Wild Voices Music Theatre studio practice provides holistic training informed by a lifelong commitment to learning and self-development. We draw on repertoire from all genres – classical and contemporary – and from as many cultures as possible. We recognise Australia as a multilingual country, embracing the languages of all those we come into contact with and aiming to utilise multiple languages in our work.

A healthy body, excellent posture and good movement awareness are essential for healthy, efficient and powerful artistry as an actor, singer, pianist, conductor, teacher – and will support good communication and leadership skills in all workplaces.

A high level of literacy in music and language (vocal and physical) are essential components of artistic perception. Development of literacy skills is a major focus of our work with all students from lesson one onwards.

Artistry and mastery require a complex set of skills and attributes that:

  • involve behavioural change
  • require rigorous development of craft and technique
  • call on a range of physical and psychological resources
  • require a deep understanding of the artistic canon, and
  • embrace science and art equally.

We work across disciplines and collaborate with a range of professionals to ensure students needs are met by those with the most appropriate skills.

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WVMT is based at The Oak, 11 Rosevear Place, Dickson, ACT. These studios, the creation of Kim Harvey and Roland Hector, are state-of-the-art. Dianna has exclusive use of the purpose built voice/piano Studio 7 for private teaching, and also utilises the large Studio 8 (where Mrs Black-Shiny, the baby grand, now resides) for WVMT activities. Dianna teaches The Singing Dancer class for Kim Harvey School of Dance.