Caroline lives in Leicestershire from where she works as a singer, singing teacher and vocal coach. As well as being actively engaged in teaching and coaching, she has recently completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Music with distinction at Birmingham Conservatoire, under the tuition of Margaret Field.
She has sung the role of Nero in Monteverdi’s Incoronazione di Poppea and Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflote in productions at Birmingham’s Crescent Theatre, and also the title role in Handel’s Alcina, and Mussetta in Puccini’s La Boheme, both for the Birmingham Conservatiore opera scenes. She regularly appears as a soloist in the Midlands area, and also enjoy ensemble singing, having sung with the Birmingham Conservatoire Chamber Choir, under Jeffrey Skidmore and Paul Spicer as well as Vautor Ensemble, Cavendish Singers and the Richard Roddis Singers.
She is a two-time finalist in the Cecil Drew Oratorio Prize and was awarded first prize in the Mario Lanza Opera competition in 2009.
She is borough carillonneur for Loughborough and plays the 47 bell Carillon at Loughborough’s War Memorial tower.