Hayley started the AllStar Choir at Tillingbourne Junior School in 2009 and has since encouraged many children, from numerous schools, to sing in the contemporary choir performing at various events and occasions. She has an infectious enthusiasm that children can not help but be engaged by, encouraging both boys and girls, who wouldn’t normally, to participate in singing within the nurturing environment of the choir. Hayley regularly runs AllStar Choir singing assemblies at Tillingbourne and I can highly recommend them - to succeed with a school of 360 children and staff enjoying singing in harmony during a 10 minute assembly is a fantastic sight and sound! 
       
Willa Baird,
Music Co-Ordinator of
Tillingbourne Junior School
says..
  1. Hayley Steere - Owner
    Company owner Hayley loves nothing more than giving people the opportunity to sing. After studying at The B.R.I.T Performing Arts School for a BTEC in Performing Arts and then at The Academy of Contemporary Music for a Higher National Diploma and a Degree in vocal performance, Hayley combined her two passions, singing and teaching. Hayley recently performed in The Freedom Game Opera at The Royal Albert Hall in front of The Earl and Countess of Wessex and again at Runnymede Meadow during a live TV broadcast in front of The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Duke of Cambridge, The Arch Bishop of Canterbury and David Cameron to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta.
    info@allstarchoir.co.uk
  2. Olivia Keast - Teacher
    Having recently graduated from the Academy of Contemporary Music doing her Music Performance Degree, Olivia is loving her time teaching at AllStar Choir. She is regularly in demand as a session singer and is in recording studio often. Olivia gigs in and around the Guildford Surrey area for corporate events, parties and functions. Olivia has an amazing ear for harmonies and we are delighted to have her on board!
  3. Emma Squibb - Teacher / Admin & Marketing Manager
    Emma is not only a sensational singer, but someone who really cares about the knowledge she passes on to the choir members she teaches. Having studied at Manchester University Emma most recently performed a solo with the English Touring Opera, and at The Royal Albert Hall in The Freedom Game Opera in front of The Earl and Countess of Wessex and again at Runnymede in front of the The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Duke of Cambridge and David Cameron. Emma is a captivating teacher who encourages confidence building and correct vocal technique.
  4. Kristiana Milune - Teacher
    Kristiana holds a First Class Honours Degree in Professional Music Performance, and has been studying music since childhood. Kristiana believes in teaching a healthy vocal technique, and is an enthusiastic and encouraging teacher. Kristiana strives to discover and develop the musical talent of every child she works with. In addition to her teaching Kristiana sings as part of an acoustic duo. She is an invaluable asset to our team.

What do you do in a session?
We teach contemporary songs to your children alongside choreographed routines. 

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How much is a session?
£6.50 per session, payable termly. Once signed up the term fee is payable. We only offer refunds in extreme circumstances - bereavement etc.  

When do I have to pay? 
Please pay your fees online as soon as you register to secure your child's place. 

Can my child bring a snack? 
We prefer the children not to have a snack unless necessary (eg. medical reasons) as it takes precious time away from learning. 
 
What songs do you sing?  
Popular ones! 

How do I sign up? 
Go to the BOOK ONLINE page and fill in the form. Alex will then invoice you accordingly. 


Do I get a free trial?
If a choir is not full after advertising and promotional measures, we will invite children to attend a free trial session. If after your first session your child no longer wishes to continue after the trial, we will issue you with a refund (minus the session attended). This is strictly only after their first session. Please email us at info@allstarchoir.co.uk to find out more. 

What if the school or venue cancels a session? 
If the school or venue cancel a session we will do our best to organise an alternative session for your child to attend. As the decision has been made by a third party and is therefore "out of our hands" we ask that you discuss any concerns with the school or venue directly. 


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F.A.Qs

Where do you perform? 
We're lucky enought to have performed at some fabulous venues and events. Here are just a few.. 
The Ideal Home Show
The Olympic Torch Ceremony 
Albury Music Festival
Guildford Cathedral
G Live
The Electric Theatre
Street Clash Music Festival
Phyliss Tuckwell Hospice
Barclays Bank 
Chilworth Christmas Fair
Edgerley Park
Tillingbourne Summer fete
Polesden Lacey Summer fair
For The Mayor of Guildford
At numerous charity events
 
How do I order T-Shirt and Hoodies?
Buy direct from the PAY ONLINE page.

What's your cancellation policy? 
If after your first session your child no longer wishes to continue, we will issue you with a refund (minus the session attended). This is strictly only after their first session.


Can we join during the term?
Yes of course! As long as the choir isn't full already. 

 

What does my child have to wear? 
They should wear school uniform if lessons are directly after the school day and their AllStar Choir T-Shirts if later in the evening. Sensible shoes for running and dancing in too please. We often play games that involve running around! 

What is the full uniform for public performances?
A black ASC T-Shirt
Black leggings (for girls) 
Black trousers for boys.
Strictly no blue denim!
Sensible trainer type shoes, as funky and colourful as you like! No heels,
crocs,
flip flops
boots
sandals. 
Hair should be tied back neatly. Colourful hair bands are welcomed!

Do we have to pay for our child to perform in the AllStar Choir performances?
No, but children must wear the necessary uniform. 


Do you give the children the lyrics of the songs? 
On occasion we may email the parents and guardians the lyrics of songs for performances or particulary (lyricially) challenging songs , but our teachers are trained to teach the lyrics with methods that do not require the children to read them.