Louise is a conductor, singer and violinist, with over twenty years’ performance experience as a soloist and choral singer. Her initial conducting experience came from her decade as a teacher in secondary and primary schools, and she then went on to study with Manvinder Rattan and a number of other distinguished tutors on the Sing For Pleasure Conductor Training Programme. After leaving teaching to pursue a full-time career in conducting, she is currently continuing her work with young people on a voluntary basis by leading Kódaly-based singing with primary school pupils aged 5-7.
She is fast developing an excellent reputation for her conducting, and currently directs no fewer than five choirs: alongside the Nightingale Choir at Wythenshawe Hospital for the Hallé, Louise is also Choral Director at the University of Liverpool, conducting their Staff Choir and Chamber Choir. She is Musical Director of the Weaver Valley WI Group Choir, an 80-strong ladies’ choir, and has recently taken over the direction of A Choired Taste for John Lewis and Partners’ Trafford and Cheadle branches.
As a soloist Louise regularly sings for choral societies and orchestras and in recitals across the North West, at venues including Liverpool’s beautiful St George’s Hall.