Soprano, Actress, Founder & Voice Tutor Charlie-Jade graduated with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music in her Postgraduate Diploma (Performance) and was awarded the title Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music in Singing Teaching For Musical Theatre, also with Distinction. She has worked across Musical Theatre, Opera, Concert, Recording and as a Singing Teacher.
Charlie-Jade’s approach to teaching singers involves the whole performer, not just their voice. Singing, as well as being a science, is a highly personal combination of technique and musicality and through this combination she ensures to encourage freedom of the mind and body to ultimately create freedom of voice and performance. As well as holding her LRAM in Singing Teaching, Charlie-Jade has trained with Anne-Marie Speed in The Estill Model (Levels 1& 2 and Estill For Singing Teachers), has trained in Mindfulness with Be Mindful’s NHS Approved MBCT Course and is a certified Vocal Health First Aider accredited by Vocal Health Education. She is currently studying to become a Vocal Health Specialist.
Charlie-Jade holds teaching positions at Italia Conti Academy & Emil Dale Academy where she teaches students on both the Diploma and BA Hons Degree Courses in Musical Theatre and has also worked with the ABRSM on the development of their Singing For Musical Theatre Syllabus.
Charlie-Jade regularly works as a Singer & Actress across Musical Theatre, Concert & Opera. Her work has included;
Parade (Frogmore Paper Mill); State Fair (Cadogan Hall); Thursford Christmas Spectacular (Thursford Collection); Anything Goes - A 50th Anniversary Celebration of Cole Porter with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra (Cadogan Hall) and Cinderella (Northern Opera). She co-devised & regularly performs her one-woman show The Soprano Behind The Screen with musical director Connor Fogel, which tells the story of Hollywood’s secret soprano, Marni Nixon. As a vocalist, she has featured in concerts and on recordings for BBC Radio 2 in Friday Night Is Music Night, Peter Pan - An Arena Spectacular (Wembley Arena/Birmingham NEC), an original classical score for the 2018 film Matchbox starring Simon Callow, and for Silva Screen Records at Angel Studios.
Jess is a registered yoga teacher and personal trainer as well as a trained actress and singer. She also currently heads up the holistic category as master trainer for Gymbox across all of their 12 clubs. Jess's passion lies in bringing a greater awareness to her students both physically and mentally with functional movement and meditation being her favourite things to bring into people's lives.
As a performer trained at the Royal Academy of Music, Jess is constantly influenced and inspired by her career in the creative industries, specifically musical theatre. Jess spent 2 years in the hit West End musical "School of Rock" as well as performing at Wembley Arena in "Love Beyond" and featuring as the singer in Jack Whitehall's Netflix special "Jack Whitehall: At Large"
Rosie trained at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, graduating with a First Class BMus (Hons) and a Master of Arts respectively. Rosie has since had a busy career as a vocalist, singing teacher and yoga for singers practitioner.
Rosie has a holistic approach to voice teaching, encouraging freedom in the body, mind and breath to ultimately free the voice. With a keen interest in vocal technique and voice science, Rosie has trained in Estill Vocal Technique (Levels I & II) and is also a certified Vocal Health First Aider. As Rosie's personal yoga practice developed she saw the great potential for yoga to support the voice and certified as a 200 hr yoga teacher, and is currently undertaking the 300 hr qualification.
Rosie teaches singing on the Diploma and Degree course at Bird College and also runs voice lessons and two choirs at LOGS. Rosie previously held the post of Leader for Singing Projects for West Sussex Music, and continues this work as a freelancer, leading massed singing events in schools.
Rosie frequently runs Yoga for Singers workshops and courses, for students, performers and organisations including The Sing Space, Creative Collective Initiative and Scenaria Ltd. These workshops allow singers to think of their voice as a whole instrument, encouraging true vocal freedom.
Rosie also regularly works as a jazz and cabaret soloist and has performed all over the UK and Europe. Notable gigs/solo spots include The Shaw Theatre, Neverworld Festival, Hoxton Hall, Dingwalls Camden, Bush Hall, Sandhurst Military Academy, Shelsley Walsh Nostalgia, Oslo Cosmopolite, Berlin Ballhaus, Espace K Strasbourg, Q77 Turin, Prague Theatre Royal and Assembly Festival, Edinburgh Fringe.
Duncan Rock MMus, PGDip (nutritional science) - has an active international career as an operatic baritone. He has performed roles at The Metropolitan Opera, The Royal Opera, Teatro Real, Glyndebourne, English National Opera and many others.
He is a Nutritionist and member of the Royal Society for Public Health. He offers Nutrition consultations through his private practice (www.duncanrocknutrition.com) and works specifically on nutrition for singers and voice actors at the Voice Care Centre, London.
Nadim trained in Musical Theatre at The Royal Academy of Music, where he has since been appointed an Associate. He graduated with Distinction, a dipRAM for Outstanding Final Recital and as winner of the Ronald William White Prize for Excellence in Acting Through Song. Prior to this, Nadim studied Theatre and Performance at The University of Warwick.
As an Actor, he has recently starred as Count Carl Magnus in A Little Night Music (Holland Park Opera), Raoul in The Phantom of The Opera (Thessaloniki and Athens) and as Khalil Gibran in Broken Wings (London and International Tour). Other Theatre Credits include: On The Town (BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall); By Jeeves (The Old Laundry); The Phantom of The Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre); Sweeney Todd (Harrington’s Pie & Mash Shop); One Man, Two Guvnors (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Sound of Music (London Palladium); Titanic (Toronto and Southwark Playhouse); Chess (The Union); Marguerite (Tabard); James and The Giant Peach (The Watermill) and The Last Five Years (Pleasance).
Nadim’s Concert work includes: Bernstein: On Stage and Screen (International Tour: Hong Kong, Birmingham, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Dublin and Oslo), Bond… James Bond (Liverpool Philharmonic and Sage Gateshead), Rogers & Hammerstein/Rogers & Hart and The Broadway Sound (The John Wilson Orchestra), How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Guildhall), A Little Night Music (The Palace) and The Phantom of The Opera 25th Anniversary (Royal Albert Hall). Nadim is the Book-Writer and Co-Composer of the critically acclaimed Khalil Gibran musical Broken Wings, written with Dana Al Fardan. Broken Wings premiered in London’s West End (Theatre Royal Haymarket) in 2018 and has since been touring Internationally. Nadim’s 2016 studio album, Sides, topped the iTunes UK Vocal Chart, and is available on iTunes and Spotify.
Zoë, graduated from Arts Educational London with BA Hons. Having 15 years industry experience, Zoë prides herself on getting the best out of her students in a holistic and nurturing environment.
“As a performance coach, getting my students to understand how their mindset can effect their whole audition and performance technique is crucial. Whether it’s connecting to a piece of text, a new song or a scene; using mindfulness, exploring sensations in the body, emotional geography and grounding techniques, have such a huge impact on your overall connection to a panel or audience. My aim is to create a complete sense of calm and confidence within yourself, to help you excel in every performance you give. From Shakespeare to Sondheim, we will work together to have you feeling vocally, physically and mentally secure and strong.”
Theatre Includes: Ellen in Miss Saigon (No.1 UK Tour). Grazia in Death Takes A Holiday (Charing Cross Theatre); Cosette in Les Miserables (West End); Johanna in Sweeney Todd (West End); the leading role of Marianne in The Grand Tour (Finborough Theatre); Cover Tracy Lord in High Society (No.1 UK Tour); Sweet Smell Of Success (Arcola Theatre); Annette in Marguerite (Tabard Theatre); Cover Cosette in Les Miserables (West End); Frenchy and Cover Sandy in Grease (West End); Cover Liesl in The Sound of Music (No.1 UK Tour); Snow White (opposite Craig Revel Horwood for QDOS); Florence Nightingale in Nightingale (Posk Theatre) and Ensemble in Peter Grimes (Glyndebourne Opera).
Television and Film: Penny Dreadful (Sky/Showtime); Hollyoaks (Channel 4); Doctors (BBC) and the leading role of Jess in The Waiting Room (Envy Films).
Recordings include: Trailer and Soundtrack for Les Miserables Feature Film directed by Tom Hooper (Working Title Films).
Australian/American soprano Corinne Cowling was most recently performing as understudy to the leading role of Christine Daaé on London’s West End in the original production of Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Corinne has performed in major concert halls across the UK as soprano soloist for Raymond Gubbay’s Johann Strauss Gala National UK Tour 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Recent performance engagements include the role of Arthebuze in Charpentier’s Actéon with Lost&Found Opera; Movement Director/Assistant Director/Ensemble in J. Strauss II’s Die Fledermaus, Bernstein’s Candide and Puccini’s Madama Butterfly with West Green House Opera; Assistant Movement Director for Mozart’s Così fan tutte with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama; Peep-Bo in Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado with Charles Court Opera at the King’s Head Theatre; Barbarina/Cover Susanna in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro with Clonter Opera; Cosette in Schönberg’s Les Misérables with Pimlico Opera.
Previous orchestral and recital engagements include The Golden Age of Musical Theatre at the Australia House for the Tait Memorial Trust Emergency Relief Fund; Romance on the Green with Perth Symphony Orchestra; 'Home’ with Freeze Frame Opera featuring Alexander Lewis and Mark Coughlan; Songs from the Shows with Clonter Opera; soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah with the University of Plymouth Choral Society and Sinfonia; The Magic of Opera Gala at Woburn Abbey; Semi-Chorus for Elgar’s Dream of Gerontius with London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Mark Elder; LSO’s Guildhall Artist Platform Recital Series (Barbican Centre, LSO St Luke’s); Stephen Hough’s Other Love Songs alongside The Prince Consort (Wigmore Hall); UK Premiere of Juliana Hall’s Night Dances and When the South Wind Sings (Song in the City, Re-Sung).
Corinne graduated with an MMus, MPerf in Vocal Performance (Distinction) from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London. Corinne has a BMus, GradDip (Opera Studies) from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and studied ballet at the Charlesworth Institute and the Koninklijk Conservatorium (The Netherlands) where she was selected to perform pieces by Jiří Kylián on tour across The Netherlands for the Holland Dance Festival.
Corinne is currently studying towards a Post Graduate Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David/Voice Workshop, as well as the Vocal Health First Aid Foundation Course with Vocal Health Education. Corinne is very much enjoying teaching at her private studio and is looking forward to future voice teaching collaborations and masterclasses with Scenaria Studios!
Amy completed the musical theatre post-graduate diploma at the Royal Academy of Music, she then went to work at theatres such as The Old Vic, Prince Edward Theatre, Jacksons Lane and The Dell at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Amy has been fortunate to work on Shakespeare productions with directors Mike Alfreds and Laurence Boswell.
Amy began her yoga journey whilst training on a three-year performing arts course at Italia Conti. Amy has been practicing yoga for the last 9 years and has found it to be the best partner for the musical theatre industry as it equips you with tools to manage stress, anxiety and keeps your health at an optimal level. After years of practicing yoga, Amy took the plunge and completed a 200-hour teacher training Yoga Alliance certification at Yoga London. Amy enjoys teaching vinyasa flow & restorative yoga, in both practices she likes to encourage her students to find fluidity, creativity, space to explore and most importantly how to let go. Amy is currently completing her level 2 meditation with Dr Kumar who is internationally recognised as an inspirational yoga teacher and an award-winning scientist. Amy is soon to complete her yin yoga certification.
Amy is thrilled to be a Holistic Practitioner at Scenaria Studios and is looking forward to sharing everything she has learnt so far in the hope for her students to create a more mindful and healthy approach to the musical theatre industry.
Laura offers 1-1 coaching sessions and group workshops to help people gain clarity, confidence and wholeness within themselves. In an industry and culture of social pressure, she encourages validation that comes from within.
Graduating from GSA in 2017, she combines what she knows first hand from being a performer with her coaching work. She trained as a transformational coach in 2019 with Animas Centre for Coaches after struggling with her own Mental Health in the industry. Since then she has also trained as a Mental Health First Aider and as a Meditation and Mindfulness teacher. She works with a person centered approach. She helps people to find their voice, own their space and to find their joy.