A skilled technical singing coach, book Louisa to take your performance to the next level, whether in preparation for an audition, performance or just to brush up on your technique.


learn new vocal qualities

negotiate your break

more confidently approach new repertoire

iron out any problem areas

tailored performance coaching


Louisa trained at the Royal Academy of Music as a professional performer, also completing her first teacher training here, being made a Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, specialising as a singing teacher and passing with distinction.

Having worked for several years as a professional actor musician and professional singer, Louisa has industry experience. In the majority of her performance jobs she would take care of the cast's voices throughout, running cast warm ups and coaching cast mates on the side for auditions.

In 2013 she gave up her agent and decided to focus full time on coaching and teaching. She gained an MFA in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

2014 - 2017 she held the position of Head of Singing at The Oxford School of Speech and Drama, then following a move to Wales now works from her private practice at home, has set up The Voice Studio Penarth with her colleague David Laugharne, and coaches at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, as well as for professional productions.

In 2018, Louisa was the singing coach on the Royal Shakespeare Company's new musical, MISS LITTLEWOOD, with book, music and lyrics by Sam Kenyon. Louisa was brought in as a technical specialist, looking after the singing requirements of the company as well as all spoken voice and accent/dialect work. 

Louisa’s singing lessons are truly bespoke; she skilfully tailors the content to match the student’s expertise. Her broad knowledge allows her to draw upon a wealth of exercises in order to achieve the objective, based on both the desires of the student and on her excellent diagnostic skills.

I have always felt in safe hands with Louisa - she has a friendly, collaborative approach to lessons along with a solid grounding in the Estill model, which promotes safe, healthy singing. I leave each lesson feeling like I’ve learnt a great deal; I would highly recommend her for voice users of any ability.
— Laura Suzanne Hunt, Singer