Simone Niles is a leading vocal and performance coach, as well as an author specializing in performance enhancement. Originally hailing from the Caribbean, her musical background and influences include reggae, soul, and jazz.
Simone has performed in such illustrious venues as The Royal Albert Hall and the Barbican Centre in London, as well as the famous House of Blues on Sunset Strip, Los Angeles. She has collaborated with a host of artists and DJs including Jeremy Healy, Paloma Faith, Tom Jones and sung with reggae stars Eddie Grant and Third World. Simone has vast experience working with artists, and creating new work with budding and experienced musicians and singers through improvisation, lyric writing, and song writing. She has led a number of large-scale vocal ensembles throughout the UK including Sense of Sound’s Friday Late at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Olympic Torch project at the Southbank Centre.
Simone is also a qualified coach with a specialist knowledge of NLP, Sound Therapy, Life Coaching, and TFT. Using these skills, she focuses on the personal and developmental aspects of musicians and other performance artists, in order to facilitate an exceptional level of performance. She works with artists from all walks of life, helping them to gain confidence, clarity and consistency within their performance.