Pop Star Performers began back in 2017
It was then known as ‘Claire’s Pop Performance Club’. There was a gap in the market for children who love and want to perform Pop music. Having worked at other Theatre Schools in Surrey and South West London it became obvious that we should be teaching the children more of what they love. When the music excites them, they don’t need to be asked twice to learn their lines and perform with passion.
Pop Star Performers was born!
Now, as we are expanding as a company, supporting our teachers to be as impassioned and eager to learn as the children is very important. By providing regular training and creating a culture of growth between us, we will continue to learn from each other, the children and other professionals in the industry.
All of our teachers hold an enhanced DBS and are fully insured.
Founder, Mother, Teacher & Performer
“Music has always been a huge part of my life.
I trained in dance (ballet, contemporary, Jazz and tap) after leaving school and went on to complete a music degree later in my thirties.
Before completing my degree I had a weak voice. It wasn’t a bad voice, just limited, with a small range and a quiet breathy sound. After training with renowned vocal coaches (Chris Johnson & Joshua Alamu) my voice changed beyond all recognition becoming powerful and with the ability to access my full range (4.5 octaves) Undergoing this transformation on my own personal journey has given me the belief that singing really is something you can learn. Hard work, simply works.
Now as a mother to two small boys I understand the importance of these valuable life skills in all areas of life and feel incredibly lucky to earn my living by sharing my knowledge and passion with our beautiful, next generation.”
Meet Our Teachers
Milly is the baby of the group but is wise beyond her years. When she came for her trial and the kids had to be peeled off her at the end of the session, so we knew she was a keeper!!
The ability to recognise that all children are different and learn in different ways makes Milly want to give every child her undivided attention.
Teaching for me doesn’t feel like a job. Although it’s hard work at times, I wake up feeling excited to teach a dance class. As a teacher I like to challenge my students and when they push themselves and start to improve it makes me feel proud.
Monice also runs successful business MonRose pilates. She is available to come to your home and teach one to one or group lessons in pilates. Please see her page for more info.