The group caters for singers with some choral experience and looks at a wide range of repertoire from medieval and renaissance to contemporary works.
The previous repertoire has included medieval and renaissance music, madrigals, selections from the baroque and classical periods, romantic part-songs and contemporary music, including musical theatre and imaginative works from emerging and established Australian composers.
2019 Camp Creative Survey
"Our tutor's warm creative personality flows into the course - always encouraging. People gain confidence and become better at sight sight-reading and pitching notes. She brings out the singing 'best' in all the students."
Rose Saunders is an amazing tutor. She brings out the best in your voice through patience, kindness, and a wealth of experience. I thoroughly enjoyed my week."
"Rose Saunders is an extremely knowledgeable tutor as she is an experienced singer herself and has sung with many choirs and groups around Australia."
2018 Camp Creative Survey
"This was my third year with Savvy Singers and I have to give enormous kudos to tutor Rose and accompanist Helen. They are so professional and kind and know how to bring out the best in all the singers. The week was, as always, extraordinary."
"I am a first-timer for Camp Creative. I chose Savvy Singers so I could learn from a professional singing teacher, and I learned a lot!"
"Rose Saunders is special — she has so much to share, and she does it well .. with loads of warmth."
2017 Camp Creative Survey
"There was a range of music and song styles. The people were lovely, with a broad range of backgrounds and interests given the small number of people in the group. A lovely way to spend a week."
Rose was lovely. Personable, funny, encouraging and obviously very enthusiastic and knowledgeable. She "handled all the group personalities very well."
"Another great week. Good balance of activities..warmups, new stuff, varied repertoire, 3 performances. student input."
"Was a bit technical and challenging at times but I enjoyed stretching myself."