Dublin-born soprano Sarah Power was a Scottish Opera Emerging Artist 2013/14. A graduate of the DIT Conservatory, the RNCM, the Guildhall Opera Course and the National Opera Studio, London, she is also a multiple prizewinner. Awards include the London Bach Singers Prize, second prize in the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and a Sybil Tutton Award. Sarah was a finalist in the Handel Singing Competition, the Boulanger Competition in Paris and the Royal Overseas League Competition. She is a Yeoman of The Worshipful Company of Musicians and studies with Susan McCulloch.
Sarah recently covered the roles of Pamina in The Magic Flute and Michael in Peter Pan for Welsh National Opera. She made her debut for Scottish Opera in the title role of Rodelinda and appeared as a soloist for the company in their Opera Highlights tour and their productions of Anamchara and Madama Butterfly. She is a keen recitalist and has appeared at prestigious recital venues including the Wigmore Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields and Haus der Musik, Vienna.
Sarah is currently performing as one of the soloists in a new musical work that has been shortlisted for the Turner Prize. Future engagements with Scottish Opera include performances of The Magic Flute in Singapore and the role of Jane in the premiere of new opera The Cabinet of Dr Calagari. Other future engagements include Mendelssohn’s Elijah with the Waltham Singers, Handel’s Israel in Egypt with the Burford Singers and Handel’s Messiah with the Harrogate Choral Society and the Ripon Choral Society.
For more information about Sarah, visit her website.
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