From the moment Chloe sung her first solo in the village church as a young girl, she became fascinated with the voice and its incredible ability to communicate, story tell, express emotions, and create powerful connections. This led her on a journey to discover the why and how we use our voice. The voice goes with us everywhere on our emotional and experiential life journeys, yet, singing enables a whole new world of possibilities.
Chloe read music initially at Sheffield University, then completed her postgraduate studies at the Fiesole School of Music and the Royal Northern College of Music before completing her music therapist training with Nordoff Robbins and Goldsmiths University.
Chloe has had a varied career as a singer, performing with numerous opera companies across the country, and as a recitalist performing in venues across the UK and Europe including Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and the Duomo in Florence. Chloe has been an artist in residence with Live Music Now, and continues to support their work as a committee member within the Northeast.
Chloe is delighted to have joined the fantastic teaching staff at Sheffield Music Academy and has maintained a strong interest in teaching throughout her career to date. Alongside teaching, Chloe is a practicing music therapist, specialising in providing music therapy services within adult and children mental health specialist provision centres.
Chloe’s teaching practice aims to ensure that all students develop and maintain a healthy, functional vocal technique, while fostering a love of music and performance. Chloe places great importance on supporting students to experience their strengths and potential while putting their wellbeing and self-expression at the heart of her pedagogy.