Coral Gould first qualified as a teacher at Birmingham College of Education, where she specialised in Music, Movement and Drama. She continued music studies and obtained diplomas in school music, piano and singing.
Her teaching career was spent in both Independent and State schools, where she taught music to all age groups including adults. She now has a full time private teaching practice as well as undertaking various freelance projects. She is a member of the vocal staff of the Birmingham Junior Conservatoire.
During her time at Abbots Bromley School, Staffordshire she toured Hungary and Vienna with the school choir and attended the Kodaly Festival in Debrecen, Hungary.
She undertook an exchange teaching period in the USA during the late eighties.
Her professional performing career has included soprano solo work and latterly piano accompanying.
She produces and directs Music Theatre Productions. She is an Examiner for London College of Music and an adjudicator member of the British and International Federation of Festivals. Memberships include the Incorporated Society of Musicians, the British Voice Association, the Association of English Singers and Speakers and the Voice Care Network.