Creator and Director of LP Artist Management and LP Artist Development | Artist Manager | Artist Mentor
Louise is a highly experienced singer, songwriter with over 18 years of professional performance experience all around the world. This has been not only as a solo performer, but also in company productions and as part of UK Country Music Sibling Trio; ORFILA. She has released 2 solo albums (“Piece of the Puzzle” and “That Girl”), both of which were a majority of self-penned songs, and also 2 solo singles (“Learn To Love” and “Children In Need”), which were both self-penned. Louise also contributed to 2 albums “Writing On The Wall” and “Never Slowin’ Down” and an EP “Built With A Dreamers Hand” as part of ORFILA. She has released several other songs, including self-written song, “This Place”, which features on the Royal British Legion’s Remembrance Day album.
Louise, both individually and as part of ORFILA, has supported well-known performers such as The Script, Stereophonics, Newton Faulkner, Alexandra Burke and many others! More information regarding Louise can be found at louise-parsons.com
Louise’s vast and varied experience, along with her knowledge of the music and theatre industry, plus her degree in Performing Arts: Vocal Studies, her passion and enthusiasm for teaching and encouraging young performers to reach their full potential, are just some of the reasons she runs a vocal coaching school, a theatre school and has launched an artist management and artist development programme too. Louise wants to use her experience to help performers of all styles reach their goals and full potential.
Under Louise’s teaching and guidance, students have been successful in gaining places at top colleges/universities, various professional drama schools/dance schools, the BRIT school, National Youth Theatre, Urdang, Performers College, Peer Productions and many more. She’s also helped performers gain lead roles in professional UK tours.