About me

Madeline is a professional operatic mezzo-soprano, jazz and theatre singer with West End, London Opera and television credits. After graduating with a First Class Honours degree and Masters degree with Distinction from the London College of Music, Madeline decided to use her professional experience gained from working extensively within the opera industry to embark upon PhD studies at the University of Westminster.

Madeline has a passion for fundraising and she has been using her musical experience to form choirs and ensembles on a local and national scale since the age of 14. To date, she has raised over £60,000 for various charities, and was awarded a Princess Diana Award for her fundraising work. Off the back of receiving a Princess Diana Award, Madeline was invited to sit on the Nominet Trust's Digital Edge Youth Board, allocating over £2M to youth technology projects up and down the country. 

Her most recent projects include creating and producing an original Christmas single for a choir she formed within Parkinson's UK, with the twofold benefit of raising funds and improving motor function in Parkinson's sufferers, and creating a new National Youth Anthem sung by children up and down the UK. This project, and a feature interview with Madeline on its creation, was broadcast on London Live. 

Madeline was delighted to be invited back to the London College of Music in a lecturing capacity, and has been revamping performing arts modules to greater suit the needs of the modern student. She is delighted to be one of the youngest lecturers in the country and has a passion for engaging with tomorrow's professionals!


Lecturer of Sung Vocal Studies, Musicality for Musical Theatre & Scene Analysis for Musical Theatre at The London College of Music (University of West London)