Nicole Timm

Nicole Timm was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. She began studying piano, flute and voice at age 8. Throughout junior and high school, Nicole won several national singing performance competitions. At just 17 years old, she enrolled at The University of Chichester, obtaining a BM with Honors in Contemporary Keyboard Performance. In South Africa, she was a successful freelance piano, flute and voice teacher, as well as an active artist, a choir master, and a songwriter. In 2016, Nicole was accepted to Berklee College of Music, where she majored in Songwriting and Voice. She worked as an ESL tutor throughout the duration of her studies, and she is proud to have graduated Summa Cum Laude. During her time at Berklee, she received an Achievement in Songwriting  scholarship, and she was  a primary artist in Berklee Online courses while collaborating with grammy winning producer Prince Charles Alexander, and Grammy nominated artist, Charlie Puth. Fun fact – she was the President of the Billboard Hot 100 club! 
Nicole currently enjoys a fulfilling career in Los Angeles as a private teacher, songwriter, vocalist, pianist and recording artist. Lessons with Nicole feel stress-free, yet inspirational; she is fun and engaging. Nicole strives to help her students achieve whatever it goal they set their minds to.