All of our Teachers have Enhanced DBS Checks and First Aid Training.
At LAR, we are all about building confidence. Our class sizes are kept small, so that all children/teenagers receive individual tuition and feedback from our teachers.
LAR Performing Arts was founded in January 2018 by Louisa Alice-Rose.
Louisa Alice-Rose - Principal of LAR Performing Arts
I am Louisa Alice-Rose and I decided to form LAR Performing Arts because I am passionate about encouraging young people to explore the arts. Our focus is always on having fun, developing confidence, building friendships and learning key skills.
LAR Performing Arts is a safe environment, where children are encouraged to express themselves, push boundaries and step out of their comfort zones.
Louisa is a lyric soprano & actress from Hertfordshire. She graduated from the Royal Northern College Of Music with a First Class BMus (Hons) in 2016. Louisa then went on to train with the Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company on their one year Acting course, culminating in performances at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017. As a child, Louisa attended Sylvia Young Theatre School and Tring Park School For The Performing Arts.
Louisa has been performing from a young age. She began singing when she was 6 years old with vocal coach Liz Harley and, at the age of 8, made her West End debut with the role of Young Eponine in Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre.
At the age of 9, Louisa played the role of Tilly in the World Première Concert Performance of Howard Blake's 'The Bear' as part of the 25th Anniversary Celebrations for 'The Snowman'.
Louisa has performed in a number of Raymond Gubbay opera's at The Royal Albert Hall, including Carmen, Tosca and La Boheme (David Freeman & Francesca Zambello).
As a soprano soloist, Louisa has performed recitals at Hampton Court Palace, Bournemouth International Centre, the 02 Indigo and Windsor Castle.
Louisa has also performed as a soloist with London Cantamusica at 10 Downing Street, The Actors' Church Covent Garden, The Dorchester Hotel and The Victoria and Albert Museum.
Louisa was part of the ensemble for Les Miserables in Concert: 25 Years at the 02 Arena in 2010, and for Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the New London Theatre in 2005.
In July 2019, Louisa was the only singer representing England at the semi-finals of the Llangollen Eisteddfod International Voice Of The Future. Louisa was nominated for "The Sound Of Classical" Poll at the Classic BRIT Awards in 2018.
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