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Margaret O'Hanlon
The Singers Workshop NZ

Learn to sing for confidence
and pleasure.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

It's hard to explain quite how brilliant Margaret is. She is wonderfully funny and light hearted which put me at ease (and I needed it). There are so many complexities to creating sound and singing that I didn't know and she has these amazing techniques that make it simple to digest and fun to approach. I've laughed so hard and enjoyed every single minute of working with her. Margaret has an amazing capacity to get the very best out of everyone she works with and have fun while you're doing it.  The transformation I've witnessed in myself and with the people I've seen her work with is just incredible. We are just so lucky to have her here in Queenstown and I feel truly honoured to have worked with her and will be eternally grateful for the confidence she has given me and the voice she has helped me discover.  

- Claire Stewart  (Beginners Course)

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Margaret O'Hanlon
Your Teacher

Margaret O'Hanlon studied at the Laguardia School of the Arts where she majored in Voice and received a Diploma in Music.  From there she received a BA/LA at SUNY Purchase.  Before moving to NZ Margaret performed her own penned Cabaret shows in NY's Greenwich Village.  

 

After moving to NZ, Margaret began teaching privately and working as Musical Director and Choir Director for local Musical Theatre companies and Community groups.  As her student numbers grew, Margaret started running her Beginners Singing Classes.  From there her classes expanded to include the Continuing Singing classes, Harmony and Performance.  In 2022 Margaret launched her Singing Academy for young singers. 

Margaret's method is based around the natural ability to sing.  Using an instinctive approach to producing sound and breathing she allows students to discover the natural resonance within their bodies. 

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