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Vivo Music Studio is a private teaching studio offering lessons in singing, piano and music theory both online and in North Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire, and North Lincolnshire.

Vivo Music Studio was set up originally in New Zealand in 2006. The studio provides a fun and laid back learning environment that focuses on the individual.

The studio is run by Mezzo-Soprano Kamilla Dunstan, for more information please visit the professional website by clicking here

Students have been offered places and gone onto train at leading performing arts schools such as the Royal College of Music (London),  The Royal Northern College of Music (Manchester), Urdang (London), Performers College (Essex), Body Works (Cambridge) and LIPA (Liverpool).

Students have had major successes at National Competitions such as David Clover Festival of Singing (Sheffield), Mrs Sunderland Festival (Huddersfield), Worksop Music & Drama Festival and the Robin Hood Music & Drama Festival (Doncaster).

Students take part in external examinations such as ABRSM, Trinity Guildhall and The London College of Music.

Vivo Music Studio holds annual concerts locally where students are invited to perform with a professional pianist to showcase the work they have been doing in the studio. The studio wants to provide a safe and friendly environment where students can test out new techniques, take risks and more importantly have fun!

All lessons are 1:1 and face-to-face. Cash, Card and Online Bank Transfer is accepted in the studio.

Kamilla holds an Enhanced DBS Certificate and a Safe Guarding Children Level 3.

Kamilla is a graduate of Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Royal College of Music International Opera School. Kamilla has worked with companies such as the Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, English National Opera, Garsington Opera, London Handel Festival and has been fortunate to perform in venues such as the Wigmore Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall and St Paul’s Cathedral, London.

Kamilla was a previous ABRSM Scholar, Polonsky Fellow (Aspen Music Festival & School, USA) and Wagner Stipendien (Bayreuth Festspiele, Germany).

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