Caroline was a long-term member of Tim Rhys Evans’s mixed choir, Serendipity (of which the male half is better known these days as Only Men Aloud!)
Here’s footage from our ‘Weekend With The Stars’, singing for one night only with Only Men Aloud! in Wales Millennium Centre a few years back, alongside a very special guest….
Caroline is delighted to be singing with Swansea City Opera this year as Marthe Schwerlein in their UK tour of Gounod’s Faust.
Full tour dates and details of tickets are available via the company here.
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, email@example.com 020 8654 6205.
Sunday December 14th 7:30pm
The Concert Hall
….and it’s a lot of fun! The set is beautifully macabre, not to mention the company itself – some wonderfully chilling aspects to be enjoyed in Lynn Binstock’s lavish Traviata.
Performances will take place in Haslemere Hall, Bridge Road, Haslemere, GU27
Thursday October 30th 7:30pm
Cover show/workshop Friday October 31st Time TBC
Saturday November 1st 7:30pm
Sunday November 2nd MATINEE 2:30pm
Tickets are available here
Caroline is delighted to have been asked to join Opera Coast in two evenings of Russian repertoire in association with Pushkin House, a Russian cultural centre in London, and Kalinka, a Sussex Russian cultural centre.
Performances will be:
December 13th: (time to be confirmed)
Sussex Russian Cultural Centre Kalinka
Phone: 01273 279695
Outside UK please call +44 1273 279695, +44 7703846749
Correspondence Address: Community Base, 113 Queens Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3XG, UK;
December 18th: (time to be confirmed)
5a Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2TA
T: +44 (0) 20 7269 9770
F: +44 (0) 20 3116 0151
As always, we’d be delighted to see you there, and share what promises to be an evening filled with well-loved and lesser known gems from the Russian repertoire with you.
Caroline is delighted to be joining Opera South for their Autumn production of La Traviata, in which Caroline will cover the role of Flora Bervoix.
For more information, including tickets and availability, please visit Opera South’s website here.
Caroline is thrilled to confirm she will be performing the role of Fenena in Verdi’s Nabucco later this year.
Directed by Ruth Mariner with Ben Hamilton as musical director, this production of Nabucco will be a first for Kennet Opera, and Caroline is very much looking forward to being part of its debut.
For details including how to book tickets, please visit Kennet Opera’s website here.
Caroline and her colleagues from this year’s intake of singers will perform in their final concert together in a showcase in London.
Jewin Welsh Presbyterian Church
70 Fann Street
The concert is of course open to the public, and we would love your support if you’re in the area! Tickets cost £5 and are available from the WIAV office by contacting them on +44 (0) 2920 493139, or via email; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caroline is delighted to be joining Pontarddulais Male Voice Choir with guests Dennis O’Neill and Sian Phillips in a concert of music and poetry celebrating the work of Dylan Thomas and his time spent in Swansea.
Accompanied by Jane Samuel, Caroline will perform alongside fellow WIAV students, tenors Alex Wilson and Wyn Davies, and soprano Isabella Moore.
Dydd Sadwrn/Saturday Mehefin/June 7th 2014 7:30PM
St Mary’s Church, St Mary’s Square, Swansea SA1 3LP
Tickets: £20, £16 ( conc.)
Aisle seat: £15, £12 ( conc.)
Box Office: 0300 323 0015 9am -5pm Monday – Friday Or Choir Secretary 01792 884279
Caroline and her colleagues at WIAV have had the great privilege of working with the wonderful Della Jones this week. Caroline sang ‘Eboli’s final aria from Don Carlo, ‘O don fatale’, and thoroughly enjoyed both her session and listening to her colleagues work. Della’s expertise and guidance has been absolutely inspirational, and we are all hugely grateful to Dennis, Nuccia, Jane, Euros and WIAV for the opportunity. We hope she’ll be back soon!
The week continues with a gala concert (Wednesday March 26th 7:30) at the University Chapel at Trinity Saint David’s Carmarthen campus. Tickets cost £8 for full paying adults, £5 for concessions and £3 for children under 16. They are available by calling 01267 676806 (9.30am-12.30pm Mon-Fri) or by visiting www.ticketsource.co.uk/tsd. The programme includes Don Carlo, Manon, Don Giovanni and Les Contes d’Hoffmann amongst others, and should you feel like joining us, we promise to entertain you!
Our week, and indeed our term concludes with two days of masterclasses (27-28/03/2014) with Marie McLoughlin, and we look forward to welcoming her to WIAV and working on some more diverse repertoire.
Caroline is delighted to make her solo debut with Côr Caerdydd as alto soloist in Haydn’s ‘Nelson’ Mass alongside fellow WIAV colleague, soprano Llio Evans.
St German’s Church
Corner of Star Street and Metal Street
For more information, please visit Côr Caerdydd’s website or follow them on Twitter –
Caroline is delighted to be singing the role of ‘Polina’ for Park Opera’s 2014 production of Tchaikovsky’s Queen of Spades.
Performances will take place from 26/02/2014 – 01/03/2014 at 7:30 pm at:
South Hill Park Arts Centre
Musical Director: Francis Griffin
Producer: Stephen Oliver
The production will be sung in English, with full orchestra.
For more information about tickets and how to get to the venue, please visit Park Opera’s website.
Caroline and her fellow students are thrilled and privileged to be taking part in a masterclass with Dame Kiri at the Wales International Academy of Voice.
Caroline is delighted to be participating in an eclectic selection of seasonal items with her colleagues at the Wales International Academy of Voice.
Free admission, time to be confirmed, and all are welcome. We would love to see some friendly faces, so if you can come along to support us, we’d be very grateful.
The Glanfa Stage can be found to the right of the front foyer in the WMC, conveniently located next to some rather lovely cafes and bars. Easy!