Mentoring and teaching programmes
Petah is an accomplished soloist, having performed both nationally and internationally, recording for the Stradivarius Milano label. Petah promotes a healthy and fun approach to music; and is currently studying the Feldenkrais Method with a particular interest in its benefits for all musicians.
The music is not in the instrument, the music is in you!
"Petah mentors my daughter Juliette. Without Petah’s dedication and support she would not have achieved such wonderful results, not only in her singing abilities but also in her confidence and her vision on where she would like to take her singing in the future. It is with the encouragement from Petah that Juliette continues to learn German as a language and has recently taken on theatre work, all to continue her growth in her performing arts, especially in Opera."
- Virginia, Parent of student in Petah Chapman's mentorship programme.
"Petah is a musician of outstanding ability with an extraordinary understanding of musical style and context. As a teacher she has the ability to draw on the students strengths and improve technique and musicality seamlessly in a way that is inspiring and lasting. I highly recommend Petah as a coach; her combined performance experience and dedication as a teacher is uniquely rare"
- Khalida DeRidder, Principal, Melbourne Classical Guitar and Violin Studio.
Lessons are available online and in-person, in contemporary or classical Voice, Violin and Guitar. Lessons are tailored to the individual student. Petah teaches ages 4-104, from beginner to advanced skill levels. Book your $20 introductory lesson today.
All students learning with Petah become part of her Mentorship programme, which assists in identifying and pursuing opportunities for development, and provides assistance in finding and submitting successful applications for scholarships and bursaries to help students further their education and open their eyes
Petah Chapman has 16 years experience as a music
teacher both privately and in schools. She is the recipient
of a Churchill Fellowship to promote access to music
tuition for young people in regional Australia and is
particularly passionate about giving everyone equal
opportunity and exposure to experience music at a
high level of excellence.