Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert
Commended at The Mozart Competition (2016)
E.A Redman prize for interpretation (2015)
Soprano Beatrice Acland recently graduated from the MA Opera Performance course at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where she studied with Lorna Anderson and Ingrid Surgenor.
Beatrice recently performed in the chorus of Falstaff at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall under the baton of Vasily Petrenko with Sir Bryn Terfel in title role and Rebecca Evans as Alice Ford. Previous operatic engagements include Elivra (cover, performed) Don Giovanni with the British Youth Opera, Iris in Mid Wales Opera's Semele, Zhou in The Welsh National Youth Opera's Kommilitonen! conducted by Alice Farnham, Alice Ford in RWCMD's Falstaff conducted by Carlo Rizzi.
Equally comfortable in concert, Beatrice was the soprano soloist at the St Martin-in-the-Fields opera gala in January of this year. She has been the soloist in works including Mozart Mass in C minor, Hayden The Seasons and Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle. Last summer Beatrice worked with Joseph Middleton in Toulouse on song interpretation, which she then performed in concert whilst out there. Beatrice sang the role of Pheobe in the World Premiere of Arnold's Henri Christoph in concert at the Malcolm Arnold Festival and is the recipient of the EA Redmann prize, a semi finalist at the Somerset Song prize this year and commended in the 2016-17 Mozart competition.
Beatrice is looking forward to joining Longborough opera festival this spring.
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