Lyric Soprano

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Staffordshire-born soprano, Charlotte Derry is noted for having a warm lyrical voice and an engaging performance persona. 

Charlotte studied at Trinity Laban and then completed her master's degree at RAM studying with Elizabeth Ritchie and Phil Doughan. She now studies privately with Ameral Gunson. During her time at the Academy Charlotte performed the roles of Atalanta in Serse by Handel, Lady Dunmow in A Dinner Engagement by Berkley, Constanza in Die Entführung aus dem Serail by Mozart and Alice Ford in Falstaff by Verdi. 

Her recent operatic performances include Gretel in Hansel and Gretel by Humperdinck with London Opera (2016) Vierte Magd/schleptragerin in Elektra by Strauss with London Opera Players (2014 & 2015), Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with Weimar Lyric Opera Studio (2013), Second Woman (cover) in Die Zauberflöte by Mozart for Ryedale Festival (2013), Mařenka in The Bartered Bride with London Youth Opera (2012), soprano soloist in the Coro di Ragazzi in Linda di Chamounix at the Royal Opera House, in the Main Auditorium, conducted by Sir Mark Elder (2009). 

Charlotte sings regularly as a soloist in oratorio performances. Her most recent concerts include, A Sea Symphony by Vaughan Williams with Whetherby Choral Society and Orchestra, Ein Deutsches Requiem by Brahms with Kingston Orpheus Choir and Missa Angelorum by Rütti at St Martin-in-the-Fields. 

Charlotte frequently gives solo recitals and concerts across London, recent venues include Charlton House, St Olave’s Church, Hart Street and the Royal Naval College Chapel in Greenwich.

Charlotte can be seen 10th November at St Katherine Cree Church in Rush Hour Recital.

Charlotte Derry Website