Back in her home town, Lily’s passion for music has led her to work with the Community Recording Studio (CRS), whose aim is to help young people gain experience using professional equipment and improve their creative skills, working with top industry professionals. This includes singing, recording, photography and much more. One of CRS’s biggest supporters is Prince Harry, who Lily has been lucky enough to meet and perform for.
Lily also teaches private lessons at her home in Nottingham.
She has performed at Top Venues such as: Her Majesty's' Theatre and The Royal Albert Hall , as well as venues nearer to home including, The Birmingham Hippodrome, BBC Radio Nottingham and Nottingham’s Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall. She has also performed at the Nottingham Forest Football Stadium, where she had the great pleasure of singing at the first match of the season in front of 24,000 fans!
Although Lily has a busy lifestyle as a classical performer, she has another love, her alter ego; “Miss Lily Lovejoy” a vintage performer, and a real sweetheart.
Miss Lovejoy enjoys singing songs from bygone years and travels around the UK performing at various WW2 and 1940’s themed Events. “It’s lots of fun and you get to meet some lovely people”
Lily had the great honour of being asked to perform at Captain sir Tom Moore’s 100th Birthday party, that was unfortunately postponed due to C19.
Lily Recorded a video message Where she sang a couple of Tom’s favourite Tunes. A video was later uploaded to Tom’s Twitter account where you can see him singing along to Lily.
Lily was also featured alongside Michael Ball and Alfie Boe in ITV’s “Carols at Christmas”
She is also trending worldwide for signing outside her local lidl where she works part time due to covid. She started singing for the NHS clap and it’s now viral.
Through her work, Lily is also an active member of the Royal British Legion and fundraisers for them when ever she can.