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Hollie-Anne Clark

Voice Type:

Soprano

Nationality:

British

Country:

United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):

English, Italian, French

Opera

Cathleen
'Riders to the sea' (Vaughan-Williams)
Bute Park Opera, RWCMD
2014
Suzanna
Le nozze di Figaro, scenes (Mozart)
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
2014
2nd Lady
Die Zauberflöte (Mozart)
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
2014
Noemie
Cendrillion (scenes) (Massenet)
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
2014
La bergere
L'enfant et les sortilèges (Ravel)
Bute Park Opera, RWCMD
2013
1st Woodsprite
Rusalka (scenes) (Dvořák)
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
2013
1st Lady
Die Zauberflöte (Mozart)
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
2013
Frasquita
Carmen (Bizet)
Brent park opera
2010
Flora
La traviata (Verdi)
Brent Park Opera
2010

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MA Music Performance (vocal)
The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
2012–2014

Hollie-Anne is a promising Soprano, currently working with Eiddwen Harrhy and previously Wendy Eathorne. She holds a Masters in Music (Vocal) Performance from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, awarded a scholarship to attend. Prior to this she studied in London and was awarded First class honours for a Bachelor of Music. Previously, Hollie spent time living in Italy to learn the language.

Recently, Hollie has performed the role of Cathleen in R.Vaughan Williams Riders to the Sea with Bute Park Opera. She also featured as the concert soloist in Bernstein's Chichester Psalms with the BBC National Chorus of Wales at Hoddinott Hall, Wales Millennium Centre, and broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

Other operatic roles include; La Bergere in L'enfant et les sortileges (Bute Park Opera), Frasquita in Carmen (Brent Opera) Flora in La Traviata (Brent Opera) and Geraldine in A Hand of Bridge (Roehampton Opera). In scenes, Hollie has performed roles such as, Suzanna in Le Nozze de Figaro, 1st Lady in Die Zauberflote, 1st Sprite in Rusalka.

Notable Concert performances include; Featured Soloist in V. Tormis's 'Songs about Song and the Singer' and Eric Whitacre's 'Cloudburst' with The BBC Symphony Chorus at BBC Maida Vale Studios, and broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Also, Hollie has performed as the Soprano soloist in Faure's Requiem (Lymington Choral Society) and in Pergolesi's Stabat Mater (Music in Mayfair, Hanover square). She regularly performs in concert as one half of the vocal duo Cantorion Cariad, at events and functions across South Wales.

A keen recitalist; she has recently performed in the Dora Stoutzker Hall-RWCMD, Penarth Pavillion, St George’s-Hanover Square, Garrick's Temple-Hampton Court and York House-Twickenham. Future recitals include evening of Opera at St German’s Church, Cardiff. In London, Hollie has sung with The Lovekyn Baroque Consort, Loki Music and for The Richmond Early Music Festival.

Her choral career spans 7 years. She was recently successful in gaining a Choral Bursary to sing with the BBC National Chorus of Wales. Singing with the BBC Symphony Chorus conducted by Stephen Jackson and acclaimed conductors like Pierre Boulez and Sir Andrew Davis, Hollie had the opportunity to sing in 7 BBC prom seasons, commissions of new choral works and feature on various recordings and televised performances.

Hollie has a strong interest in Outreach Music Performance. She regularly sings in Care Homes and hospitals, having recently given a recital to raise money for Southmead Hospital Charity. Hollie has been a regular soloist of The Bold Balladiers Touring charity and Love for Life Musical services for several years, giving performances in care homes, schools and local communities, UK wide.

Hollie-Anne has also performed in Musical Theatre. Most notably she has played the role of Nancy in Oliver, whilst training. Some shows include; A Christmas Carol (Playing Martha Cratchit), and The Wizard of Oz (Chorus), and in concert she has sung roles such as, Eponine (Les Miserables), Bess (Porgy and Bess), and Maria (West Side Story). Hollie trained for many years in Ballet and Contemporary Dance.

She is grateful to the support of The Incorportated Society of Musicians, Help Musicians and The Royal Society of Musicians.


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