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'Sophie Timms as the seamstress brought a maturity of vocal sound and presence...' Andrew Toovey Composition Tutor, Birmingham Conservatoire British Music Society Review (2014)
Sophie Timms is a versatile performer whose repertoire ranges from Baroque sacred oratorio and German Lieder to musical theatre and contemporary vocal compositions. A Bachelor of Music graduate of King's College, University of London, Sophie currently studies with mezzo-soprano Louise Winter. She regularly performs at private engagements as well as giving solo recitals across London and has performed with a range of ensembles including St Martin's Voices, the Brandenburg Sinfonia, Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields and the Thomas Tallis Society.
Recent operatic roles have included 2nd Witch Dido and Aeneas, Seamstress The Happy Prince and opera scene work has included Cherubino Le Nozze di Figaro, Meg Falstaff and Messaggera L’Orfeo. Equally at home on the concert platform, Sophie has performed as the mezzo soprano soloist for Mozart Requiem, second soprano for Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 and mezzo soprano soloist for Handel Messiah. Having recently completed The Sixteen's prestigious Genesis Sixteen choral training programme in 2015-16, Sophie currently sings as a choral scholar at St Martin-in-the-Fields whilst regularly deputising at a number of London churches. Sophie has also recently accepted a place on the St Martin's Voices Fellowship scheme for 2017, which to date has included a concert tour to Minneapolis and Washington DC, as well as an evening concert of Bach motets.
Upcoming plans include a tour to Berlin with the St Martin’s Choral Scholars, a lunchtime recital at St Mark’s Hamilton Terrace and an evening concert in Birmingham with echo, a newly formed vocal ensemble co-founded by Sophie and fellow graduates of the Genesis Sixteen choral training programme.
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