London based lyric soprano
Trained at the Royal College of Music and Royal Academy of Music.
by Lillian Liu
Isabelle Atkinson, soprano, completed her undergraduate degree as a scholar at the Royal College of Music, and then earned a Distinction in her MA at the Royal Academy of Music where she also received a DipRAM for “an outstanding final recital”.
Isabelle has just finished working with Gothic Opera in their productions of Le Loup Garou and Le Dernier Sorcier, and spent the last summer season at The Grange Festival in Macbeth and Yeoman of the Guard – in which she covered the role of Kate. She has been working with the group ‘Tredici’ recording and performing Paul Carr’s new commission The Light of Love. She has also worked with Euphonia Opera, Grange Park Opera, Royal Academy Opera, Royal College of Music International Opera School, Strand Chamber Orchestra Opera, and Winterbourne Opera. Her performed roles include Pamina The Magic Flute, Almirena Rinaldo, Valencienne The Merry Widow, Zerlina Don Giovanni, Kate Yeoman of the Guard, Barbarina The Marriage of Figaro, and Belinda Dido and Aeneas.
Her solo work in oratorio includes Bach’s St Matthew Passion and Cantatas, Handel’s Messiah, Haydn’s Nelson Mass, Mozart’s C Minor Mass and Requiem, Schubert’s Mass in G, and Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music.