Sunday July 23rd 2017 - 20h30
Please note the programme may be subject to change
Elizabeth Roberts studied at Newcastle University & English National Opera’s young artist course. Extensive oratorio performances keep her busy throughout the UK & overseas, including Rome (works by Bach, Mozart, Brahms), Spoleto (Vaughan Williams) & Darmstadt (Vaughan Williams). In 2012 she performed Carmina Burana in Beijing with the Peking Sinfonietta.
Marie was born in Devon. She studied at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama & on the Royal Academy Opera Course where she graduated with Distinction & was awarded the DipRAM.
Opera roles include Bradamante (Alcina) & Olga (Eugene Onegin) for English Touring Opera, Genevieve (Pelléas et Mélisande) for Independent Opera at Sadler’s Wells, Disinganno (Il Trionfo) for The Classical Opera Company, Oronte (La Fida Ninfa) & Licida (L'Olimpiade) for La Serenissima in Venice, Israel & the Bath & Buxton.
Alexander James Edwards began singing as a chorister at St Paul’s Cathedral, continuing his studies at the Royal Northern College of Music & the Royal Academy of Music.
Alexander’s concert engagements have included Rossini's Stabat Mater with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Gounod St Cecilia Mass with the Huddersfield Choral Society & opera galas with The City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Russian State Symphony Orchestra & Royal Philharmonic Orchesta, Classical Open Air Concerts at Leeds Castle & over 70 performances of Verdi’s Requiem.
Originally from Poland, Jan studied at the Academy of Music in Krakow before moving on to the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff. He is also an alumnus of British Youth Opera & ENO Opera Works. He has performed named roles for the likes of Scottish Opera, Garsington Opera, English Touring Opera & Wexford Festival Opera. Outside the opera house he can be found recording his colleagues, blogging, kayaking on the Thames, playing board games, or back home hiking in the Polish mountains.
International Opera Awards Young Artist Bursary holder & twice-winner of the Brenda Charters Conducting Scholarship, conductor Harry Ogg is highly acclaimed in both opera & concert repertoire. His most notable projects include The Turn of the Screw for Opera Holland Park & a recording of Britten’s World War Two Radio Plays with the Hallé Orchestra for NMC. In the 2016-2017 season, Harry will conduct performances of Don Giovanni for Opera Holland Park, opera scenes with postgraduate students at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Dvorak’s Seventh Symphony with the Tonhalle Orchestra...
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