She is a well-loved Australian Filipina because of her captivating voice and her laudable efforts to help aspiring singers to learn how to develop their vocal prowess. She is Tina Ranoso-Bangel and she has been selected as a finalist for the Multicultural Business Excellence Award 2021 AusMumpreneur Awards.


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The AusMumpreneur Awards presented by the AusMumpreneur Network celebrate and recognize Australian Mums in business achieving outstanding success in areas such as business excellence, product development, customer service and digital innovation. The awards are designed to recognize the growing number of women who successfully balance motherhood and business in a way that suits their life and family.

“I was very excited to find out that I was a finalist,” Tina enthuses. “My mentor, Tina Harris who is part of ABC Kid’s Lah Lahs Big Live Band, spoke about the AusMumpreneur awards and mentioned to all her “mum” students that we should nominate ourselves. She has been my mentor for over a year and has won this award in the past. I thought I would take her advice and see what happens.”

A nomination well-deserved. Tina has successfully balanced motherhood, her family life and her business ventures as she spread the universal language of music through her school One Voice School of Singing inspiring thousands of students to use singing as a form of personal development. Through her efforts, these students have performed in Disneyland, Universal Studios, Radio city and in major musicals such as The Lion King and The Sound of Music. Tina and her students are often asked to provide backing vocals or support international celebrities such as Tony Award-winning Broadway star Lea Salonga.

Aside from her spectacular work with her students, she has also taken under her wing singers who have been part of The Voice, The X Factor and Australia’s Got Talent.

A graduate of the Australian Institute of Music and a certified NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) Coach, she initially began her professional career touring around Australia as a professional singer. “As a working vocalist for covers band and travelling around NSW and interstate, I realised I wanted to eventually start a family and would have to consider starting a business that would offer more stability. That’s when I decided to open up my singing school – One Voice School of Singing.  I could teach after school hours and juggle the family life yet still be able to have singing and music in my life,” Tina explains.

"It means so much to be recognised for my 20 years as a vocal coach and representing the Filipino Australian community. The majority of my students have been of Filipino-Australian background and we have been invited to be part of many events and concerts over the years. I think this award will showcase the amazing Filipino-Australian talent we have in our community to the Australian mainstream,” Tina continues.

To date, Tina continues her effort to teach music to the Filipino-Australian community – “It inspires me to keep creating nmy online music and movement programs for the young called “My Pamilya Time.” It’s a way to help parents incorporate music lessons into their young kids’ lives so they can develop cognitively, emotionally, socially, physically and at  the same time learn about their Filipino heritage. I’m currently prelaunching this program (and) you can learn more about it at,” says Tina as she excitedly invite everyone to avail of this early musical showcase.

To listen to Tina and her music, you can catch her on the following platforms:

One Voice Can Change The World

Tina Bangel on Spotify

Tina Bangel Website (One Voice Singing School)

The winners of the 2021 AusMumpreneur Awards will be announced online this October.

Do you want to help Tina out as she represents our community to the 2021 AusMumpreneur Awards? Vote for her through this link (NSW/ACT) to win the People's Choice Award. 

Good luck Tina! 

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