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Mezzo soprano Lucilla is originally from Scotland, and completed her MMus in Vocal Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music. She is currently taking lessons from Neil Baker.
On the operatic stage, Lucilla has performed in the chorus of Longborough Festival Opera's 2016 production of Tannhauser, under the baton of Anthony Negus. Previously she has worked at Grange Park Opera in productions of La Traviata, Don Quichotte, La Boheme and Samson et Dalila. Principal operatic roles to date include Orpheus (Orpheus ed Eurydice) at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Mercedes (Carmen) with Barefoot Opera, and Amastre (Xerxes) at the Royal Northern College of Music. In Spring 2016 Lucilla took part in the Merry Opera Company’s celebrated staged Messiah, which was toured throughout London and Kent.
Lucilla enjoys working on contemporary opera, and has been involved in several operatic premiers. Most recently she played the role of Stella in ‘Io Transfigured’, by Daniel Chappell. This piece was developed in a workshop series guided by Kasper Holten and Stephen Barlow as part of the Helios Collective’s ‘Formations’ project in 2016. She also played the role of Zoe in "Zoe Trope" by Michael Betteridge (developed in partnership with Music Theatre Wales), which was performed at the Cockpit Theatre, London, as part of the Rough for Opera initiative.
On the concert platform, Lucilla was thrilled to be invited to perform the Scottish premier of Lotti ‘Missa vide Domine laborem meum’ at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. .Other concert repertoire to date includes such works as Messiah (Handel), Requiem (Mozart), Mass in C (Mozart), Stabat Mater (Dvorak & Haydn), Mass in D (Dvorak), Dream of Gerontius (Elgar), and several Bach cantatas. Lucilla has taken part in masterclasses with Dame Felicity Palmer, Ann Murray DBE, and Malcolm Martineau.
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