Now the Year 9 Perth College student is making it a reality as she headed off on an international tour with the Australian Girls’ Choir last week.
‘Being able to sing and entertain people has definitely been a dream,’ Chloe said.
‘I’ve already learnt so much from signing through our noses and all sorts of different things that not many people know and not many people get the opportunity to find out.’
The 15-year old auditioned for the prestigious choir, famous for singing I Still Call Australia Home earlier this year, and is among three girls from WA chosen to take part in the tour.
There are 56 girls from across the country on the tour, which will perform a repertoire of 16 songs in Paris, Angouleme, Carcassone, Barcelona and Singapore.
The multi-talented student who also plays the flute and has previously travelled with the choir on its 2013 Brisbane and Sydney tour said she looked forward to her first international trip.
‘We are performing at Disneyland Paris, which is really exciting and we’ll get to spend the rest of the day there as well,’ she said.
‘We are performing at a Unicef charity concert in Barcelona and we are doing workshops with the British School of Barcelona and the British School of Paris.
‘We are also performing at Singapore Zoo.’