What my clients say

Louise sang at our daughters wedding in March 2012, first in church at the signing of the register and later at the reception. Her performances were both moving and powerful captivating the guests. She added a wonderful dimension to the occasion making this happy event even more memorable.

At the reception her repertoire of musical theatre songs were both varied & powerful ensuring a delightful atmosphere.

We would thoroughly recommend her services for any wedding or special occasion.

Frances Cooper, 26th March 2012

I saw the best show I've seen for a long time when Louise and James Church performed locally. Louise's voice is exquisite - she went from serious to funny without losing any professionalism!

I was totally enthralled the whole evening.

Barbara Whitehead, 17th March 2012

We booked Louise to sing Wagner for the Chief Executive of the Wokingham District Councils leaving do at very short notice. She was utterly professional and sang her aria magnificently, her voice filling the arena and her top notes making us tingle. But she went beyond the call of duty and diversified into operetta and other genres, showing huge versatility. She was hugely appreciated by everyone there.

Gillie Tunley, 27th December 2011

Louise provided the musical second half to the Bucks W I Annual event at the High Wycombe Town Hall and it was a great afternoon.

Her choice of music was very varied so something for everyone to enjoy with much joining in from the audience. The sound quality was perfect reaching the back of the large hall easily and clearly.

Louise introduced each item with an anecdote or a snippet of information all warmly received. Her voice soars into the rafters and leaves you with that tingly spine and I know her performance was hugely appreciated by all 400.

Isabelle Foley, 23rd December 2011

In reference to Witt Studio Showcase - April 2011. "I particularly enjoyed Louise Herrington's rendition of When You're Good To Mamma from Chicago, but {one of} the two highlights for me were Mascagni's glorious Easter Hymn (Cavalleria Rusticana)." Louise was the soloist for the Easter Hymn.

Barrie Theobald, Reading Chronicle