Tomorrow evening at 7pm I will be performing Barbara Strozzi’s Lagrime Mie accompanied by theorbo at the Royal Academy of Arts for their IWD concert. More information can be found here: https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/event/international-womens-day-2019-in-tune-with-feminist-time-royal-college-of-music
Tomorrow (18th January) I will be performing as one of The Sirens in this wonderful Americana-inspired Adams piece in the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music with the Wind Orchestra, and with piano soloists Joe Howson and Michaella Livadiotis.
Remembrance Sunday starts with the Duruflé Requiem, performed liturgically at St. Bride’s, Fleet Street. I will then be performing a solo recital of English song, with colleagues, at New College, Oxford, programme to include Tippett, Butterworth and Gurney. In the evening, with the ensemble Wykeham’s Mysic; a candlelit concert ‘For the Fallen: Music for the Armistice Centenary’ with Alexander Armstrong.
Delighted to be singing in a Vocal Masterclass with Amand Hekkers at the Royal College of Music in the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall.
I will be singing ‘Ho Perduto il Caro Sposo’ by G. F. Händel and ‘Pierrot’ by C. Debussy, accompanied by the inimitable Jo Ramadan.
On the 7th November, I will be singing a short recital of new repertoire at Holy Trinity Sloane Square. The recital will begin at 5:30PM, and is free, with a retiring collection for the church. Expect Debussy, Previn, Bellini, Loewe and Puccini!
I’m pleased to announce that for my continued studies at the Royal College of Music, I will be supported by the Audrey Sacher Award. I’m entering the first year of the Master in Performance programme, having completed my Postgraduate Diploma in September 2018. Here’s to an exciting couple of years!
On Thursday 9th November at the Victoria and Albert Museum in South Kensington, I will be singing Dorothea and Chorus, as part of a special performance of the multi-media opera, Kepler’s Trial, by Tim Watts. There will be a discussion of the work and its development by Dame Marina Warner.
I am very pleased to announce that I will commence my post graduate studies at The Royal College of Music, London, in September this year.