Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert
Ach, ich fühls
If I Loved You
Song to the Moon
The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze
Kathleen Roberts Vocal Scholarship (2016)
"Alexandra Hazard impressed in the minor role of Isobel. Always watchable, always in role, always amusing!" www.operetta-research-centre.org (2018)
"Maria – WOW what a star Alexandra Hazard is...Alexandra’s singing, expressions and acting were A* and she had the voice of an angel. She is definitely deserving of a standing ovation. I would certainly say that Alexandra Hazard is destined for big things in the theatre world. 5/5 Top A* performer." www.whatsgoodtodo.co.uk (2018)
"The duets of Tony...and Maria (Natalie Wood lookalike Alexandra Hazard) took your breath away. " www.buxtonadvertiser.co.uk (2018)
"The leads; Tony and Maria played by...and Alexandra Hazard were spellbinding; their chemistry and emotion was captivating throughout and they held the audience to the point where you could hear a pin drop in numbers like ‘One Hand, One Heart’ and ‘Somewhere’." www.northwestend.co.uk (2018)
"This cast were not just stellar dancers and actors, they were also impressive singers...Matching the love-struck Romeo was his belle, Maria, played by Alexandra Hazard. Their duet, singing one of the musical’s favourite songs 'Tonight', was beautiful. I am sure this is just the first of a long list of great shows they will bring us and they must be in line for a hatful of awards." Arts Beat Blog (2018)
"The sense of a vibrant ensemble from the young singers was palpable, each of the women has a very real sense of individual personality and all came together in a striking sense of community. The ensemble moments, from the touching to the angry, were the most striking parts of the evening." Robert Hugill (2016)
British soprano Alexandra Hazard graduated in 2017 with distinction from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, London after completing her Post Graduate Advanced Diploma under the tutelage of Teresa Cahill and was proudly supported by the Kathleen Roberts Vocal Scholarship.
Alexandra has studied and performed many roles from Handel and Monteverdi to Mozart, Strauss and Bernstein to name but a few. In 2016 she was cast in the world premiere of Stephen McNeff’s opera Banished which ignited a new love for contemporary opera and led to her subsequent performance in the world premiere of McNeff’s The Burning Boy in November 2017.
Alexandra is also in demand as a concert and oratorio soloist. She has previously sung as a solo artist in the Opening Gala Concert for the annual Harrogate Festival, appearing at Harrogate Royal Hall with full orchestra conducted by David Steadman. She also sang the soprano solo in Mozart’s Requiem with Chipping Campden Festival Chorus.
Alexandra’s most recent leading lady engagement was in the role of Maria in Bernstein’s West Side Story in 2018 under the direction of Paul Kerryson and musical director Mark Goggins at Buxton Opera House in which she gained glittering reviews and much acclaim.
Alexandra has become an established performer of Gilbert & Sullivan operas with various professional companies around the country for which she has received high-praised reviews. In the summer of 2016 Alexandra made her professional debut with The National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company on their UK tour and returns to the company for her fourth summer season this summer. She was delighted to make her debut with Opera Anywhere, at short notice, in October 2018 as Edith in The Pirates of Penzance and is thrilled to be reinstated in their productions of Patience, HMS Pinafore and The Pirates of Penzance later this year.
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