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Some groups I've sung with:

Echo

The Sixteen

Platinum Consort

Shards

LCO

Festival Voices 

London Voices

Gabrielli Consort

Erebus Ensemble

Fieri Consort

Choir of Chapel Royal

 

Singer

I have a rewarding portfolio of singing projects, mostly in the ensemble sphere, but also as a soloist. With a background in choral music, you can find me singing early music in little consorts, film sessions in big choirs, backing vocals for contemporary artists and everything in between. Equally happy sight-reading complex scores, or learning contemporary and folk music by ear, I'm pretty versatile and happy whenever singing. 

Our house was full of singing when I was growing up and it really sank in. Obsessed with singing in the school and county choirs, I was lucky enough to study more seriously at Chetham's School of Music. I later read music at King's College London where I had singing lessons with Julie Kennard at the Royal Academy of Music and was a choral scholar with the late great David Trendell. 

I was part of the inaugural year of the Genesis Sixteen programme, studying with Harry Christophers and Eamonn Dougan: this lead to co-founding and working with the Fieri Consort for a few years.

I've since built up a varied bunch of regular projects: all of which I am passionate about. You can regularly find me working with groups such as Shards, Echo, London Contemporary Orchestra and others. Recent highlights include vocals on Radiohead's album A Moon-Shaped Pool and live sessions on Radio 3's Late Junction. I'm particularly interested in ways we present and combine different genres of music, and try to incorporate approaches learnt from one musical environment to the next. A jack of all trades perhaps, but in a good way!

I am known to get my teeth into the odd oratorio solo, and am a very friendly visitor to choral societies for this purpose! I've also had roles in a few opera productions with Festival Voices, Erebus Ensemble and the English Concert, and the Ryedale Festival.

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