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Lucy enjoys a varied career and has performed across the UK in venues such as The Royal Albert Hall and Barbican Centre, with orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and BBC Concert Orchestra. Performance highlights include the role of Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro) for the British Youth Opera, the world premiere of Edward Rushton’s Cicadas with members of the LSO, and Handel’s Messiah.
Lucy has been awarded the Southwell Choral Society Bursary, the Peggy Oldham Award and an Ian Fleming Charitable Trust Award. She has also won the Best Song Prize in the National Mozart Singing Competition, a Countess of Munster award, a Sybil Tutton award, and the highest prize at the Simon Fletcher Charitable Trust awards.
|Britten: The Turn of the Screw|
Released in celebration of the Britten anniversary year, Richard Farnes, the Music Director of Opera North, conducts an all-English cast in Britten’s most ingeniously crafted opera. The opera tells the story of a Governess and a housekeeper Mrs Gr ...» More
|Nielsen: Symphonies Nos 2 & 3|
Nielsen’s Symphony No 2 was inspired by a naïve but vivid painting representing the Four Temperaments of the human personality. Adopting these defining characters for each of the symphony’s movements Nielsen realised a sonic depiction of emoti ...» More
|Weber: Der Freischütz|
Weber's eerily fantastical 'Der Freischütz' is heralded as one of the cornerstones of Romantic opera, being the first in operatic history to draw on traditional German folk tunes and elements of Romanticism. The evocative and colourful orchestrati ...» More