Soprano and Founder of Hartley Voices, Sara earned her Masters Degree in Vocal Performance with Departmental Distinction from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where she studied with the talented mezzo-soprano and vocal department chair Wendy Hillhouse. Recent performances include the title role of Puccini’s Suor Angelica, Faure and Verdi Requiem soloist…
Catherine is an incredibly versatile soprano singer for hire who flits from opera to musical theatre and jazz with ease. She completed her studies at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and graduated with her BAMus Hons from the University of Nottingham in 2003.
Tenor hire: José is an outstanding up and coming opera singer with a truly iconic tenor sound and profound musicianship, was born in Madeira, Portugal, in 1983. Before moving to London, José graduated with his degree in Vocal Performance and Teaching at Universidade de Aveiro with António Salgado. He won the first prize at the “3º Prémio José Augusto Alegria” for young singers in 2009. He has recently finished the Guildhall School of Music…
Aidan trained at the Guildhall School of Music, The Royal Academy of Music where he received the Stokes Scholarship, and The National Opera Studio. Professionally he has performed for all the major U.K. Opera Companies including The Royal Opera, English National Opera, Welsh National Opera, Scottish Opera, Opera Holland Park and Glyndebourne Festival Opera and has enjoyed a busy concert career.
Russell is a fantastic character tenor for hire who has been involved in the arts all his life, stating at the tender age of eight in a school production of Yo-ho-ho. He moved from his home town of Kidderminster to London to gain his BMus and MMus at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama to study voice on an unconditional place under the tutelage of Mr Ian Kennedy, with whom Russell continues to coach with to this day.
Thomas, bass-baritone, graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he won the English Song Prize. Since graduation with distinction in 2009 he has performed the title role in many productions including Rossini’s Il Signor Bruschino for British Youth Opera and Marcello and Schaunard in OperaUpClose’s Olivier Award-winning La Boheme at the Soho Theatre.
Stephen studied at Trinity College, London and at the Royal College of Music Benjamin Britten International Opera School. Recent engagements include his début at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre as the tenor soloist in Gabriel directed by Dominic Dromgoole, with The English Concert, Spoletta Tosca with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra at the National Concert Hall, Dublin, Goro Madam Butterfly and Mr Erlanson A Little Night Music for Opera Project…
Maciek completed the postgraduate singing course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Previously he was a choral scholar at Southwalk Cathedral, and subsequently moved to Oxford as a Lay Clerk of Christ Church Cathedral Choir for one year then carried on to be a Gentleman of H.M.Chapel Royal.
Mezzo-soprano Katie is a Scotland based former Scottish Opera Emerging Artist and alumnus of the National Opera Studio in London. She currently sings under the tutelage of Catherine Wyn-Rogers. Katie also attended the University of Glasgow (BMus Hons), the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (MMus with Distinction), and at Operastudio Vlaanderen in Belgium (PG Dip with Distinction).
Louisa trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and then gained a scholarship to Trinity College of Music after which she attended the Opera Works course at the English National Opera. Louisa was nominated for best female in the Off West End awards for the role of Violetta in La Traviata at the Soho Theatre which then toured to venues such as Malvern Theatres, the Tobacco Factory, G Live and Oxford Playhouse.