Zoë Brown soprano

Zoë BrownZoë studied Theology at Trinity College, Cambridge, where she was a Choral Scholar under Stephen Layton. After graduating in 2008, Zoë was awarded a place on the Monteverdi Choir Apprenticeship Scheme, and continues to perform regularly with the group.

Her recent performances as a soloist have included Bach Advent Cantatas at Cadogan Hall, London, and Handel Israel in Egypt, both under Sir John Eliot Gardiner. Further solo engagements include Mozart Requiem, Handel Messiah and Solomon, Bach Magnificat and St. Matthew Passion, Purcell King Arthur, Vivaldi Gloria and Magnificat, Fauré Requiem, and Beethoven Mass in C.

Much in demand, Zoë performs regularly with many of the country’s leading ensembles, including The Sixteen, Polyphony, Tenebrae, and the Gabrieli Consort, and also with Collegium Vocale Ghent.

On the opera stage, Zoë has performed in Bizet Carmen at L’Opera Comique in Paris, the Alhambra Palace and the Grand Theatre de Luxembourg, and in Weber Le Freyschuetz at L’Opera Comique. Zoë studies singing with Ashley Stafford.

 

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