Charlie-Jade Jones graduated from The Royal Academy of Music in 2015 with a Distinction in Musical Theatre. Most recently she played Iola Stover in the 5* revival of Jason Robert Brown's Parade & sang Maury Yeston's December Songs for Debut Opera.
Charlie-Jade began her training from a young age in both classical music and theatre developing a strong love for both. After singing and playing the piano and flute though school, at sixteen she successfully auditioned for the Hampshire Specialist Music Course as a first study singer and second study pianist and trained for two years as one of ten promising musicians. At eighteen Charlie-Jade moved to London to continue her vocal training at university. Whilst there she played Gianetta in Gilbert & Sullivan's The Gondoliers and Michaela in Bizet's Carmen. Following her undergraduate degree, Charlie-Jade achieved a place to study Musical Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music. Whilst there, Charlie-Jade played Dot in Sunday In The Park With George, Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme in Assassins and Miss Snow in Carousel.
After graduating from The Royal Academy of Music, Charlie-Jade made her professional debut in the Thursford Christmas Spectacular as a soprano and soloist. She has since enjoyed performing in a varied selection of theatre and concerts including, Soprano & Lead Actor/Singer in the Fingask Follies UK Tour performing music from Lakme and La Traviata (with comedic twists) as well as performing the classic Victoria Wood sketch 'Let's Do It'.
In 2016 Charlie-Jade played the title role in Red Riding Hood in one of London's original stunning music halls, Hoxton Hall after taking an Ensemble role in the 5* reviewed State Fair at Cadogan Hall directed by Thom Southerland.
As well as musical theatre, Charlie-Jade still enjoys going back to her classical roots and performs as a concert & recording vocalist. She has been a vocalist for BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night, The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at Cadogan Hall as well as a solo singer in the concert Curtain Up at the Prince Edward Theatre. She has performed as a soloist in Debut Opera's concert, Songs of Broadway and Footlights Productions Singer Showcase at the Leicester Square Theatre. Most recently Charlie-Jade recorded for Peter Pan - An Arena Spectacular at Wembley Arena and March 2018 will see her perform in Sunday At The Musicals at the Phoenix Artists Club, London.
As well as an active performing career, Charlie-Jade is passionate about education and is the singing teacher & musical director for Pure Rhythm School of Performing Arts. She also teaches singing both privately and at two London secondary schools. If you would like to discuss singing or performance lessons, please do contact
Charlie-Jade for more information.