Naomi Eyers is a member of Estill International Certification Advisory Board.

Naomi Eyers

NAOMI EYERS has been performing and recording for 30 years. She created cabaret group “The Fabulous Singlettes” in 1986 and went on to receive ‘Pick of The Fringe’ at Edinburgh Fringe & then London’s West End where they were shortlisted for Olivier Award.  She has extensive recording and television experience both in Australia and abroad with BBC and Channel 4 specials, Royal Variety, as well as charting dance hits. She continues to regularly tour Europe performing in cabaret and in concerts as a jazz, soul and RnB singer.

Naomi studied Jazz Performance in Voice at Elder Conservatorium. She has led master classes at Guildhall School of Music in London, lectured in Singing at Flinders University and in Voice at Contemporary Music Course at TAFE SA & lectured in Voice & Speech at AC ARTS. She was introduced to Estill Voice Training in 2000 and it totally revolutionised her voice & singing. Naomi became an Estill Master Teacher in 2006 and in 2010 achieved Certified Course Instructor status. She now holds Advanced Testing Privileges and a Service Distinction from Estill Voice International. In 2013 she presented Estill Voice Training at Harvard University as part of Estill World Voice Symposium in 2013 with an international faculty and was a guest lecturer at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. Naomi has continued to perform and teach around the world, with a German cabaret tour and teaching presentations in Thailand, Singapore, Seoul, Hong Kong, London, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Canberra in the last 12 months. With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, she has continued to offer courses and workshops online. 

Naomi is currently president of The Estill  Certification Advisory Board and has served regularly as a board member since 2013