Bronte O’Neill

Academic Lecturer

Bronte O’Neill has been performing from the age of twelve in Pop, Rock, Music Theatre, and more recently; Soul, Rnb and Jazz. With over seven entertainment agents and various residencies; she can be seen performing regularly around Sydney. She has completed seven contracts as a Guest Entertainer for P&O Cruise lines and has featured at the Sydney Opera House, Luna Park, and the Royal Easter Show as well as with the Navy Big Band, the Blue Mountains Symphony Orchestra, and as a session backing vocalist for X Factor Australia and the AACTV Awards (Channel 7).

Bronte is also an established writer, working closely with fellow AIM Alumni Dominic Cabusi in Film Composition, Songwriting, Production and Publishing (ABC, SBS, Event Cinemas, HOYTS, Village Cinemas, KPM Music / Sony Music Publishing, BOSS). With projects across Feature Film, TV Series, Short Film and Advertising, the duo (Maari Music) specialise in creating Soundtrack / Score combinations. They recently saw the Cinema release of their largest project to date; ‘The Red Shoes: Next Step;’ featuring an 11-song Original Soundtrack and Full Film Score. As well as regular work in Screen Music, this duo releases Original Music under several different Alias’s that have gained international radio play, Airtime on MTV, and support slots for Artists such as North East Party House, Wafia and E^st.

When Bronte began vocal lessons at the age of thirteen she was immediately fascinated with the technical and anatomical aspects of the voice. Through intensive vocal coaching, a number of courses, Postgraduate study (specialising in Vocal Registers and Endurance for the Contemporary vocalist) and her own research, she has gained great knowledge and enthusiasm for anatomically informed vocal technique. Being a professional Session Vocalist and an Artist she is extremely passionate about combining sustainable vocal technique with genuine performance craft and artistry.