Zoë began singing at a young age to teach her little sister, Jodie, who was born with Down’s Syndrome, how to talk.
Zoë created her first album, aged 9, to raise funds for the Oxford Children’s Hospital campaign, where Jodie was due to have corrective heart surgery. The album, Little Ray of Light, was released in 2004, and raised £27,000 for the Oxford Children's Hospital.
Aged 10, Zoë recorded her second solo charity album to raise funds for the Down’s Syndrome Association. The album was scheduled to be recorded in April 2005, a month after Jodie's heart operation. Tragically, Jodie did not survive the procedure. Zoë decided to go ahead with the album, naming it Songs for My Sister and including all of Jodie’s favourite songs. The album sold nationwide, reached No. 2 in the UK Classical charts, and raised over £100,000 for the Down’s Syndrome Association.
Zoë recorded her third album aged 12, Once Upon a Time, before focusing on her academic studies. Zoë studied Music at King's College London in 2013, where she trained operatically at the Royal Academy of Music alongside her degree. Zoë went on to study a Masters at RADA in Text and Performance, developing her performing interests further.
Since completing her Masters degree in 2017, Zoë frequently performs as a Classical Soprano around various UK locations.
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