Just like a baby learning to walk, the skills taught at the Kim Kallie Performance Academy absorb into the long term memory and are accessed when needed.
The academy teaches students how to make commercial songs of their own and help songwriters develop into individual products. During their time at the academy each student develops a repertoire of songs that become very valuable for auditions and performances.
Kim Kallie Performance Academy cover all genres of music except opera. The students are watched, critiqued and ‘grown’ from all sides and each term has it goals, which focuses on different growth aspects of each student
Kristi has been performing since she was 15, at which age she produced her first single “I need more time” with SA band Goodluck. Since then Kristi has performed at a number of high-level charity, sports and awards events, as well as opening at the 2018 World Symposium on Pulmonary Hypertension in Nice, France.
Gabriella du Plessis
Gabriella was a student at the academy for a number of years, she sings and plays the piano. She entered Idols at the age of 16 and got to the final top 16. She was one of the youngest contestants. She now has a release of her own out called ’Not looking for love’. Her professional career has begun!
Lia has recently been accepted into BIMM - London Music College. She is a very accomplished singer who is now ready to take her songwriting, singing and acting to the next level. She was recently on the Ryan O’Conner show singing live to thousands of people who stopped their cars to phone in to say how her performance had moved them.
Music has been a part of Claudia’s life as far back as she can remember – not a day goes by without her singing, humming or playing an instrument. Her passion for music grew over time and challenged her to try harder and expand her knowledge. Music is Claudia’s creative outlet, and her voice of expression.
Daniella has performed in various choirs and stage productions over the years, with a versatile vocal range from alto to soprano. She will be participating in her school’s Chorale at the World Choir Games in 2020. Daniella plays the violin, guitar, ukulele and keyboard, and is active in drama, modern dancing, and other sports.