Daisy Chute shot to fame with the female vocal quartet All Angels, whose debut album reached the top 10 in the national pop album charts and number 2 in the classical charts, earning a platinum disc, Classical Brit Award nomination and making them the fastest selling début classical group of all time.
Daisy has performed in venues and stadiums all over the world including the Royal Albert Hall and has sung as a soloist at the Wigmore Hall. An incredibly versatile artist she released her first critically acclaimed solo jazz album at the amazing age of 15, championed by Humphrey Lyttelton on Radio 2, and now has several exceptionally successful albums behind her.
As a professional singer who enjoys singing many different styles of music, from opera to classical crossover, jazz to pop, she teaches that the basis of any good, safe singing is a solid technique grounded in singing principles.
“I could listen to her fantastic voice all day.”
– Howard Goodall, composer and television presenter
“Her voice and style are full of jazz know how, as witnessed by the assured phrasing.”
– The late Humphrey Lyttelton, Best of Jazz, BBC Radio 2
“Daisy, like Barbra Streisand, has a fully developed vocal talent at a young age. This girl has the gift of communication.”
– Mark Murphy, jazz singer and six time Grammy nominee