Alice has started singing since she was
9. Representing school for performances,
taking part in competitions, her music journey had been eventful. In 1995, she formalised her training by
taking up courses in a pop music school, and spent a year of private vocal
training under classical and musical genre. Throughout the years, she has
performed in different set ups such as mandarin pop choir, charity shows,
musicals, “unplugged" live lead singing, emceeing events, as well as
church choir and worship lead.
In 2007, due to a heavy teaching workload
and singing demands on her voice, Alice's throat was severely inflamed and her voice was lost completely. That's when she
realised a good vocal technique was so important for all singers and speakers
to protect their voices -- a crucial element to express oneself.
With that passion in her heart, Alice had her voice trained with Speech Level Singing (SLS) technique, and flew to Los
Angeles to be certified as a SLS Instructor (2009 – 2013). Ever since,
she has been teaching singers doing different genres, from all walks of life. She was also the appointed Regional
Representative for SLS in 2011 and 2012, organising vocal events for South-East
In 2014, Alice joined the Institute for
Vocal Advancement (IVA) organization as a Certified IVA Instructor, devoting
herself in more learning and education.
She was also the Area Representative for IVA in Singapore (2015 & 2016),
responsible in guiding new teachers through their certification processes, and
holding regional events.
"There was once a Person shared
with me, 'A vocal teacher is just like a spot light on stage, hidden somewhere
unseen, yet shining so strongly on a singer, contributing to their success in their
performances...' Being a vocal instructor gives me an opportunity to grow
a person's voice, be it a total beginner or advanced singers. It's really
amazing, seeing them improving in their vocal capabilities over time. It
is truly... blessed to be a blessing."
- Alice Wong
Provides In-Person Lessons
Provides On-Line Lessons