"As a busy singer and singer teacher you are in the best possible place to hear and meet with talented professionals.  If I was impressed by other singer’s talents and ease of performance, it soon became clear audiences and promoters were too and kept on inviting us back!  Consequently, most of our engagements come through word of mouth and recommendation."

Fiona Firth




Mission Statement

We offer top quality entertainment and tuition in a friendly, imaginative and professional way and create tailored programmes to delight our audiences.

Singers4all evolved as a natural response to the many requests Fiona Firth has received over the years to recommend soloists and ensembles for concerts. 

Initially these were predominantly operatic concerts, often for corporate or charity events, but this broadened to jazz, music theatre and fusion as she widened her own musical interests. 
Fiona’s flourishing teaching practice has offered a rich pool of professional singers too. They travel from all over the home counties to study with her.  They are attracted by her open relaxed teaching style, combined with her repertoire knowledge, strongly grounded classical technique and most importantly, the results and significant improvements her students make.  Many of her students say that it is Fiona’s energy, clarity and belief in them which inspires them to have the confidence to really stretch their own boundaries! 

Corporate clients have been keen to grab “a slice of the action” too and request team building workshops, help with presentation techniques and off-site group singathons!  They also enjoy a variety of the singing entertainments which Singers4all offer for their banquets, dinners and parties.

We have also recently branched out in to choral music and innovative singing groups based in Great Missenden.  These are for children and grown ups alike who want to work with the dynamic Singers4all team.  Presently there are three choirs and training for all ages and abilities. 

It seems the “Singing Bug” needs little promotion these days as many audiences and performers alike seem to be already intoxicated!