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Winifred Agnes Disney Award - Royal Academy of Music (2016)
City of Sheffield Teachers' Choir Silver Salver for Most Outstanding Performance - DCFS (2015)
Constance Shacklock Memorial Rose Bowl for Most Outstanding Operatic Performance - DCFS (2015)
Songs from the Shows Prize - David Clover Festival of Singing (2015)
The Elizabeth Watts Lied Prize - David Clover Festival of Singing (2015)
The ISM Sheffield Opera Prize - David Clover Festival of Singing (2015)
E.A. Redman Prize for the Interpretation of Schubert Lieder - RWCMD (2013)
"Frances is a consummate professional with a stunning voice. I don't hesitate to recommend her time and time again as the quality of her musicianship, and her dedicated attitude set her apart from her peers. Her voice is beautiful, mellifluous and clear. I can always rely on Frances as she is not just incredibly talented but reliable, hard working and meticulous in her preparation" Rebecca Holdeman - Conductor, Bristol Cabot Choir
Mezzo-Soprano Frances Gregory is a Joseph Karaviotis Scholar at the Royal Academy of Music, where she is studying with Elizabeth Ritchie and Iain Ledingham as a member of Royal Academy Opera, the Academy’s renowned Opera School. Prior to joining RAO, she received her Masters with Distinction from the Academy, as well as the prestigious DipRAM, for an outstanding final recital.
Her upcoming and recent operatic performances comprise Minskwoman (Flight) for Royal Academy Opera’s 2018 Spring production, Hansel (Hansel and Gretel) directed by Sarah Walker CBE, Idamante (Idomeneo) for the 2018 Amersham Festival of Music, Egeo (Teseo) for the London Handel Festival, Chorus (The Rake’s Progress, Don Giovanni) for the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Vénus (Orphée aux enfers) for Royal Academy Opera, Dorabella (Così fan tutte) for Opera Loki, and Chorus for the 2016 Glyndebourne Festival production of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.
Frances made her Cadogan Hall debut singing the Mezzo-Soprano in Haydn’s Heiligmesse alongside the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and City of London Choir last October, and was a semi-finalist in the 2017 National Mozart Singing Competition.
She is generously supported by Joseph Karaviotis, Howard de Walden Estates, the Winship Foundation, and the Josephine Baker Trust.
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