Cheryl is a Classical Soprano who was introduced to music by her grandfather. Her vocal talent was recognised by her flute teacher Pat who advised her to take voice lessons and join a choir. After several months of tuition Cheryl was thrilled to be selected for the children's ensemble in Hansel and Gretel, English National Opera and soon after was cast as First Boy in The Magic Flute for the Royal Opera, Covent Garden, with a live broadcast on Radio Three.
These amazing performance opportunities inspired Cheryl to pursue a career in music and in 2002 she graduated with honours from the prestigious Royal Academy of Music.
Cheryl has gone onto perform at many venues and major concert platforms, including Waddesdon Manor, Rochester Cathedral, The Queen Elizabeth Hall / South Bank, The Bath Pump Rooms, Madame Tussauds, Harrods, The Royal Courts of Justice and at a Saracens Rugby match. Opera companies include Grange Park Opera, Pimlico Opera and British Youth Opera.