Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert
Et Exultavit- Bach Magnificat
Hotel- Poulenc (Louisa Haggerty)
If I Loved You, Carousel
Louisa Alice-Rose - Vocal Reel 2017
Winner for The Art of Art Song: The International Great Composers Competition (2016)
The Freckleton Prize and Doherty Cup For Singing- RNCM (2014)
Chesham Arts Festival- The Opera Cup (2012)
National Rotary Club Young Musician of the Year- runner-up (2012)
Next Brit Thing- runner-up in Classical Section and top vocalist (2012)
"Excellent fluent quality and technical control. Excellent sense of style with imagination and flair. Excellent presentation and audience rapport." Stefan Janski, Head of Opera at RNCM (2015)
"If anything The Bear, receiving its world premiere as a narrated concert piece, was even more enjoyable. Its dramatic storyline and exciting music certainly kept the young audience totally enthralled and remarkably quiet for 30 minutes. They were also probably transfixed by little Louisa Haggerty, who sang the heroine Tilly with clarion-voiced aplomb and a delightful stage presence. Now she really is a star in the making." David Hart, Birmingham Post and Mail (2003)
Louisa is a 22 year old soprano and actress from Hertfordshire. She has just completed her undergraduate degree (Bachelor of Music with Honours) in vocal studies and opera at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. From September 2016, Louisa will be training with the Fourth Monkey Theatre Company in London.
Previous training includes two years on the musical theatre course at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, a number of short courses including ALRA's New Writing summer school (2016), National Youth Theatre's Acting for Screen course (2016), Glyndebourne Youth Opera (2012), Vocal Workout with Mary King (2011) and master-classes with Sir John Tomlinson, Anne Howells, Mary King, Lynne Dawson, Maureen Scott, Mary Hammond and Louise Winter.
Louisa has been performing from a young age; she began singing when she was 6 years old with vocal coach Liz Harley and soon secured a place at the Sylvia Young Theatre Saturday School in London. At the age of 8, Louisa made her West End début with the role of Young Eponine in Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre. Since then, Louisa has performed in a variety of productions and venues throughout the UK. Highlights include solos at Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, Bournemouth International Centre, Cardiff Millennium Centre and the Royal Albert Hall as well as playing the role of Tilly at the World Premiere of Howard Blake's The Bear at the Birmingham Symphony Hall and The Barbican Centre.
As a guest soloist, Louisa has performed alongside Chess Valley Male Voice Choir, WGC Male Voice Choir, Dacorum Community Choir, Hardynage Choir, Epiphany and the Ameretti Chamber Orchestra. Louisa was also a guest soloist for The Big Music Project UK tour, performing alongside Rhydian, having been awarded runner-up and top vocalist in The Next Brit Thing competition at the 02 Indigo (classical section).
Louisa's operatic debut was in La Boheme at the Royal Albert Hall aged 9. Since then Louisa has performed in Carmen and Tosca (also at the RAH) as well as the role of Sara in Jonathan Dove's Tobias and the Angel with Dacorum Community Choir. Roles at the RNCM include JouJou in Lehar's The Merry Widow, Emma Jones in Weill's Street Scene, Dorabella (Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte- excerpts) and Mignon (Thomas' Mignon- excerpts) as well as performing in the chorus for L'Elisir D'Amore (Donizetti).
Louisa was a member of the Capital Arts Children's Choir (Kathleen Shanks) and with them performed recitals at The 02 Arena, Chartres Cathedral, Disneyland Paris, the Royal Albert Hall, St Paul's Cathedral, Chequers (for Cherie Blair) and for the television programme 'Murder in Suburbia' (ITV).
Louisa's musical theatre highlights include Les Miserables in Concert: 25 Years at the 02 Arena, Young Eponine (Les Miserables, The Palace Theatre), Joseph (The New London Theatre, the West End), Cosette (Les Miserables) with Rare Productions and Brigitta (The Sound of Music) Green Room Productions.
As an actor, Louisa has performed a number of roles for student films and recently played the role of Olivia (Shakespeare's Twelfth Night) in excerpts for 'Neon Sonnets' at the John Rylands Library in Manchester as part of the Shakespeare 400 celebrations. Louisa will be performing at both the Edinburgh and Camden Fringe Festivals with the Fourth Monkey Theatre Company.
Please visit www.louisaalice-rose.com for all further information.
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