Sheena Styles

Sheena is a multi-instrumentalist and music teacher from Dublin. Sheena teaches saxophone, piano (gold medal) and musical theatre and popular singing. She has also been very active in the Irish music industry over the last 10 years.

With over twelve years teaching experience and six years in a musical director role, she is an extremely organised and motivated teacher. .Sheena has a huge interest in using music to help heal. She uses her knowledge in music therapy during her lessons to make sure students can use their music lessons to learn to play and perform but also as a tool to help their mental health.

Harvey Coates

Harvey is an Anglo-Indian guitarist and music producer from Bristol with a strong background in folk music and traditional folk instruments. Harvey’s current pursuit is in the area of sound healing, and is doing extensive research into the best practices for using music and sound as a tool for meditation, and the scientific benefits that come with it. Harvey has an extensive personal experience of meditation and mindfulness practices, and is confident that sound can be used scientifically in order to inform and enhance traditional meditative practices.

Brian Gilligan

Brian qualified from Voice College London with a Higher Diploma in Contemporary Voice Teaching after obtaining both Degrees in Music Performance from The Royal Irish Academy of Music and a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from DCU. He has had a lengthy career as both a singer and actor in Musical Theatre appearing in critically acclaimed productions between London's West End and Irish stages in The Commitments, Once The Musical, Eugenius, Assassins, Faustus, Jimmy's Hall, Anglo The Musical, The Gaiety Panto, West Side Story and most recently Disney's The Lion King.

Lyndsey Connolly

Lyndsey holds a Music Therapy Master of Arts from the University of Limerick, Ireland. Prior to receiving her masters, Lyndsey graduated from BIMM Institute with a degree in Commercial Modern Music; specialising in voice and pedagogy. She is passionate about the use of the singing voice and how it can have a positive impact on the mental health and well-being of others. She is currently training to be a voice psychotherapist at the Music Psychotherapy Centre in New York, under the tutelage of Diane Austin.

Klaas Jan de Vries

Music is his first love, his habitat, according to his best friend. Klaas Jan directs you with certainty to the place where your heart starts singing. You will experience the joy of connecting through sound instantly. You will learn to feel sounds intimately. Change the world with your vibrancy!

Nandani Maria Sinha

Nandani Maria Sinha is internationally acclaimed for her passionate performances and presence. She is a favourite mezzo-soprano in Southern California, performing regularly with Los Angeles Opera, Long Beach Opera, Opera Santa Barbara, California Philharmonic, and Redlands Symphony. As a teacher Nani has taught as a master voice teacher for LA Opera, Hollywood films, and Music for Medicine.

Oto Winkler

Oto is a qualified personal trainer, nutrition consultant and fitness instructor with over 12 years of experience. He specializes in motivation, strength training, weight loss and healthy living. He enjoys sports, fitness, nutrition, and sound therapy, and he offers one-on-one sessions and workshops. Oto is committed to helping others achieve their lifestyle goals, while pursuing his own personal development.

Tiarnán Shortt

Tiarnán completed his Bachelor of Music in the TU Dublin Conservatoire of Music and Drama, graduating with a First Class Honours and specialising in music pedagogy. He teaches singing as a form of self-expression, grounded in healthy techniques which can be transferred to all aspects of life from mindfulness to public speaking to overall vocal and physical health. Singing should be a fun and exciting activity and this is at the heart of his teaching ethos.

Annalisa Monticelli

Accompanist, teacher, opera coach and performer. Specialisations in solo piano and chamber music (performance and instructing); orchestral keyboards (Piano, Celesta, Harpsichord, Organ); voice, jazz and choral performance; experience coaching choirs and high school rock bands; Latin and Spanish music research and performance; Choral conductor and arranger; teaching music for the early ages; Jazz Studies: Piano and voice / arranging and improvisation. Speaks fluent English, Italian and Spanish.

Eiméar Harper

Eiméar Harper is an Irish soprano, who holds a Bachelor of Music, specialising in Pedagogy. Eiméar is passionate about high quality, tailored teaching, and her aim is to guide singers as they explore and discover their unique and valuable voices.