Teerna is a passionate and dedicated vocalist currently working towards obtaining my undergraduate Music (BMus) degree at the University of Surrey. Having performed in many competitions within the UK in different genres, ranging from musical theatre to pop and classical, her knowledge of many different musical genres has broadened, making her a very versatile musician. As well as this, she obtained the role of a music captain at The Coopers Company and Coborn School, where she had to lead various school choir rehearsals and also organise concerts for the music department.
Outside of these musical activities, since 2012 she has been an active member of Essex Indians, a non-profit organisation that holds annual programmes and events both in the UK and worldwide for various charities such as the Sylvia Wright Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital and, more recently the Thakurpukur cancer hospital trust in India. Many of these events include the annual East meets West concert, consisting of a fusion of eastern and western cultures in music.
As a vocal teacher, Teerna aims to tailor her teaching to every students needs and aims to deliver lessons in a professional, creative and engaging manner. Her kind and compassionate nature makes her very approachable as a teacher of children and she can’t wait to build students confidence and inspire them to start singing.