I am a singer and singing teacher living in Cardiff. I trained on the Opera Course at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Previously I trained at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Royal College of Music in London.

During my time in Manchester and London, I was a singing teacher at a number of high schools teaching pop, musical theatre and classical. I prepared a lot of my students for ABRSM exams where I have had many successes and also prepared children for the performance part of their GCSE music exams.

Alongside teaching children, I have taught many adults and enjoy working with all ages. I believe people can come to singing at any age and I would encourage anybody to start taking singing lessons whether it’s to consider as a career or just to have fun.

I am here to help you with:

  • Vocal technique
  • Confidence
  • Breathing
  • Support
  • Audition preparation
  • Singing in a foreign language
  • Belting
  • Vocal health

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

  • BMus (Hons) Vocal Studies – Royal Northern College of Music
  • Graduate Diploma – Royal College of Music, London
  • Master of Performance – Opera – Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

Camrose Rd, Cardiff CF5 5ER, UK



Instrument(s) Taught

Piano, Singing

Where do lessons take place?

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30 minutes


45 minutes


60 minutes


Discounted Introductory Lesson


Preferred Payment Currency

🇬🇧 Pound sterling (£ GBP)

Payment Plans

Block Bookings, Monthly, Termly

Payment Methods

Online Bank Transfer

Cancelation & Rescheduling Policy

Any lessons cancelled with less than 24hours notice are charged in full.


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Level(s) Taught

Beginner (up to Grade 5)

Youngest Age Taught


Class Sizes

One-to-One (Individual)



May 31, 2021

“Sophie has helped me not only with my singing but also with my confidence. Her passion and love for music shines through in her teaching and i would recommend her to anyone.”


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