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Nicola Said

Nicola Said

  Nicola Said is a Maltese Soprano, Malta Airport Foundation Ambassador and BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation Scholar. In 2019 she performed the title role in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Festival Lyrique-En-Mer, covered the role of Nannetta Falstaff with The Grange Festival, and sang Madame Herz The Impresario at Teatru Manoel. In 2018, Nicola...

Osian Bowen

Osian Bowen

 Welsh Tenor, Osian Wyn Bowen originates from the harbour town of Burry Port, South West Wales. Having graduated with a B.Mus (Hons) in Vocal Studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD). Osian continues to study as a Young Artist at the RWCMD’s David Seligman Opera School, studying under renowned vocal coach John Fisher and...

Christine Byrne

Christine Byrne

Having recently graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Christine Byrne recently sang the role of Ninetta in WNO’s production of Les Vespres Sicilienes

Kathleen Wilkinson

Kathleen Wilkinson

  Born in Burnley, of Irish descent, Kathleen Wilkinson studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, where she won a Peter Moores Foundation Scholarship and was the first female winner of the Webster Booth Competition. She made her debut at the Royal Opera, London in 2005, as The She-Ancient/'The Midsummer Marriage', and has returned as...

Emily Gray

Emily Gray

  Emily studied with Linda Hirst and Robert Bottriell at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, graduating with 1st class honours in performance in 2017. She took leading roles in two operas there - creating the role of Madge in Stephen McNeff's Banished with Jessica Cottis, and singing Ottavia in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di...

Beatrice Venezi

Beatrice Venezi

  Beatrice Venezi is Principal Conductor of the Orchestra Milano Classica and of the Orchestra Scarlatti Young, Naples Born in 1990, she graduated in Piano in 2010 at the Conservatory of Siena under M° Norberto Capelli and attended masterclasses of Pianistic Interpretation under M° Lucchesini, M° De Maria and M° Balzani. She further...

Roland Wood

Roland Wood

  Roland Wood was born in Berkshire and studied at the Royal Northern College of Music with Patrick McGuigan and Robert Alderson, then at the National Opera Studio. He was the winner of the 1998 Webster Booth Prize and the 1999 Frederick Cox Award, and was also awarded Second Prize in the 2000 Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Awards. Roland made...

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