Emma has always had a great passion for singing and Drama since she appeared on stage at the early age of 5 where she has sung and acted ever since. Performing arts has been present in Emma’s life since an early age and has been on the stage in various roles in different musicals. She studied music and Drama at GSCE and A’level where she gained A’s in her singing performances. Emma then went on to study Performing Arts at University of Wolverhampton where she gained a BA Drama and Performance degree in 2010.
Since the age of 14 Emma has worked in various jobs working with children in drama schools and youth related jobs. Emma’s current job is providing single and group lessons to pupils in primary schools and secondary schools. Also she runs her own company, Emma Parker Vocal tuition which she teachers from her studio at home and also works in 3 other private schools. Emma also teaches at Music 2000 and Virtuoso as a vocal Coach.
Emma over the years has worked in many establishments such as the Wolverhampton Grand theatre as an Assistant vocal coach for the children's Glee Club, Wolverhampton Stage School, Drama and music teacher teaching GSCE Music and Drama at North-east Wolverhampton Academy.
Emma also has her own performing arts school in Bilston, Wednesbury and Sutton Coldfield where students learn to Sing, Act and Dance (Big Arena Performing Arts) .
Emma has over 11 years of experience of singing and she has 100% pass rate in singing exams over the years
Amy is an experienced live vocalist that has had years of experience in the industry. Her professional career excelled suddenly and within a few months she was one of the favorite acts on the live circuit of South Staffordshire, Midland Counties and Worcestershire. This has then led to sell out venues and also bookings for weddings, funerals and private events with her name growing in excitement to book over the country.
The arts has been Amy’s focus from a young age from school to current day with her training in musical theatre starting at Coppice Performing Arts School, she then led to A Levels in the arts until graduating from The institute of Contemporary Music Performance in London, one of the most prestige music schools in the UK. Amy has also currently received a BA Honors degree in Musical Theatre where she trained in all three disciplines.
Amy is highly experienced in the popular music performance and musical theatre sector being able to train a variety of music styles. She delivers one to one tuition working with students to develop their voice performance and supports them to reach their personal music goals. Amy has also worked as a musical director for musicals within the university and also delivered vocal training for the productions.
Over the years Amy has gained contacts within the industry such as excellent recording studios, booking agents, development artist managers, songwriters, media specialist etc. These are contacts that Amy can engage with through the vocal coaching to also help the student progress throughout their journey.
Music and Performance Qualifications:
GCSE Dance and Performing Arts
A Level Dance and Performance Studies
Vocal Diploma – Institute of Contemporary Music Performance
Musical Theatre Degree BA HONS.
Gold Arts Award Employability Award.
Hannah has had a passion for music and theatre from a very young age after growing up around a very musical family. She has a first-class honours degree in Popular Music Practice and has also studied Musical Theatre at a top drama school (MAMT) where she covered singing, dancing and acting. She has also studied vocal technique and design with a registered New York vocal coaching tutor. She also has a grade 8 LCM distinction grade vocal certificate.
Hannah has been singing professionally for 10 years and has performed at many prestigious venues such as The Genting arena, even performing before Olly Murs and WILL.I.AM. She has also been in shows such as 9 to 5 the musical and Blood Brothers, where she played Mrs J.
Hannah has been teaching singing and acting to all ages for 5 years and loves to inspire learning and creativity in students. She favours singing pop and musical theatre but also has experience in Jazz and Rock.
Mark Smith is the founder of Safesound Production and also Kidsounds. He has worked in the Music industry as a producer, composer, arranger, pianist and also a vocalist for over 20 years.
Mark has worked in many bands as a lead vocalist and also a pianist. In the early days he toured the UK with ʻLive and Kickingʼ a nine piece soul band covering all the great northern soul classics. Following this he sang
with various groups and also travelled the world as a piano vocalist.
Mark has worked as a composer and producer for artists, bands and companies over the past 20 years. Safesound Productions was founded in 2003 and Marks work has been featured on BBC2 Snooker Prime time,
Channel 4, More 4, and also with the games giant P2 Games. He also works as a writer and producer for
Kidsounds, a music production section of Safesound Productions that specializes in educational and fun music and songs for Children.
Cameron has had a deep passion for music from early in life, having played musical instruments from a young age. He recently graduated from Birmingham Conservatoire having gained a BMus Hons where he was fortunate enough to be awarded a scholarship. He studied under Gordon Sandison. It was a very successful partnership and friendship throughout.
Cameron previously studied a BTEC Level 3 in Musical Theatre at Leyton Sixth Form College, while additionally studying Classical singing with outstanding teachers Yolanda Grant-Thompson and Timothy Connor. While a student at Leyton, he performed in several musicals including Sweeney Todd playing Sweeney, Next to Normal playing both Doctor Madden and Doctor Fine and as Vice Principal Douglas Panch in Spelling Bee. He was the Trinity gold medal winner gaining the highest mark in Grade 8 in the area and runner up in the Essex Young Musician of the Year. Cameron also has enjoyed success at local music festivals.
More recently, Cameron has enjoyed success in performances such as singing the Baritone solo in the Fauré requiem, as well as concert performances in venues such as Exeter Cathedral. He is pursuing his career as a voice actor, performer and vocal teacher.
Isabella has grown up immersed in the world of theatre. Her first performance taking place when she was just three years old. Since then Isabella has taken on leading roles in local productions, and has also worked backstage on multiple shows.
Isabella studied Music and Drama at GCSE and got A* in her Vocal performances and composition pieces. She also obtained an A Level in Performing Arts. She has classical and musical theatre training and has obtained Grade 8 in both areas. She later went on to earn a Musical Theatre Diploma from the London College of Music .
Since leaving school herself Isabella has consistently worked with children, both in a classroom setting and 1:1 lessons. Her current role is teaching 1:1 and small group lessons in a local High School.
Isabella runs her own non-profit theatre company in her spare time, where she teaches children ages four and up to sing, dance and act, as well as spending time teaching them about stage management and in some cases, teaching British Sign Language.