Teacher of: Contemporary Voice Workshop
Sally Marett has been performing professionally for over 20 years, starting
her career on the Channel 7 television program “Home & Away” at the age
of 15. She appeared on the show as a regular character for 2 years before
studying Theatre and Acting at the Western Australian Academy of
Performing Arts (WAAPA) where she completed an Advanced Diploma of
Performing Arts. During this time Sally continued building her love of music,
and in 2004 she studied and completed a Bachelor of Contemporary Music
(majoring in voice) at Southern Cross University in Lismore.
After graduating in 2006 Sally moved back to Sydney and began playing
professionally on the live music scene, where she continues to thrive today.
She was the lead vocalist in the band Shinola! and regularly performs in a
variety of different projects singing contemporary styles including Jazz,
Soul, Funk, Hip Hop and Pop. In 2010 she released an EP of her original
music. More recently Sally was a member of electronic soul duo POLY,
where she assumed the roles of vocalist and co-song writer. The band
launched in November 2013, and was very well received with airplay on
triple j unearthed digital, as well as cementing themselves with an exciting
live show. Sally has performed backing vocals for artists such as Illy, Paris
Wells and Ngaiire and has appeared on Channel 7’s “Sunrise” program
and Channel 9’s “The Footy Show”.
Sally is currently working on her debut solo project Marét due late 2017.
Sally has been teaching since 2007 both privately, in the Independent
Schools system and at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s Open
Academy, where she teaches the Contemporary Singing programs. In 2010
she conducted a vocal workshop at Southern Cross University as part of
their Women in Contemporary Music program. She is a warm and
engaging singer and educator who is passionate about music and music