Faith Tucker is a young solo artist who is quickly rising through the ranks in the music industry.
Although still only a teenager the young soprano’s operatic voice astounds audiences and has done so since the beginning of her musical career which saw a young girl starting singing lessons at the age of 12 and immediately discovering her life’s calling.
Things have since moved quickly for Faith. She has gone from small performances in her home city of Nottingham where from the age of eight she competed in local and national competitions to now conquering major concert halls and venues throughout the UK, performing both classical arias in their original languages and also musical theatre.
Faith has always had invaluable support from her parents and family who have had a huge impact on the rising stars future both in terms of the content of her musical programmes, to the beautiful stage attire and her extremely fashionable appearance.
As a singer, Faith has a great depth of talent and musical awareness and although she favours her operatic repertoire, Faith also enjoys performing popular and classical songs on stage. Also, taking original song versions and making them her own is something that she excels at and it shows in her unique performances.
As well as singing, she has always adored dancing, especially modern and street dancing. Her outstanding performances enabled her to win several dance competitions, including Lincolnshire’s Street Dance competition way back in 2008. This talent has proved invaluable to Faith as she has been able to incorporate her knowledge of dancing to useful effect in musical theatre performances.
Faith’s growing success makes her extremely popular and increasingly ‘sought after’ especially for prestigious events and functions where she has been asked to perform by some of the biggest corporate names and celebrities throughout the country.
She is still at a crucial stage in her education, so she works hard, and succeeds at striking the right balance between education and performing.
In 2014, to develop her talent further, she embarked on an exciting venture gaining admission to the prestigious Royal Birmingham Conservatoire as a junior student studying vocal performance, technique and also piano and music theory. She quickly impressed her peers and tutors by winning the prestigious 2015 Peter Vernon Trophy at the Conservatoire followed by achieving distinctions in her Royal School of Music piano exams.