Hayley Marsh is a Brisbane based music director, performer and performing arts teacher. She has a strong background in classical and choral music, training on cello before moving to voice at the Central Queensland Conservatorium, where she studied music theatre. Hayley went on to study dance full time at Theatre & Dance and has performed in many amateur, semi-pro and professional productions across Queensland. Theatre highlights include Flashdance (Tess), Newsies (Katherine), Into the Woods (Grandmother) and Little Shop of Horrors (Ronette). Hayley also lends her voice to the character Juno as one third of the techno-pop animated band Lunatronics. In 2014 she spent six months touring regional Queensland in the solo puppet show Grandad's Place, bringing live theatre to children in remote communities. Hayley has performed with and conducted choirs across Australia, including singing with the Brisbane Chamber Choir. In 2018 she was nominated twice for Best Musical Director of a Musical by the Gold Coast Theatre Awards, for her work on Shrek and Carrie respectively. Hayley is passionate about supporting the performing careers of young people in music theatre, and is helping nurture the next generation of performers through her work as a primary school music educator. She is currently not only the musical director of Brisbane City Sounds, women’s a capella barbershop chorus, but also the director of the Queensland Young Voices, the flagship youth choir of Queensland Show Choir.