Who are We?


Respiro Studio is a professional singing studio based in Pretoria. Respiro Studio has different branches and sister studios, who function as a whole to create a performance family where students can develop and flourish. Respiro was founded in 2002.

Our family of studios develop and educate young, upcoming artists as well as audiences. We are not only focused on achievements but encourage one’s love for the performing arts.  So if you want to sing and perform for fun or professionally – RESPIRO STUDIO will be able to fulfil your needs.

Respiro is not only a singing studio but a vocal performance studio. We focus on a vocalist or singer as an entertainer and artist – we develop and teach good vocal technique, vocal hygiene as well as vocal performance and visual performance. Our students don’t only sound good but they also look good on stage.




Respiro Studio has several years of experience in Performing Arts (using your physical body for entertaining, i.e. singing, acting, dancing).  At Respiro we encourage students to explore their emotions, expand their imagination and help them develop their own, unique voice.


At Respiro we strive to develop vocal and performance skills, cultivate positive values and attitudes, gain delight, enjoyment and satisfaction through participating in arts activities, and pursue a lifelong interest in the arts.

Vocal training is hard work and takes dedication – a life skill you will learn and not only implement in your singing but also in everyday living, insuring your professional success.


We specialise in making your dreams come true, by giving you a trailed and tested Vocal Style and guiding you with Blocking and Performance opportunities.

Respiro Studio uses the Bel Canto Singing Style. This is an Italian singing technique that focuses on Breathing and Resonation techniques. During your lesson, we will teach you various exercises to help develop the necessary muscles and muscle memory for healthy singing. You will learn more about your own body and mind and how it affects your voice.