Rosamund Walton – superb local lyric soprano
We can look forward to a voice “pure, and rich in tone..fill(ing)the church with its clarity with perfect intonation” in a concert of ravishing love song, English idyll and a song cycle about a hermit ranging from the pious to the humourous.
Rosamund Walton, soprano, trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she won the Norma Grieg French Song prize and a Barcaple Foundation Trust award. Her extensive concert platform experience has seen her perform as a soloist in some of the UK’s most prestigious venues working with orchestras such as The English Chamber Orchestra and the London Mozart Players. Her numerous operatic roles have spanned Purcell to Britten. She is currently Head of Vocal Studies at Norwich School.
Mary Howard studied at the University of Victoria in Canada, the Royal Academy of Music in London, with Dario de Rosa in Italy and with Bruce Vogt. Mary has a passion for chamber music, and has played with the Hoffmeister Ensemble, cellist Ursula Pank, the Dexterity Trio, Norfolk Winds, the Degani trio, and baritone Bob Arnett. She teaches piano in Wymondham and in Norwich.
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