Meet Our Tutors Here in London!

Here at ‘Little Voices’ we pride ourselves on traditional and inspirational yet fun filled lessons, which are taught by passionate and highly qualified tutors so that your child can excel in a happy environment.

Here are some images and information on our tutors.

Ashlea Pearson

Ashlea is the principal of Little Voices South West London. Ashlea is also is a vocal tutor at Putney, Richmond and Fulham. She has a wealth of live performance experience and numerous years of being classically trained has put her in great stead to be a leading vocal tutor at her very own centre’s throughout South West London. Ashlea is extremely passionate about Little Voices and all of her pupils, she works closely with her team of tutors to make sure lessons of distinction are delivered in a fun, engaging and unique way.

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Lottie Rose

Lottie spent two incredible years studying Musical Theatre & Acting, in New York at The American Musical & Dramatic Academy. After graduating, she moved to Los Angeles & worked for the major TV network CBS in casting which gave her valuable industry insight.

through song and playing to their acting strengths.”

Lottie loves teaching drama to children of all ages. She enjoy’s watching their confidence grow, encouraging them to work as a team, challenge their creativity & listening to their great ideas!

She aims to provide a nurturing & supportive environment so that children are able to freely express themselves & let their creative ideas flow.

Lottie has passed ABRSM music exams up to Grade 8, both LAMDA & Trinity Guildhall & RAD ballet and loves to revisit the LAMDA syllabus each year with us pupils.through song and playing to their acting strengths.”

Fiona O’Carroll
Fiona O’Carroll
Fiona trained at the Guildford School of Acting. She has worked in the musical theatre industry for some years enjoying a lot of success working on musicals such as; Sunset Boulevard, The Sound of Music, Sweeney Todd & many more.
Her passion for teaching is something she has always incorporated into her life. Her experience is vast and very fruitful. She has managed schools & worked with students with intellectual & physical disabilities as well as teaching musical theatre to adults. But in the main, Fiona enjoys working with young children and developing their confidence. Helping them to express themselves and find self belief in themselves. This, she believes, is at the heart of her ethos for teaching.