Scottish mezzo-soprano Judy Brown read music at the University of Edinburgh and received her Masters in Vocal Performance from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. In demand as a soloist and consort singer with a broad range and extensive repertoire, she has been described by Opera Magazine as singing with “steadiness, purity, dignity and command”. She works frequently with Academy of Ancient Music, Dunedin Consort, and City Bach Collective and has performed at the Proms, Aix-en-Provence Festival, London Handel Festival, St Magnus Festival in Orkney, Edinburgh International Festival and Tête-à- Tête opera festival. Other solo performances include Messiah in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh and in St Martin-in- the-Fields, Vivaldi's Gloria at St John's Smith Square for International Women's Day, Michael Nyman’s Paul Celan Songs for the Barbican’s Contemporary Music Festival and Mozart Vespers in the Southwell Music Festival. Recent roles include Äbtissin in Hans Gál's opera Das Lied der Nacht, and Mrs Noah in Noye's Fludde. Plans for 2018 include Peter Maxwell Davies’ The Birds with St Andrews Contemporary Music Ensemble in St Magnus Cathedral, Orkney, a lieder recital in the Queen's Hall, and Bach's B Minor Mass in Southwell Minster.
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