Caroline’s next performance will be as alto soloist in Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Saturday May 11th 2019.
Conducted by Richard Harker and with soloists baritone Thorvald Blough http://www.thorvald.org, tenor John Wood https://www.facebook.com/johnwoodtenor/ and soprano Christine Cunnold, this will be spectacular.
Saturday May 11th 2019, 7:30
St Mary’s University Chapel
Tickets available now (details in flyer above), and all are most welcome!
Thrilled to be performing with three wonderful friends, baritone Graham McGregor-Smith, soprano Kirsty Taylor Stokes, and accompanist Jo Shepherd, in an afternoon of English art song in Ascot on April 15th.
Here’s a few more details, beautifully put by Graham!
We’ll be singing works by Britten, Butterworth, Finzi, Ireland, Lehmann, Vaughan Williams & Venables amongst many others, to include settings of works by Auden, Housman, Masefield, Shakespeare and many more. The programme is full of absolutely cracking stuff, which will completely blow you away, whether you’re already deep in the weeds of English Song or haven’t a clue what I’m on about.
Tickets are £10 and places are limited. Simply visit the Facebook event page for details on how to secure your place.
So please check your diaries and do come along for some fabulous English Song in the Spring sunshine on a Sunday afternoon.
There will be suitable refreshments available pre-show, during the interval and post-show too, and if the weather is good, we’ll be outside enjoying the garden.
If you have any questions or would like further details, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Caroline is delighted to say she will be stepping in to perform during Afternoon Tea tomorrow in the Royal Albert Hall’s Verdi Room, with Raya Kostova at the piano.
Tickets are available via the link below, and all are most welcome!
All the very best to the lovely Fleur, who is sadly unable to sing tomorrow – lots of WIAV love!
Caroline is delighted to announce that following a successful debut with Charlton Kings Choral Society in November’s concert, she has been invited back to perform the mezzo solo in Duruflé’s beautiful Requiem in May 2016.
More information to follow nearer the time, but a nice early heads up for the diary!
I have been a proud member of the Vivace Singers since 2000, and have been lucky enough to meet some of my closest friends in the world through working with this lovely group.
A little while ago, the Vivace Singers recorded a beautiful Christmas album (even if I do say so myself!) and we’re very proud to say it’s available for purchase on iTunes – a perfect little Christmas present for any musical friends and family perhaps?!
To have a little listen, and to buy the album should you so wish, please follow the link below.
Caroline is delighted to be performing with Surrey Opera once more in their forthcoming production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. Caroline’s first ensemble work was with the chorus of Surrey Opera in 1999’s L’Elisir d’Amore conducted by Jonathan Butcher; and it is wonderful to return to the company as a solo artist.
Dido will be semi-staged, directed by Freda Clark with Stephen Anthony Brown conducting.
Tickets are £12 and are available either on the door or in advance from Mrs Penny Locke, firstname.lastname@example.org 020 8654 6205.
Sunday December 14th 7:30pm
The Concert Hall
Caroline is next looking forward to performing with OperaCoast in their Russian Christmas Gala series in Brighton and London respectively.
Caroline, along with her colleagues Alberto Sousa, Nia Coleman, Sebastian Charlesworth, Steven East, Martyna Kasprzyk-Peralta and Nicole Panizza at the piano, will perform a selection of well-loved and lesser-known gems from the Russian operatic tradition.
December 13th, 7:30pm
Brighton Unitarian Church
Tickets are £10 and are available from wegottickets.com or by calling 07821 761 728.
December 18th, 7:30pm
5a Bloomsbury Square
Tickets are £10 and are available from pushkinhouse.org or by calling 02072 699 770
Image above produced by Jorge Pamplona Martin