22 may | christchurch, henley

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Eleanor Stevens

Berkshire born soprano, Eleanor Stevens, holds a Masters in Vocal Performance from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and a Bachelor of Music from the University of Hull.

Eleanor’s most notable performances to date include singing for HRH the Prince of Wales for his visit to Hull during his visit to Hull City of Culture, (February 2017). Singing the soprano solos for Mozart’s Great Mass in C Minor and Haydn’s Missa Sancti Nicoli with the Aylesbury Choral Society, (March 2019),  singing the role of Mable with the Lord Williams Festival Chorus for their performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance, (June 2019), helping to raise over £50,000 for MacMillan Cancer Support by appearing as the guest soloist for the Beverley Minster MacMillan Christmas Concert, (December 2015-2019). Eleanor also competed in the first round of the Kathleen Ferrier Award, (March 2019).


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