When I was only a couple of months old, my mother got held up by an elderly woman on the street. ‘This is going to be a singer’ the woman pronounced to my startled mother who was cradling a screaming baby.
And that’s what I turned in to. I would pester my primary school music teacher as a five-year-old about joining the school’s choir early, and moved right on to music and instrumental lessons, dance, acting and show choir.
First trained in Musical Theatre, I am often found singing to birds in Hyde Park and tap dancing in the rain with my umbrella in hand down the Kings Road.
Now I am a classical singer trying to find ground and climbing a rocky path through life in London. From waking up in the morning to burst into lip-trills and humming up and down scales, all the way to the exciting, and some times very much depressing day-to-day experiences of auditioning, life as a singer is harder and tougher than ever.
It is also the most amazing blessing I could ever have asked for and I feel like the luckiest and happiest person in the entire world when singing and working towards my biggest passion and greatest love. (Also, I think I really should have my own TV show…just saying)
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