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Our Story


Starting from a humble home studio in Burwood in 2006, The Sydney Voice Studio was founded by our director - singer, music researcher and mum-of-three, Dr. Veronica Stewart. Thousands of students later, the studio has grown into a bespoke teaching, performance and creative space in Canada Bay. Our studio links teachers, students, clients and community to the music industry, secondary and tertiary institutions, and national/international learning opportunities.

Yet most of all, our studio is proud to teach the many benefits of singing to people from all walks of life.

Enjoy sound treated studios with three beautiful teaching rooms equipped for both in-studio and online teaching, providing an excellent environment for ​learning, experience and creative expression. 

No longer a home studio, yet small enough to certainly feel like home for many of the families and clients we work with.

Our Team of Teachers + Artists


We live and breathe music and enjoy sharing our passion with our students with a collective 30+ yrs of experience in singing and vocal pedagogy, songwriting, live performance, recording, musicianship, self-accompaniment, music research and the music industry. 


All of our teachers and studio staff are trained in child-safety for both online and in-studio teaching contexts and hold current NSW Government/Office of the Children's Guardian Working with Children checks. 


Dr  Veronica Stewart

Managing Director

Researcher - Programs and Pedagogy

Dr Veronica Stewart is our studio director, founder, program researcher and writer.  She has worked with students 5-95 years, and has rubbed shoulders with musicians from all walks of life - from singing and volunteering to share music and voice skills in homeless shelters, through to performing alongside Aria award nominees and Grammy award winners. Vee is a doting parent, singer, educator, researcher and author who enjoys passing on the many transferrable and transformative skills that singing and performance brings to students of all ages. Her interests include singing for personal development and wellbeing, music education, music creativity and flow states, and songwriting. Veronica is a current board member of The Australian Voice Association, and is a previous council member of The Australian National Association of Teachers of Singing. She holds a position as Lecturer, working with postgraduate students at the Australian Institute of Music.

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Alyssa Cavaleri

B.Mus, Singer-Songwriter & APRA Member

Principal Voice Teacher | Student Development


A passionate musician, Alyssa holds a Bachelor of Music from JMC Academy and is currently recording her original work for release in 2021. Her positive and gentle approach to learning singing and music is consistently praised by our adult students and families alike. Alyssa performs regularly and is a huge fan of Jazz, Pop, RnB and Soft Rock. Alyssa is known for being a diverse singer who brings passion and versatility towards the different stylistic needs of each genre.  Alyssa loves supporting other individuals through their own musical journeys, whether that be in professional music settings or simply singing for personal enjoyment.


Teaching Availability:

Monday to Wednesday



Alisha Mishhawi

B.Mus, Singer-Songwriter

Principal Voice Teacher


Alisha is a singer-songwriter and professional musician who completed her Bachelors of Music from the Australian Institute of Music (AIM) and a Diploma of School Age Education and Care, and understands the unique learning and teaching requirements of school-aged students. After graduating from AIM, Alisha has enjoyed a successful performance career, solidly sought for national and international touring cruise productions and programs. Alisha has performed alongside international and local artists, such as Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, and Alpha Mama. Her passions are in mentoring students on stage presence, performance etiquette and vocal pedagogy, creating confident singers of all ages. 


Teaching Availability:

Monday, Thursday and Fridays



Julia Vaccaro


Junior Singing Teacher & Teaching Assistant

Julia is a professional singer-songwriter and performer who aspires to become a recording artist.  She released her debut EP in 2022 and continues to write and use her piano knowledge to build herself as a recording artist.  

Performing weekly at venues and events, Julia attended The Sydney Conservatorium of Music for both piano and vocal studies. She began performing at the age of 6, singing in leading roles in events from the Entertainment Centre “Tell Me A Story” to a well known Italian Festival in Mola Di Bari, Italy.  She is described as easy-going and down to earth using humor and character in her teaching style, and enjoys teaching youngsters and to inspire them in finding their own unique passion for singing and music.

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Prithvi Singh

B.Mus, Singer-Songwriter & APRA Member

Associate Voice Teacher | Resource & Events

Prith is a Sydney based RnB singer-songwriter and performer who is now in the process of releasing his first debut album (2021). Becoming interested in music from the age of 8, he began his musical journey playing piano. It wasn’t until the age of 15 that he began playing guitar and taking singing and music performance as a serious career choice. As his love for music grew, he started performing at school and various events such as holding the lead role for ‘Wakakirri", Australia’s largest performing arts event for schools. Since these humble beginnings, he has since completed his degree in contemporary voice, music and performance at Sydney's  JMC Academy. An avid songwriter, Prith assists our students in areas of voice development, performance, songwriting and music theory.


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Brodie Baldwin

Singer, Songwriter; ANATS and APRA Member

Principal Voice Teacher | Course Developer


Brodie Baldwin is a passionate Singer-Songwriter, Vocal Coach and Performer who holds a Bachelor of Music from JMC Academy. Growing up on the coast, with an itch for music and performance, Brodie took part in many local productions and choirs, receiving the ‘Coastal Music Award’, two years running. After leaving High School, she moved to Sydney to study Music at a higher level, finding her passion for songwriting. Since graduating, Brodie has released her own music and collaborations with other artists, performed in numerous venues in Sydney and most recently was a part of Sondheim’s musical ‘Company’, playing Amy, performed at IO Myers Theatre. Brodie holds an overwhelming affection for teaching; specialising in contemporary voice, songwriting and musical theatre with interests in audition preparation and HSC & AMEB exams. Brodie has an enthusiastic and compassionate teaching approach, and aims to build her student’s confidence and musicianship.

Teaching Availability:

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays


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Vanessa Cecconi

Singer, Current Student: Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (UNSW)

Junior Singing Teacher & Teaching Assistant


Vanessa works with young voices and beginners under the training and supervision of our studio director, Dr. Veronica Stewart. Having been a student of our studio for eight (8) years, Vanessa understands the many facets of singing, musicianship, performance and the development stages of young voices: "Being able to help a student see their potential and watching them grow their confidence" is an element of teaching that inspires her kind, calm and gentle approach to learning. She is currently undertaking her degree in Occupational Therapy with The University of New South Wales (UNSW) and hopes to combine the benefits of singing and her experience as a singer and musician, in her career as an occupational and/or music therapist in future.

Teaching Availability

Thursdays and Saturdays 


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