Tabitha (age 21) comes from Margate, England. In October 1995 she was the winner of the prestigious BBC Radio 2 "Choirgirl of the Year" award, and gained a great deal of experience as a performer, both in the recording studio and on Television and Radio.
In addition, Tabitha has sung at many other Concerts, Church services, weddings and anniversaries throughout the country including such venues as the Wembley Conference Centre, St Martin's in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, Llandaff Cathedral and at International Trade Fairs in Brussels. She first met and sang with British treble star Anthony Way for a BBC programme, and recorded duets with him for his CD "Wings of a Dove" for Decca records. This album shot straight to No 3 in the U.K. Classical "Charts".
She had singing lessons from the age of eight with Pamela Burn in Cliftonville, Tabitha continued her studies reading music at the Welsh College of Music and Drama (Wales' national conservatoire in Cardiff), where she gained the highest mark in her year for the performance examinations. She has represented her College at national level and also in the Cardiff theatres, performing in opera and musicals. She is equally at home singing light music, jazz, oratorio and opera as well as the classical solo repertoire.
In the Spring of 2000 she was selected by Music Theatre Wales to take the part of Adèle in the world premiere of Michael Berkeley’s chamber opera Jane Eyre at the Cheltenham Festival. This production subsequently toured England throughout the summer and autumn, including the Buxton Festival and the Linbury Studio Theatre at Covent Garden Opera HOuse, London (for which she was favourably reviewed in The Times).