Charlie-Jade Jones. photograph : Alishia Love

Charlie-Jade Jones


Noted for her warm, versatile vocals and engaging storytelling, Charlie-Jade’s career so far has been eclectic and wide-ranged. Since graduating with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music, London, her work has included Cole Porter’s Anniversary Concert Anything Goes at Cadogan Hall with The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, the 5* revival of Jason Robert Brown’s Parade at Frogmore Paper Mill, the 10th anniversary of Howard Goodall’s Love Story at Cadogan Hall, The Thursford Christmas Spectacular, and the 5* symphonic premier of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s State Fair at Cadogan Hall with The London Musical Theatre Orchestra. Particularly at home in more intimate settings, Charlie-Jade toured for two consecutive seasons as the principal soprano in The Fingask Follies and has performed at venues including The British Embassy in Paris, Hoxton Hall, The Shoreditch Treehouse and Dundas Castle. Off the stage she has featured on recordings for BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night, Peter Pan An Arena Spectacular at Wembley Arena and for Silva Screen Records at Angel Studios. 

Her one-woman show The Soprano Behind The Screen co-written with Musical Director Connor Fogel, which tells the story of Hollywood’s Secret Soprano, Marni Nixon, was featured by Elaine Paige on her BBC Radio 2 show EP On Sunday during the show’s successful run in May 2021 at The Chiswick Playhouse, London. In October 2021 she released her debut album, Remember, which has been coined a ‘love letter’ to The Great American Songbook and is scheduled to open her new show ‘Remember’ in Summer 2022.

In addition to her work as a singer/actress, Charlie-Jade is a proud Champion for Music for Dementia and maintains a successful career as a singing teacher, holding teaching positions at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, Italia Conti Academy and Emil Dale Academy.

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