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Lucy Anderson SOPRANO
Scottish soprano Lucy Anderson is currently studying for Master of Music at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the tutelage of Janice Chapman, having graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with a BMus(Hons) in Vocal Performance in 2013. Lucy is the recipient of scholarships from the Guildhall School, the Robertson Scholarship Trust, the Caird Trust and the Seary Charitable Trust.Lucy has been awarded the Mary D Adams Scholarship, the Norma Greig French Song Prize and has participated in masterclasses with Amanda Roocroft, Dame Felicity Palmer and Malcolm Martineau.
Principal roles include: Mrs Nolan, The Medium (Operaview, Grimeborn Festival 2014); First Lady, The Magic Flute (Opera Camerata); La Sorcière, Si l'enfant ne dort pas bien… (Dreamland Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013); Susanna, The Marriage of Figaro (RCS Opera Scenes) and Countess Almaviva, The Marriage of Figaro(Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012). Other operatic appearances include:Betrothal in a Monastery (Scottish Opera/RCS), The Cunning Little Vixen(Scottish Opera/RCS), War and Peace (Scottish Opera/RCS) and The Magic Flute (RCS). Lucy has also performed as a soloist with the Orchestra of Scottish Opera as part of the Children’s Classics Christmas concert series.
Lucy has been involved in ensemble singing from a young age, and currently sings with the Les Sirènes Female Chamber Choir, winners of the 2012 Choir of the Year competition. Lucy performed a solo in the choir's winning performance at the Royal Festival Hall, London, which was broadcast on BBC television and radio. Solo oratorio work includes Handel's Messiah with Berwick Arts Choir, the Poulenc Gloria and the Duruflé Requiem with the Edinburgh Bach Choir in 2015.