Author Archives: Corinna Hernandez

Stormy Autumn wedding

CONGRATULATIONS JANE AND JOHNNY🍾🎈🎉 After singing so many brides down the aisle, I had the honour to do the same for my little sister. It was hard keeping the tears back while singing Elvis Presley’s ‘Can’t help falling in love’💏❤😍 The ceremony was held at the beautiful Literaturhauscafe in Hamburg. After a walk along the Alster […]

Balcony engagement party

Samara and Dion celebrated their engagement party at the General Havelock on Hutt Street on a warm and sunny spring day. They had hired the area upstairs consisting of an inside and outside area. I was placed on the balcony and was lucky enough to provide acoustic music for guests while they were enjoying some […]

Spring garden ceremony

Julie and Charlie got married in a beautiful church garden in Goodwood, SA  on a warm spring day. It was an intimate celebration of their love with approximately 20 people witnessing. I was fortunate enough to be playing some acoustic tunes while guests were arriving. The bride and groom decided to arrive together and received […]

Rustic spring wedding

On a warm and sunny spring day Nigel and Lijun tied the knot on their family’s farm. I was lucky enough to bring music to their wedding reception held at the Mylor Hall in Adelaide hills. The room was set up with some basic but beautiful decoration and filled with light from fashionably decorated light […]

Winter Wedding at Port Germein and ‘out the block’

CONGRATULATIONS KYLIE AND ANDREW It was an absolute pleasure to be part of your wedding and fill it with music! What a beautiful spot you choose for your ceremony – the foreshore of Port Germein at the end of the old trail racks. The reception “out the block” was a huge success with fire, blankets, […]

Runner Up Live Wedding Entertainment 2018

  Last Tuesday the Australian Bridal Industry Academy (ABIA) hosted their annual ABIA awards, the 18th awards for SA. I was awarded Runner Up in the category best live wedding entertainment for South Australia in 2018 with an amazing customer satisfaction of 95.97%. I feel extremely honoured and proud of this achievement. I would like […]

How to learn to sing a song

When learning a new song we want to make sure that we learn the melody while establishing our most comfortable vocal effort. Below are steps to go through when learning a new song that will establish the most comfortable vocal effort and therefore set your voice up in a healthy way. (1) Siren: Sing the […]

Student Concert

Beginning of July I hosted Deviation Acoustic’s first student concert at the Glenelg Community Centre. It was a wonderful evening with beautiful music. We had over 30 people in the audience, family and friends of the 8 students that decided to perform. For many students it was the first time singing in front of an […]

Tongue Tension

Today I would like to talk about tongue root tension. Tongue root tension can restrict your vocal freedom and hinder you from achieving your vocal goals. If our tongue is too low when we sing it pushes the larynx down (as the tongue root is attached to the larynx). In order to reach high notes […]

‘Support’ in singing – Anchoring

Deviation Acoustic Repertoire

‘Support’ – Anchoring There is a lot of discussion in singing around ‘support’. Some people call it breath support or support from the diaphragm. The concept of supporting from your diaphragm has long been proven obsolete. However, I still have people come to me saying they want to learn to breathe through their diaphragm. My […]