Private Singing Tutor and Group Singing Tutor
Training: Royal Academy of Music
Beth graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 2017 on the MA Musical Theatre Course. Since then she has begun a career as a freelance performer and teacher, making her professional debut in London at the end of last year in Lucky Stiff at The Union Theatre.
Credits while training include Johanna in Sweeney Todd and Bella in Lost in Yonkers.
Prior to undertaking her MA, Beth studied at the University of Exeter, where she specialised in directing and devised theatre, graduating with a First-Class Honours in 2016. Alongside her academic studies she took part in numerous extracurricular activities including performing in musicals such as The Phantom of the Opera and Songs for A New World, and directing projects including Wasted by Kate Tempest and The River by Jez Butterworth.
Beth has been teaching both ensemble and solo singing for some time and not only has she a vast repertoire knowledge but also the ability to play piano, listen acutely and educate vocalist on how to make the most of their own instrument, their voices.
Beth is very exited to be part of the established Mad Hatters Team and looks forward to meeting new singers who are keen to work on a One-2-One or Two-2-One basis PLUS teach our lovely Little, Young and Teen Hatters in their group singing lessons.