Louise Marshall trained in singing and dancing before winning a place at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester in 1989 where she studied the piano, joined and occasionally conducted the Chamber choir. In 1995 she joined Britain’s National Youth Choir, writing many gospel arrangements for them which are still sung worldwide today. In 1992 Louise won a scholarship to The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she studied piano and sang with function bands.
Since, Louise has worked extensively with music artists, including Robbie Williams, Bryan Ferry, Lulu, Van Morrisson, Jools Holland and his Rhythm Orchestra, Emma Bunton and Martine McCutcheon to name but a very few. As well as singing for numerous recordings (which include Troy, Ray, and Phantom of the Opera), in 2001, she performed live on Top of the Pops.
She has also performed on stage in a number of West End shows. These include Jesus Christ Superstar at the Lyceum Theatre, Whistle Down the Wind at the Aldwych, and The Genius of Ray at Haymarket Theatre. She has toured the UK with Soul Train, and appeared in Scandinavia and Iceland with West End International, showcasing Hair, The Music of Queen, and Abba.