CONNOR FOGEL studied piano at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and gained a Masters in Musical Direction from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. As a pianist, Connor has been the recipient of several prizes and awards including, The Princess Diana Memorial Award and was awarded 2nd Place at the 2019 International Liszt Competition. In 2017, he was made the Andrew Lloyd Webber Associate Musical Director of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Connor's Musical Direction work includes; Michel John La Chiusa's Queen of the Mist (Charing Cross Theatre), Johnathon Larson's Tick, Tick...BOOM! (Newbridge Memo) & Cy Colemen's Sweet Charity (Nottingham Playhouse). Connor is currently a Musical Director for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Warwickshire born Soprano & Actress CHARLIE-JADE JONES studied as a classical singer before beginning training in Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music, London. In addition to graduating in Performance, she also holds a Distinction as a Licentiate of The Royal Academy of Music in Singing Teaching for Musical Theatre. Her work has included Jason Robert Brown's Parade (Frogmore Paper Mill), Rodgers & Hammerstein's State Fair (Cadogan Hall), Cole Porter's 50th Anniversary Anything Goes (Cadogan Hall), Bernstein's Candide (Minack Theatre for Bernstein At 100), Bernstein's West Side Story (Rhosygilwen Festival), Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro (Alexandra Park). She has worked as a mentor for final year students at the London College of Music and teaches singing on diploma and degree courses at multiple Drama Schools.
Charlie-Jade Jones is the Founder & Director of Scenaria and Scenaria Academy.
BECKY HARRISON is a Musical Theatre graduate of the Royal Academy of Music where she received a Masters in Musical Theatre. She has since worked as a creative directing and choreographing Plays, Musicals and Concerts in London and beyond, as well as for youth theatre. Her directing and choreography work includes; Her Way (John Thaw Theatre), Body Count (SOHO Theatre), Jerusalem (Watermill Theatre), Love, Labour & Loss (Above The Arts), Chimera Extract (Tristen Bates Theatre), Little By Little (Etcetera Theatre) & A West End Christmas (Royal Academy of Music).