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Alice is a classically trained singer who is highly experienced in all types of vocal performance and recording work.

Alice’s career highlights so far have included being a soloist at Proms in the Park with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and appearing in a film of The Little Prince opera, for which she recorded the soundtrack at Abbey Road Studios alongside Lesley Garrett and Aled Jones. She has also sung at many prestigious venues around London including the Royal Albert Hall, the National Theatre and the Savoy Hotel, and has performed on BBC One and BBC radio. 

With her ‘rich and textured soprano’ (The Cherwell), professionalism and experience, Alice is guaranteed to make a unique and memorable contribution to your special day. 

Repertoire Includes


The Prayer
Andrea Bocelli

Ave Maria
Schubert, Bach

Lascia ch’io pianga
Charlotte Church

Pie Jesu
Hayley Westenra

A Thousand years
Christina Perri

I Will Always Love You 
Whitney Houston

Alexandra Burke

Nella Fantasia
Il Divo

Eva Cassidy

House Of No regrets
Katherine Jenkins

Time to Say Goodbye
Sarah Brightman

Wake Me up Inside
Evanescence (Katherine Jenkins Version)

The Nearness Of You
Norah Jones

O Mio Babbino Caro
Maria Callas

The Life I Never Had
Sister Act The Musical

A unique Classical version of your favourite song can be arranged at an extra cost. Feel free to send an email request.


Testimonials/ reviews

‘Alice sang in the church while we signed the register and she had most of the congregation in tears. It was a really special moment and something we’ll never forget.’ Craig and Emma Freeman

‘To sum it up, professional, dynamic and simply awesome. I would highly recommend Alice for any event you are planning, you won’t regret it!’ Kelly Canavan, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust

‘Alice is the show’s saving grace, her rich and textured soprano emotionally resonant with a tender sweetness.’ Desmond Wolfe, The Cherwell

‘Highest praise must go to Alice, who bossed the soprano solos all night long and was the powerhouse behind the melodies.’ Mark Gregory, Broadway Baby