Lucy was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire and from a young age always enjoyed music. It was only by chance though, that Lucy’s talent was discovered. A last minute “drop out” in a small performance in Bingley brought Lucy to her first ever stage solo at age nine. She was a success!
She has been trained for over ten years by Royal Academy of Music vocal tutors and performed with great acclaim at The Royal College of Music, The Royal Academy of Music, International Music Festivals and theaters across the UK.
At the tender age of fifteen Lucy performed alongside Natasha Marsh at The Grassington International Festival and wowed critics with her “advanced style and mature tone”. She has been impressing audiences with her vocal talent since her school days where her live recording of “Poor Wand’ring One” from The Pirates of Penzance was played on The Andrew Edward’s Show on BBC Radio Leeds to showcase the amazing local talent in West Yorkshire. After this aired she was contacted by Leeds City Varieties and asked to perform at their upcoming “The Good Old Days” shows.
Her most influential performance to date was her performance with Alfie Boe at The Royal Hall, Harrogate where Lucy performed solo, “O Mio Babino Caro and duetted “La Traviata” with Alfie, again to fantastic critical acclaim at just seventeen years old.
After earning an A* in Music at A Level Lucy traveled to London to study with Royal Academy of Music tutors and began choreography classes with Howard Bulloch. She also expanded her already impressive language skills by concentrating on Mandarin Chinese with linguist, Miffy Loxton. Lucy now performs in over six languages including Mandarin Chinese.
Lucy is based in the UK but performs internationally with Scarlett Entertainment for corporate events and has years of experience of working with World Class Orchestras such as The Manchester Camerata and conductors such as Andrew Padmore, along with string quartets, trios, pianists and also professional backing tacks.