Author Archives: Diana Sharp
New Website link!
Hi singers! Head on over to http://www.SharpPerformanceStudio.com to see what’s happening with singing lessons at the studio. Drop me a line at email@example.com and get in touch with any singing questions. At the new(ish) site you’ll find information on the … Continue reading
Singing Lessons at the Kanata Studio- Fall 2021
Hi Singers! Have you checked out our new website: http://www.sharpperformancestudio.com? There’s lots of info, articles, reviews etc to check out. Try out a free taster singing lesson there too. You’ll still find updated news here but there’s more links and … Continue reading
Online Singing Lessons
We’ve moved! Ok, well, we haven’t physically gone far. We’re now fully online and have started teaching students from as far away as Australia direct from Canada’s capital. No matter where you are, so long as you have internet, we’re … Continue reading
What’s new? Performance Coaching, that’s what!
Performance Coaching? Yep. Performance coaching helps musicians fine tune their on stage delivery. Great athletes have coaches to work on getting the best out of every competition, game, race, or basically, their performance. A Music Performance Coach does the same … Continue reading
Business just got bigger!
I’m expanding, that’s business wise! Joining the studio on Monday nights is ex student and final year Voice student at Ottawa University – teacher Jessica Simpson. If you’re interested in meeting Jessica for a taster lesson, get in touch (see … Continue reading
After a good deal of hard work on their part, I’m thrilled to report successful auditions for singers to: AIMS Opera Program in Austria; offers received from Ottawa, Carleton and Toronto University Voice programs; and a successful musical run of … Continue reading
Kanata Singing Teacher and Singer
Hi, I’m Diana Sharp, a singing teacher and singer located in Kanata, Ontario. Welcome! I love singing and working with singers. My background is in studying bel canto technique and working as an opera singer in the UK, but in … Continue reading