Quinn Ann Le
Quinn Ann Le is a singer, songwriter and vocal teacher. She has a Master of Music in Contemporary Vocal Performance and a Bachelor of Music in Classical Vocal Performance at the Australian Institute of Music. She is currently pursuing a Master of Teaching in Music at the Australian Catholic University.
She has also won a number of awards at singing competitions in the United States, Australia and Vietnam. In 2019, Quinn represented Australia at the World Championship of Performing Arts in California, USA and achieved a Bronze Medal in the contemporary popular singing competition. In 2017, she performed at the Saigon Opera House (Vietnam) as a soloist, accompanied by the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet and Opera Symphony Orchestra. She has also performed Opera with the Australian Institute of Music, Pacific Opera, and toured with the Symphony of Australia in 2015.
Quinn has experience in teaching students from early childhood to adults; from students who learn leisure to students who train for professional examinations (AMEB). Her teaching is enhanced by her 18 years of experience performing Pop Music, Classical Music, and Musical Theatre live in concerts and on television.
Through her Masters thesis, she has gained expertise in contemporary popular singing technique that she applies to her teaching. She also incorporates sight singing and aural training in her lessons to further develop her students’ musicianship skills. Quinn can also play the piano and regularly accompanies her students during lessons to create a realistic performance experience.
Quinn’s lesson is structured based on student’s goals, abilities and interests. She is patient and provides her students with professional guidance. Her teaching method involves creating a positive, encouraging and engaging environment for students to develop their natural talent and nurture their passion for music.