Peter Evans Prize (for outstanding achievement in performance) from the University of Southampton (2010)
Finalist - Dean and Chadlington Singing Competition (2017)
"The Magic Flute is famous for The Queen of the Night aria...Elizabeth Fulleylove did this to perfection, to the breath-taking delight of the audience." (The Wokingham Paper, Judith Creighton) (2017)
“The young woman who sang ‘Heilige Nacht’' brought me out in 100% goose pimples” (The Guardian, Simon Hoggart) (2009)
Elizabeth is a Dramatic Coloratura Soprano studying under Jessica Cash. She showed promise as a junior prize winner in the Hart Male Voice Choir’s Young Singer of the Year competition and went on to study Music at the University of Southampton where she was a choral scholar, and from whom she was awarded the Peter Evans Prize for outstanding achievement in performance. She continued her operatic training in London with Associated Studios and was, most recently, a finalist in the Dean and Chadlington festival singing competition.
At the University of Southampton, Elizabeth had the pleasure of working with composer Michael Finnissy. She was a soloist in the university’s professional lunchtime concert series and then with Cantores Alumni. She now performs regularly in her local area as a guest with groups such as The Witt Studio, Fleet Choral Society, Hart Voices and The Chantry Singers.
In the theatre, Elizabeth has played Gilda (Rigoletto, Park Opera), Mabel (Pirates of Penzance, Grosvenor Light Opera Company), Frasquita (Carmen, Opera at Bearwood) and Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte, Richard Taunton College). She has performed in opera scenes with Associated Studios, most notably at the Actor’s Church in Covent Garden and in her role as Governess (Turn of the Screw). In July, she will play the Queen of the Night (Die Zauberflöte, Opera at Bearwood) and also looks forward to premiering the role of Saraswati in Barry Seaman’s new opera Mirabai.
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