Tanith has been performing in various capacities since she was four years old. She began with dance up to the age of eight, where she joined the Wirral Academy of Performing Arts (WAPA). This is where she discovered that she was much better suited to sing and act than she was to dance.
During her six years with WAPA she took part in yearly shows, including the Lion King, Chicago and Cats, which were put on at such theatres as the Empire Theatre in Liverpool and The Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End. Most notably of which was the Children’s Verity Performance.
Tanith left WAPA at 14 to put her time and energy more fully into her education, because it was at this point that she fully realised her love of music and that it was her calling to share that love with others by way of becoming a music teacher.
She successfully completed her GCSE’s in 2010 and then went on to study Music at Wirral Metropolitan College. This is where Tanith really hit her stride. Up until this point, it had been all about performance but with the right teacher leading her learning journey Tanith discovered that not only did she love performance and singing but she also loved Music Theory, Composition and Music Technology.
In 2013 Tanith began university, studying a Combined Honours Degree in Music and Education. In Music she majored in Performance, where she was part of a band called The Aglets, and Popular Music Studies, which considers the wider effects of Music in society. In Education she majored in Philosophy and Psychology of Education. While studying at Liverpool Hope University Tanith completed her Grade 8 Singing exam in Musical Theatre.
For the past year, Tanith has been completing her Postgraduate Diploma in Further and Post-Compulsory Education at Liverpool Hope University while at the same time, starting her own performance career in local bars and pubs.
She is now a fully qualified teacher and gaining increasing renown on the local performance circuit. Tanith has a Masters qualification from Liverpool Hope University in Education.