Simone Niles is a leading vocal and performance coach and an author on the specialty of performance enhancement. Originally hailing from the Caribbean, her musical background and influences include reggae, having sung with Eddie Grant and Third World, as well as soul and jazz. Simone has performed in The Royal Albert Hall and Barbican (London) to name a few, as well as the famous 'House of Blues' (Sunset Strip, Los Angeles). She has collaborated with a host of artists and DJs including Jeremy Healy and Alex Paterson.
She has vast experience of working with artists, and creating new work with budding and experienced musicians and singers through improvisation, lyric writing and song writing. She has led a number of large-scale vocal ensembles and has done so throughout the UK including Sense of Sound's Friday Late at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Olympic Torch project at the Southbank Centre.
Simone is currently the Musical Director of London Institute Vocal Ensemble at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.
Simone is also the founder of Success In Motion
, a unique company set up to help empower people to achieve their personal goals and to have a fulfilling and meaningful life doing what they love. She is an expert transformational coach who specialises in coaching individuals who want to become thriving entrepreneurs.