Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert
Et Exultavit- Bach Magnificat
Louisa Alice-Rose - Vocal Reel 2017
There Are Worse Things I Could Do - Grease
What Good Would The Moon Be - Street Scene, Kurt Weill
Classic BRIT Awards - Nominated for The Sound Of Classical Poll (2018)
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)
24 year old Louisa Alice-Rose has been performing as a professional singer and actress since her West End debut in Les Miserables at the age of 8 in 2002.
At the age of 9, Louisa played the role of Tilly in the World Première Concert Performance of Howard Blake's 'The Bear' as part of the 25th Anniversary Celebrations for 'The Snowman'.
Louisa has performed in a number of Raymond Gubbay opera's at The Royal Albert Hall. Including Carmen, Tosca and La Boheme.
As a soloist, Louisa has performed recitals at Hampton Court Palace, Bournemouth International Centre and Windsor Castle.
Louisa has also performed as a soloist with London Cantamusica at 10 Downing Street, The Actors' Church Covent Garden, The Dorchester Hotel, The Victoria and Albert Museum.
Louisa's Awards include a nomination in May 2018 for a CLASSIC BRIT Award (Sound of Classical Poll).
Louisa was the runner-up and top Classical Vocalist in the U.K. final of ‘The Next Brit Thing’ at the O2 in London.
Louisa was also runner-up in the Rotary Club Young Musician Of The Year in 2012.
Louisa achieved a First Class Honours Degree from the Royal Northern College Of Music in 2016. Whilst studying at the Royal Northern College Of Music, Louisa was awarded the Freckleton Prize & Doherty Cup for Singing.
Operatic roles include:
2019 - Berta, The Barber Of Seville, Rossini - Surrey Opera
2018 - Cover Paquette/Chorus, Candide , Bernstein - Surrey Opera
2016 - Mignon, Mignon, Thomas - RNCM Opera Scenes
2015 - Emma Jones, Street Scene, Kurt Weill - RNCM Opera
2014 - Jou-Jou, The Merry Widow, Lehar - RNCM Opera
2013 - Sara, Tobias And The Angel, Jonathan Dove - Rufus Frowde
2016 - Semi-chorus, Mass in D Major (Dvorak)
RNCM Symphony Chorus
2015 - Soprano Soloist, Come Ye Sons Of Art (Purcell)
Hardynage Choir, Rufus Frowde
2015 - Soprano Soloist, Creation (Haydn)
RNCM, David Gibson
2014 - Chorus, Symphony No.7 (Penderecki)
The Bridgewater Hall, UK Premiere
2013 - Chorus, Symphony No.9 (Beethoven)
The Bridgewater Hall, RNCM
2009 - Soprano Soloist, Requiem (Faure)
Tring Choral Society, Colin Stevens
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