Our Amazing Elite Singers Programme
All Star Vocals are looking for exceptional young Vocalists aged 6-16 years old to join our Elite Singing and Performance Programme.
Students on this programme will benefit from working with award winning tutors and amazing performance opportunities as well as recording studio experiences along the way.
Our tutors have a fantastic reputation of working with the young children, discovering and nurturing talent and building confidence.
This new Programme will begin in September and spaces being limited to 30 children only.
Our classes will run every two weeks on Mondays from 6pm - 8pm in the heart of the City of Birmingham.
If you have a talented child that loves to sing and would love to be a part of this exciting opportunity please send a video audition of your child singing via WeTransfer to email@example.com
New and existing students are welcome to apply!programme
Our recreational classes are a great way for beginners or less confident singers to access a pathway where they can learn and develop their vocal abilities and performance techniques.
It is open to all students aged 6-16 and no audition is required.
It is a singing for fun based class and there is no pressure to take part in performances or auditions.
This class takes place on Mondays 4:30-6:00
All About Our Fab Singing Tutor & Company Director
Elisha is a professional vocal coach, singer and songwriter in the Birmingham area, offering tailored tuition to singers of all ages. She is a passionate and driven tutor who works very closely with primary and secondary schools in Birmingham and Sandwell, guiding her students towards a more confident vocal performance.
Elisha has worked closely with Sandwell Music and Arts Service helping hundreds of children to find their singing voice. This has included children from nursery age, right up to college students.
She has also been performing herself for many years both on stage and TV. Her most recent role was that of ‘Miss Motormouth Maybelle’ in the theatre production of ‘Hairspray’.