Biography
 

Originally from South Cumbria, Amy is a current ENO Harewood Artist having recently completed her studies on the Guildhall School of Music and Drama’s prestigious opera course, studying with John Evans. 

Amy has spent the summer working with the Glyndebourne Festival, performing the role of A Woman in Poulenc's Les Mamelles de Tirésias, covering the role of Bradamante in Handel's Alcina and singing in the chorus for La Boheme, Don Pasquale, The Wreckers & Les Mamelles de Tirésias. She was thrilled to be the recipient of Glyndebourne's prestigious John Christie Award 2022. 

Amy continues to work with Glyndebourne throughout their autumn tour, performing as a soloist in the Mozart Requiem, covering the role of Cherubino in Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro and performing as a member of the chorus. She looks forward to covering Wellgunde in Wagner's The Rheingold and Brigitta in Korngold's The Dead City at ENO in 2023. 

 

Previous operatic performances at the Guildhall School include, Veronique in Le Docteur Miracle, Armelinde in Viardot's Cendrillon, Pompea in The Little Green Swallow and Lucretia in The Rape of Lucretia, Angelina in La Cenerentola, Idamante in Idomeneo, Carmen in Carmen, Leonora in La Favorita and Amore in L’incoronazione di Poppea in scenes.

 

She also performed the role of Hansel in British Youth Opera's production of Hansel & Gretel at Opera Holland Park, in collaboration with Silent Opera. Whilst completing her postgraduate study at the Royal Academy of Music Amy performed the role of Dritte Dame in Die Zauberflöte with Royal Academy Opera.

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Amy has performed on oratorio and concert platforms around the country. The varied repertoire includes Elgar’s The Music Makers, Handel’s Messiah, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Mozart’s Requiem, Durufle’s Requiem, Bach’s B minor mass and Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle. At the Royal Academy of Music she performed regularly as a member of the Song Circle and as a soloist within the “Bach the European” concert series with conductors John Butt & Masaaki Suzuki.

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Recent awards include the John Christie Award 2022, DipRAM for an outstanding final Master's recital at the Royal Academy of Music, highly commended in the Isabel Jay Memorial Prize in 2019 and very highly commended in the Royal Academy’s Bicentenary Award at the Wigmore Hall in February 2020. 

Prior to moving to London to pursue her operatic studies, Amy was a Head of Music in North Yorkshire and remains passionate about teaching and inspiring young musicians.