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The Little London Music School is Rachael's first baby. Founded in 2011, Rachael was driven by a passion for music and children to create high quality music classes that utilised professional musicians and drew on the musical pedagogy she had studied at university. While she has enjoyed a wide range of performance credits (Royal Covent Garden, Linbury Theatre; Royal Festival Hall; BBC Radio 3), Little London has truly captured her heart. Now a mummy herself, Rachael loves sharing classes with Etienne as much as teaching them!
Laura trained as a soprano at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama before completing a Masters at the Royal Academy of Music. Following her studies she was an artist on English National Opera's Opera Works programme. Alongside teaching singing Laura enjoys performing with companies such as Surrey Opera and Opera Holland Park.
Emily recently graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she studied voice with Kathleen McKellar Ferguson. Additionally, she has studied singing internationally in Reykjavik and Dusseldorf. Emily has performed the role of Mozarts Queen of the Night both as a Jackdaws young artist and in the Hampstead Garden Opera production.
Originally from Berkshire, Sarah studied at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Her performance highlights have included the London premiere of Ryan Wigglesworth's Echo and Narcissus at Wigmore Hall and Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Nights Dream for the Mariinksy Ballet at the Royal Opera House, as well as singing regularly at St Martin-in-the-Fields and the National Portrait Gallery. Sarah has recorded numerous choral CDs including the Grammy Award-winning Light and Gold with Eric Whitacre.
Amy studied at the Melbourne Opera Studio, the University of Melbourne and the Melba Conservatorium of Music, where she was awarded the Amelia Joscelyne Memorial Scholarship and a scholarship from Opera Australia. Since moving to London, she has performed with Grange Park Opera, Bury Court Opera, Opera de Bauge, The Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, OperaCoast, Grimeborn Opera Festival and St Albans Chamber Opera, as well as performing in concert at the London Hippodrome. Amy grew up surrounded by children's music, singing on her mother's series of recordings, "Growing with Music", from ages eight to thirteen.
Antonia graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with a First Class honours degree in 2015. Since then, she has been a Chamber Music Fellow at the Academy and has won prizes including the St Martin-in-the Field's chamber music competition and the Malta International Music Competition, Countess of Munster Award and the First Prize in the Verao Classico Festival in Portugal as a soloist. Antonia is a dedicated teacher, with a private class as well as a violin class at Brunel University and she works as a freelance Violinist playing for recording sessions and orchestras such as the London Concert Orchestra and Mozart Festival Orchestra.
Elisabeth studied piano at the Royal Academy of Music in the class of Ian Fountain. In June 2013 she graduated with a Master of Arts Degree with Distinction and was awarded the Andrew S Sykes Award. Currently based in London, Elisabeth is enjoying her career as a freelance musician and dedicated piano teacher.