singer (Mezzo Soprano)

Alice Gold

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singer (Mezzo Soprano)
St. Andrews, Fife
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Alice Gold, 19, is an up-coming British operatic mezzo-soprano. She is based between St Andrews, Fife, and Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.

Alice Gold, 19, is an up-coming British operatic mezzo-soprano. She is based between Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, and St Andrews, Fife, where she studies English and Art History. She is currently under the tutelage of Margaret Aronson. Previous teachers include Dr. Vivien Pike. She has had a wide variety of masterclasses including: Catherine Wyn-Rogers; Susan McCulloch; Margaret Humphrey Clark; Linda Hutchison; John Graham-Hall; Robin Bowman; Jonathan May; Henry Herford; Simon Butteriss; Elaine Kidd, and Brian Bannatyne-Scott. Alice also holds the Struther Arnott choral scholarship with Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews, where she has worked extensively with Tom Duncan, and Walter Blair.  Alice is one of the most active performers at St Andrews. She has performed several roles: Lady Sophy, Utopia, Limited; Sorceress, Dido and Aeneas; Juno, Semele; Eliza, The Zoo; Ruth, Pirates of Penzance, and Katisha, The Mikado. She has also performed in Messiah, conducted by Jill Craig, and Fauré's Requiem & Buxtehude's Jesu, Meine Freude, conducted by Walter Blair. She is currently rehearsing the Forester's Wife for the Byre Opera's The Cunning Little Vixen, conducted by Michael Downes, and directed by PJ Harris, with movement direction by Liz Rankin.   With a great flair for entertaining, Alice is a joy to work with. She is a sensitive singer, who will easily find the perfect pieces for any event. Her fee is always negotiable. On stage, Alice is an asset to any cast as she is a determined and hard-working singer, with a "sublime" flair for acting. Her work ethic is admirable and her willingness to work with directors with ease and to take risk has already begun to make her an excellent reputation. Alice is also a highly experienced actress, with recent roles including Mouth, Not I; Dabby/Tench, Our Country's Good, and Miss Tessman, Hedda Gabler. When offstage, Alice enjoys cheeseboards, reading, and dancing like nobody is watching.

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