Caitlyn Woolley – Piano Teacher (Mondays)
Caitlyn is one of our Piano teachers – suited to Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced. She is available on Mondays for lessons, subject to availability.
Born and raised in Perth, Caitlyn began piano lessons at the age of 8. She completed the AMEB exams through to Grade 7 practical and Grade 5 theory. During this time, she entered some local competitions and eisteddfods receiving several ‘outstanding’ awards and certificates. In 2008 she was presented the Academic Music Award at her high school in Perth.
After completing her tertiary studies in 2009, Caitlyn successfully auditioned for WAAPA and the University of WA. On acceptance of the offer from UWA, she began studying Classical Piano under the tutelage of Graeme Gilling. During the degree she accomplished two solo recitals and graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Music majoring in Piano. Caitlyn also performed in many Chamber ensembles. She received her AMUS in piano in 2012 and her LMUS in 2015.
In 2017 after teaching in Perth for 6 years, Caitlyn moved to Melbourne to further her pursuits in teaching and music, including a new residency in ‘Zyklus’ a band new to the Melbourne scene.
Caitlyn has such a great infectious energy and is excited to help you reach your goals.
Caitlyn plays: 6 Scherzo No 1 in B minor, Frederic Chopin 1810 1849 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcZHPQRWFCo
Zachary Lazarevski – Piano Teacher (By Appointment)
Zachary Lazarevski is our Piano teachers – suited to Beginner / Intermediate / Advanced. He is available for lessons, subject to availability.
Zac is a very passionate teacher who loves to help people of all ages discover the joy of music, and become knowledgeable, independent and versatile musicians. He has the skill to balance innovative new methods and a natural instinct, with traditional teaching techniques.
A student of Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Zac is currently in his 2nd year of his Bachelor of Music degree. Prior to being accepted, Zac studied for four years with Robin Smith, the musical director of the London Olympic Games opening ceremony, and composer of the title track from Luciano Pavarotti’s final album -“Ti Adoro.” Zac received his Diploma of contemporary Music in 2008.
Although his main field of expertise is classical piano, he’s a versatile musician and teacher who embraces all styles and genres including classical, jazz, pop and rock. A passionate singer since the age of five, his extensive experience composing songs and singing in choirs and rock bands makes him especially qualified to teach singers to accompany themselves on the piano.
He communicates with his students to determine exactly what they want to achieve, inspires them to aim high, and provides them with all the tools, resources, and guidance they need to achieve their goals.