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Lianne Birkett

Voice Type:

Soprano

Nationality:

British

Country:

United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):

English

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The Eva Turner Fund Award (2011)

Competitions

Finalist the Frederic Cox Award (2012)

Winner Joyce and Michael Kennedy Award for the Singing of Strauss (2012)

2nd Prize The Mario Lanza Opera Prize (2010)

Distinction - Masters in Solo Performance
Royal Northern College of Music
2011–2013
First Class - Bachelor of Music with Honours
Birmingham Conservatoire
2006–2010

Lianne Birkett, born in Southampton, has achieved a Distinction in her Masters of Solo Performance at the RNCM and a First Class Bmus Hons from Birmingham Conservatoire. She is currently studying with tenor Arwell Treharne-Morgan. Lianne has been a successful recipient of the Dame Eva Turner Fund Award, a Finalist in the Frederic Cox Award, the winner of the Joyce and Michael Kennedy Award for the Singing of Strauss and was awarded second place in the Mario Lanza Opera Prize. Her operatic experience includes Lucy The Telephone by Menotti (Irrational Theatre) Tiny (cover) Paul Bunyan (BYO) Female Chorus (scene) Rape of Lucretia (RNCM), Arabella (scene) Arabella (RNCM), Sylvianne in The Merry Widow (Opera Project), Mrs Coaxer The Beggar’s Opera (Opera Project), Cousin Madame Butterfly (Opera Project), Musetta (scene) La Boheme (Birmingham Conservatoire), Mimi (scene) La Boheme (Birmingham Conservatoire) and Third Lady Die Zauberflute (Birmingham Conservatoire). Her concert experience includes soprano soloist in Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, Medelssohn’s Elijah and Verdi’s Requiem.

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