Zita is a wonderful, warm and engaging soprano, graduated from Royal Holloway University of London with First Class Honours in Music. She continued her studies in Florence and recently in Berlin with soprano, Cheryl Studer. In 2016 she was a Britten-Pears Young Artist and was a finalist in the John Kerr Award for English Song. In 2017 she won the Emmy Destinn Young Singers Award for Czech music…
Lisa studied voice in Australia, Italy and the United Kingdom and completed a Masters of Performance (Opera) from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and a Bachelor of Music Education and a Bachelor of Arts (Music), from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music in Australia.
Bass-baritone Peter began his career in Hastings performing fully-staged operas in Hastings with the well known Irish bass-baritone Michael Maurel. His professional debut in a major role was as Mozart’s Figaro for London Opera Players, followed by Malatesta (Don Pasquale) at Holland Park, Dandini (La Cenerentola), Onegin…
Bass soloist Gerard, who studied with Norman Bailey and Raimund Herincx, has appeared at the London South Bank and at theatres all over the UK with companies such as Chelsea Opera Group, Crystal Clear Productions, and Opera Box.
Abbi, soprano soloist, read music at Royal Holloway, University of London, and was awarded Distinction for her advanced postgraduate diploma at Trinity College of Music in 2006. Supported by vocal department and choral scholarships, she studied with Hazel Wood, Robert Aldwinckle & Eugene Asti and took part in masterclasses with Michael Chance and Emma Kirkby.
Simon is an accomplished bass-baritone with a rich warm voice and natural musical talent, trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, with a BMUS degree, under the renowned instruction of Brian Parsons.
After completing Bachelor of Music from Auckland University, New Zealand, and LRSM on piano, Scilla continued studies at the Royal College of Music. In the same year she was a major prize-winner at the Royal Overseas League Competition and performed at St James Palace for Princess Alexandra and was a “Young Performer” at the Bath Festival. A great interest in singing developed and she began studies with Eduardo Asquez.
Ksynia graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in July 2009 with a Masters in Vocal Studies where she gained a Distinction. She is taught by Elizabeth Ritche and has participated in the ENO Opera Works training scheme from September 2009.
Ted is a tenor currently performing full time in Germany. He trained in theatre and music at Norwestern University with graduate work at Manhattan School of Music. In 2007, he performed the role of Peter Quint in Britten’s Turn of the Screw and Dr. Caius in Verdi’s Falstaff with the Seattle Opera Young Artist Program. He also sang the Hotel Porter in Britten’s Death in Venice with Aldeburgh and Bregenz Festivals.
After completing his Masters in Philosophy at the LSE, Spiro decided to pursue his love of singing and was admitted to Trinity College of Music, where he studied with Omar Ebrahim and Helen Yorke. He now studies with Jennifer Dakin and Robert Dean.