurture their love of music. In fostering this love of music, her lessons incorporate and develop the student’s technique, repertoire, language skills and performance practice. As an avid performer in musical theatre, Eliza is excited to expose her students to classical, contemporary and musical theatre repertoire.

In addition to her teaching endeavours, Eliza has been a member of Victorian Opera since 2013, performing with their Youth Ensemble (VOYCE) as well as a number of Productions including: The Grumpiest Boy in the World, Four Saints in Three Acts, The Magic Pudding, The Cunning Little Vixen, William Tell, Parsifal, and most recently, The Selfish Giant. Eliza recently worked on a new initiative ‘Baby Bilby Sings,’ engaging children aged 0-5 in the wonderful world of opera.

Jesika Clark

An accomplished musician, Jesika Clark relishes any opportunity she has to perform, as a vocalist or instrumentalist. While completing her honours in Music Performance of Classical Voice at the University of Melbourne she performed in Rossini’s William Tell (Victorian Opera) and Dialogues des Carmélites (MCM). Her teacher and mentor is Suzanne Johnson. Jesika has also performed at many prestigious events with the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir under celebrated conductor Andrew Wailes including the Melbourne Cup, the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the Olivia Newton-John Charity Gala, the Prime Minister’s Olympic Gala and the Melbourne ANZAC Day Dawn Service.

Aside from performing, Jesika loves to share her musical knowledge and passion with her students. She began her studies in piano with Yamaha Music Education and under the tutelage of Peter Hurley was awarded her Associate of Music Diploma in 2017. She has accompanied many school choirs and accompanies for AMEB and music scholarship exams.

Mishael Figuera

Mishael has been performing in musical theatre, choirs and bands for over 25 years.  She has performed many roles including Cosette in Les Miserables, Laurey in Oklahoma and Rapunzel in Into The Woods.  Mishael has provided vocal lessons for over 20 and is heavily involved with choirs, producing productions for her church and The Australian College of the Arts (Collarts), which is her alma mater.

Recently, Mishael undertook a Bachelor of Arts (music), majoring in contemporary music performance to enable her to focus more on her music. Her great passion is musical theatre.  Being classically trained, however, she is able to teach all styles of voice to all age groups.

Peter Hurley

Peter Hurley has had a broad and lengthy career contemplating aural training. During a 25 year period, he has been involved in primary, secondary and tertiary music programs as a teacher, assessor and curriculum developer. Peter is currently lecturer in Aural Studies and Topics in Musicology – Music Theatre and Cabaret at the University of Melbourne. He continues to be involved in curriculum development and as an assessor with the AMEB, the VCAA and the Yamaha Music Foundation. Peter has also lectured at the VCA, Box Hill Institute, Melba Memorial Conservatorium, the VMTA, and the Suzuki Talent Education Association and continues associations with these institutions. He is currently engaged in post graduate research in audio cognition, specifically relating to pitch and memory. Peter is one of our wonderful senior  teachers here at Music Works Magic teaching traditional piano, Suzuki piano theory and aural musicianship as well as voice and musical theatre.