​Emmet O'Donnell is a self taught guitarist, songwriter and performer. Having taken his own daughter to Tiny Time classes he wanted to join in the fun and share his love of music with young children in his area. Emmet is involved with many musical projects and performs frequently in London and also works as a music editor, writer and sound editor..

Rosemary Berkon has just graduated from ALRA after finishing her degree in acting. She is embarking on her career as a professional actress as well as her other love; teaching. She has worked extensively with all ages as a freelance drama and performing arts practitioner both in her home county Lancashire and now London. Whilst in London, Rosemary has particularly specialised in early years development.  She is now excited to combine her passions for singing and music with her love of creatively engaging with young children.  

Rita Seregelyi trained as an actress and played in various theatres in Budapest, Hungary. It was there that she also began her teaching career holding drama classes for teenagers.

Following her move to North London in 2010, Rita began working as a nursery teacher in a community school, later taking up the role of Education Secretary at the LMI+ school in Islington.

Rita studied classical music at the Liszt Ferenc Music School in Hungary. As a qualified teacher she continues to deliver private lessons in piano and the Hungarian language to students of all ages.

Anita Hornai  is a professional musician and teacher hailing from Hungary. She plays many instruments including flute, guitar, recorders, jaw's harp, and ukulele!

She says her life is dedicated to music which she feels is a universal language to express thoughts and feelings. She is a qualified singing teacher and preforming artist who loves to pass on her knowledge, skills and passion for music to everyone, especially children.

Anita has been living, teaching and performing in London since 2008 and now teaches at All Talents Music School in Enfield and Tiny Time Music classes.

About Us

Holly Aisbitt founded Tiny Time Music (formerly Tiny Tempo) after returning from a cruise ship singing contract and moving to Stoke Newington in 2010. She started musical mornings in the tea rooms on Church Street, which grew into Tiny Tempo and is now Tiny Time Music!

Holly trained as a singer at Trinity College of Music and then as a postgraduate at Mountview Academy. She first began working with the early years age group at Blackheath Conservatoire on the Sound Start programme, which she ran for seven years.

In her other work she teaches singing to performers training at ALRA and Mountview and is training to be a certified master teacher in the Estill voice model. She also runs the SNS community choir as well as teaching a number of private clients. She is so happy for all the local support in Stoke Newington and has loved being involved with so many local children's first introductions to music.