After leaving St Peter’s College, Lucy completed a performance Master’s at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Switzerland. She now works primarily as a soloist and small ensemble singer, travelling all over the world with organisations including the Fieri Consort, Alamire, Polyphony, and the Gabrieli Consort. She also enjoys opera performance, most recently playing First Witch in Purcell’s Dido and Aneas for the New London Consort at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, and she performs oratorio solos across the country, which last year included the soprano solos in Haydn’s Creation and Mozart’s Mass in C minor. Lucy also regularly participates in other projects, from running eduactional workshops, to recording backing tracks for Susan Boyle’s latest CD, to taking part in a series of interactive performances at Hampton Court Palace. Outside of singing, Lucy enjoys spending her time walking and hiking, and more recently bouldering along with several other London-based singers.
An open day for prospective Choral and Organ Scholars will be held tomorrow, April 22nd: https://www.music.ox.ac.uk/apply/undergraduate/open-days/