MEET THE FOUNDING
GEMMA KNIGHT JONES
Gemma has sung, danced and pranced as long as she remembers and is happily working as a professional singer and actress on Londons West End. She is currently appearing in the Olivier Award Winning musical Come From Away
and is pleased as punch that theatres are no longer dark and that she is treading the boards once more.
Other theatre credits include; "Falsettos", The National Theatre Production of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time," "The Lion King" "Sister Act" and "Hairspray." For TV she has appeared in Eastenders and the Netflix released musical film "Been So Long." Alongside her successes on the stage and screen, Gemma is also a freelance vocal coach, teaching in schools and music institutions across London and the South East. She coached the lead singer in Sainsburys 2018 Christmas Advert, directed by The Greatest Showman's Michael Gracey and has recorded vocals on adverts for Converse and MyBuilder.com
Gemma has also enjoyed work as a session vocalist for artists including Ariana Grande, John Legend, Shaun Escoffery and Rumer and appeared on shows including BBC 1 Pitch Battle, Michael McIntyre's Big Show and The X Factor.
Kelly is a successful singer and freelance industry vocal coach.
She has worked on X-Factor for 5 years as part of the vocal coaching team and also for Britain’s Got Talent, Disney, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Text Santa, Kidz Bop and Channel 4’s Comedy Gala. She has performed with artists including Mica Paris, Rick Astley, Omar and Shaun Escoffery at the 02 arena, Wembley Arena and Shepherds Bush Empire.
Kelly has extensive professional training and holds a First-class honours degree in Popular Music, a PgCert in Education and is currently studying a Masters in Music Therapy at Roehampton University. She has been Principle Lecturer at BIMM London for 10 years and travels across Europe leading specialist masterclasses in contemporary vocal techniques.
When she isn’t coaching or performing you’ll find her arranging and conducting various contemporary choirs in London and the South East.