Phoebe is delighted to be a 2014/15 grant recipient of the International Opera Awards Foundation.
She is incredibly grateful for the continued support of the John Wates Charitable Trust, Talent Unlimited, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and the Nicholas Boas Trust. She thanks her generous dress sponsors at Anna Valentine and Catherine Walker, and make-up sponsors at Shiseido.
British-American Mezzo Soprano Phoebe Haines has studied at the Royal College of Music, and the University of Cambridge where she obtained a Double First Class Degree. Phoebe is currently continuing her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the tuition of John Llewelyn Evans. She is also a 2014/15 Opera Works Trainee at the English National Opera.
In 2014, Phoebe became a Britten-Pears Young Artist, partaking in the Aldeburgh English Song Project. Also in 2014 she was named a Concordia Foundation Artist, an Iford Arts Young Artist, and a Salzburg Festival Young Artist.
This summer, Phoebe made her debut at the Salzburger Festspiele as Zweite adelige Waise in Der Rosenkavalier conducted by Franz Welser-Möst, and as Tisbe in La Cenerentola für Kinder, a co-production with Teatro Alla Scala. She participated in many concerts during her time at the Festival, including a concert of arias with the Camerata Salzburg under Theodor Guschlbauer, and sang in master classes with Thomas Hampson and Helmut Deutsch. Her engagements with the Festival also took her to Castell Son Claret, Mallorca, where she sang in their annual gala concert, ‘Opera Under the Stars’.
Also a talented recitalist, Phoebe has given recent performances at 22 Mansfield Street, the Pushkin House, Castell Son Claret, Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, Villa Kyrélos, Giardini La Mortella, Villa Del Balbianello, Belvoir Castle, Bloomsbury Ballrooms, the Handel House Museum, Christ Church Spitalfields, The Savoy Chapel, Asia House, the British Embassies in Rome and Budapest, and the Lebanese Embassy in London. She performed Schumann's Frauenliebe und -leben at St. James' Piccadilly in October 2014 for the Concordia Foundation, along with her own translation of Shostakovich’s Spanish Songs. She was also heard as the Mezzo Soloist at Clonter Opera in November 2014 for the annual Clonter Opera Gala.
Phoebe opened the International Opera Awards on April 7th 2014 and will perform at many other events throughout 2015 under this auspice.
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