Christine trained as a chorister at Washington National Cathedral before continuing her studies in music at the University of Chicago, Kings College London, and Indiana University. Christine enjoys performing a wide range of repertoire including early music, opera, art song, and new music, but she particularly enjoys performing oratorio. She recently had the privilege of singing Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate in St Martin in the Fields and the title role in Handel’s Theodora for Benslow Opera. Christine is a student of Julie Kennard and James Baillieu at the Royal Academy of Music, and is generously supported by the Josephine Baker Trust.
Christine trained as a chorister at Washington National Cathedral before ...
Hannah read music at the University of Manchester, studying piano and voice. She went on to study piano at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance with Douglas Finch, graduating with a distinction. Living in London, Hannah works as a pianist and soprano, performing with various ensembles, including The Sixteen, the Gabrieli Consort and the Erebus Ensemble. Hannah is a founding member and manager of the Fieri Consort, who perform regularly in London, throughout the UK and recently toured Australia.
Hannah read music at the University of Manchester, studying piano and voice. ...
Marie’s lifelong love of music began at the age of nine when she became a girl chorister in Wells Cathedral Choir. Since then, Marie’s career has continued to grow. Her achievements to date include winning the BBC Radio 2 Choir Girl of the Year competition and recording Allegri’s Miserere on Delphian Records. Marie enjoys working with a number of the country’s most prestigious ensembles, including The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Tenebrae Choir.
Marie’s lifelong love of music began at the age of nine when she became a ...
Mezzo soprano Nancy was a choral scholar at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University where she studied music. Now a freelance singer in London, she has sung with many ensembles including The Sixteen and The Choir of the Enlightenment, and given recitals in the Handel House Museum and St Martin in the Fields. In September she will begin postgraduate vocal study at the Royal College of Music.
Mezzo soprano Nancy was a choral scholar at St Edmund Hall, Oxford University ...
Rebekah grew up in Cheshire where she was a member of the Hallé Youth Choir for six years and went on to read music at King’s College London. She currently studies singing with Robert Dean. In 2012-2013 she was a member of the Genesis Sixteen training scheme and has since gone on to sing with a number of professional choirs in the UK including I Fagiolini and the Sixteen. Rebekah began the National Youth Choir’s inaugural Fellowship Programme in September of last year, and also sings regularly as a soloist with a number of choral societies in and around London. Solo performance highlights include the role of Mrs Peachum in Benjamin Britten’s The Beggar’s Opera (King’s Opera) and Bach’s Magniﬁcat.
Rebekah grew up in Cheshire where she was a member of the Hallé Youth Choir ...
Paul studied vocal ensemble studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland with Anthony Rooley (Consort of Musicke) and has since been working with leading ensembles around the UK and Europe. He is a member of 12-voice vocal consort Ars Nova Copenhagen (dir. Paul Hillier) and sings regularly with the Gabrieli Consort, Polyphony, Collegium Vocale Gent, and madrigal ensembles Basiliensis and Convictus.
Paul studied vocal ensemble studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in ...
Josh began his musical studies as a chorister at Chichester Cathedral before accepting a music scholarship to Eton College. Having just finished his degree at King’s College London, where he sang in the chapel choir under David Trendell, Josh now plans to pursue a freelance career in both singing and trombone. He has sung as a tenor soloist with Windsor and Eton Choral Society and Didcot Choral Society, and regularly sings with The Fieri Consort, The Erebus Ensemble and The National Portrait Gallery Choir. Josh is a member of this year’s Genesis Sixteen programme, and studies with Glenville Hargreaves.
Josh began his musical studies as a chorister at Chichester Cathedral before ...
Nick is a London-based singer and composer. He studied music at the University of York, where he was also a Choral Scholar at the Minster. Since moving to London in 2009 he has performed extensively as a soloist all round the world. Recent highlights include Mozart's Requiem in Japan, a Stockhausen opera in the 2013 BBC Proms season, and some small roles in a concert performance of Richard Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier in Birmingham Symphony Hall with the CBSO alongside Sophie Bevan, Alice Coote, and Franz Hawlata.
Other oratorio performances include Handel's Messiah, Dvorak's Stabat Mater, Berlioz's L'Enfance Du Christ, the Requiems of Brahms and Faure, and Bach's St John Passion. As an ensemble singer he regularly performs with The Tallis Scholars, BBC Singers, London Voices, Ex Cathedra, I Fagiolini, Polyphony, Stile Antico, and Tenebrae.
He enjoys the varied life of a singer, where you get to travel the world and perform in some incredible places with some of the finest musicians around.
Nick is a London-based singer and composer. He studied music at the University ...
Ben began his musical life as a chorister at Hexham Abbey where he later went on to sing bass and became organ scholar for year 2009-2010. Since graduating in music from Durham University, Ben has completed a Master’s Degree at York University specializing in solo-voice ensemble singing with Robert Hollingworth, graduating with distinction. Ben now performs regularly as a soloist, recently playing the role of Polyphemus in Handel’s Acis and Galetea and Plutone in Monteverdi’s Orfeo, and in a number of ensembles around the UK including I Fagiolini, Siglo de Oro and Reverie. Outside of singing, Ben receives regular commissions for his compositions of choral works, most recently performed by The Tallis Scholars, Merton College Oxford and York Minster, whilst also conducting his own semi-professional vocal ensemble 'Renaissance'.
Ben began his musical life as a chorister at Hexham Abbey where he later went ...
Ben has been living and working as a singer in London since September 2013. He began singing as a chorister at King’s College, Cambridge, and studied Music at The University of Manchester, going on to work as a choral conductor for the Hallé there for two years. Ben has worked for many vocal groups, including Ex Cathedra choir and consort, Philharmonia Voices, Florilegium ensemble, Fieri Consort and is a member of the National Portrait Gallery choir.
Ben has been living and working as a singer in London since September 2013. He ...
Sam started singing at the age of eleven when he became a chorister at Lincoln Cathedral, laying the groundwork for Sam’s career as a musician. Sam currently balances his work as a Lay Clerk at Ely Cathedral with regular freelance work as an ensemble singer and soloist. As well as, Siglo De Oro, Sam sings with many other groups around the UK, including The Sixteen, The Mercian Consort and The Erebus Ensemble. As a soloist, Sam has performed on the concert hall and the stage, with appearances in Bach’s St John and Matthew Passions , Handel’s Saul and Semele and also scenes from Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro and Ades’ The Tempest. In September, Sam will be moving to Oxford where he will sing at Christ Church Cathedral as a Lay Clerk.
Sam started singing at the age of eleven when he became a chorister at Lincoln ...