Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert
03 Pie Jesu
sorry her lot
The Chris Treglown runner up award (2017)
Woking young musicians trust (2015)
Best act 16-18, and audience favourite. door youth undiscovered talent (2011)
Sorelle - A Review Firstly, let me just say that I'm not an opera fan. I've been to a few, and I'm not really bothered either way: take them or leave them. So I went to listen to Sorelle perform not because I was especially looking forward to the singing, but because I wanted to support my friend Megan. (Sorry Megan, but there you are!) With that in mind, let me tell you how astonishingly good the trio are, and how much I thoroughly enjoyed the concert. Sorelle presented us with a variety of pieces that ranged from the classical to the more contemporary. The arrangements were skilfully crafted so that we heard their voices to best effect, and each of the sopranos also gave us a solo rendition, all equally mesmerising. The three women - Megan Strachan, Katie Blackwell, and Olivia Bell are extremely talented, and presented songs with imagination, flair, and an obvious joy for their art which was completely infectious. I would recommend seeing them to both opera enthusiasts and non-aficio (2019)
Patience told the story of her child hood love with sincerity. The singing from both principals and chorus was of a high standard. Megan Strachan gave a gentle interpretation of Patience Mills caught up in the romantic struggle between love and duty. (2014)
Megan is an operatic soprano recently graduated from Associated
Studios Advanced Opera programme, she has also trained with the
lyric opera studio in Weimar Germany and performed the role of
Papagena in their production of Die Zauberflöte. As an actor she has
trained and worked with the theatre charity organization Peer
Productions. Touring with them in educational plays and workshops
(including a surprisingly musical show on teenage pregnancy and
sexual health) to secondary schools across the southeast of England,
She has worked with opera anywhere for the last couple of years in
their Gilbert and Sullivan tours. This year she is delighted to be
covering the title role in their production of Puccini’s Suor Angelica with them.
Megan is also a founding member of the female operatic trio Sorelle
which will debut in 2019 celebrating the amazing women of opera and classical music.
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