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Elinor Rose Popham

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About Elinor

Elinor, a prize-winning Soprano, studies at The RAM, performing classics from Opera and Music Theatre, while moonlighting as a Jazz Singer!
Singer (soprano)

London-based Soprano, Elinor Rose Popham, is a highly versatile young singer, currently studying at The Royal Academy of Music, generously supported by the John Clemence Trust. While pursuing a career in opera, she also has a great deal of experience in other genres and loves to perform Show Tunes and Jazz Standards, alongside beautiful opera classics, embracing different styles and characters with real energy. Elinor has recently been awarded several exciting prizes for her singing, including the Opera Unmasked Aria Prize, and the North London and John Miller Young Recitalist Prizes, as well as Runner up of the inaugural Isobel Buchanan Award. She was also selected as one of 20 semi-finalists for the National Mozart Competition in April last year, and later received her first official review from the Stage, who described her singing at Grimebourne Festival as: ‘especially poignant and vocally sophisticated.’ Elinor is keen to work with you to provide a perfect selection of repertoire, to bring a timeless and elegant atmosphere to weddings and receptions, or a even vibrant and engaging night at the opera for a special event. She is also very quick to learn new repertoire to ensure that the music for the occasion is tailored to you and your ideas, especially for funerals and memorials. Elinor is also a very experienced Jazz singer, often performing as part of the Duo, Ruby and Gold with talented pianist and composer, Alex Hall (Guildhall/RAM).

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I can perform with backing tracks
I can perform while walking around a venue
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Classical, Christmas, Contemporary Christian, Military, Traditional church music, Baroque, Classical crossover, Contemporary classical, Early music, Fanfare, Film / TV music, Medieval music, Musical theatre, Opera, Renaissance, Folk, 1920s era music, 1930s era music, 1940s era music, 1950s era music, 1960s era music, 1970s era music, 1980s era music, 1990s era music, Jazz, Blues, Cabaret, Modern jazz, Swing, Postmodern jukebox jazz, Jazz fusion, Pop, Covers, Soul, Top 40, Tribute, Vintage, Karaoke, Ambient pop, Acoustic, Pop rock
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Event types:
Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Other skills:
Actor, Musical comedy, Singing teaching
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Song list

Operatic / Song Repertoire
- Barber: Sure on this shining night
- Bellini: Ma rendi pur contendo
- Bizet: Habanera
- Catalani: Ebben? Ne andro lontana
- Charpentier: Depuis le jour
- Gonoud: Ah! Je Ris de me voir
- Gonoud: Je veux vivre
- Handel: Lascia ch’io pianga
- Handel: Piangerò la sorte mia
- Korngold: Marietta’s Lied
- Lehár: Villjia Lied
- Moore: Willow song
- Mozart: Porgi amor
- Mozart: Dove sono
- Puccini: O mio babbino caro
- Puccini: Si, mi chimano Mimi
- Puccini: Donde lieta uscì
- Puccini: Quando m’en vo
- Puccini: Canzona Di Doretta
- Verdi: Caro nome
Music Theatre
- Bernstein: I feel pretty
- Bernstein: Somewhere
- Bernstein: Glitter and Be Gay
- Gershwin: They can’t take that away from me
- Gershwin: Summertime
- Holmes: Moonfall
- Kern: Can’t help lovin’ That man
- Loewe: I could have danced all night
- Lloyd Webber: Don’t cry for me Argentina
- Lloyd Webber: Memory
- Rodgers: If I loved you
- Sondheim: I shall marry the Miller’s son
- Sondheim: Send in the clowns
- Sondheim: Losing my mind
- Sondheim: Green finch and linnet bird
- Tesori: Girl in 14G
- Weil: My ship
- Weill: What good would the moon be
- Weill: Mack the knife
- Wilkinson: I dreamed a dream
Jazz / Pop Classics
- The way you look tonight
- Feeling Good
- My baby just cares for me
- Misty
- Autumn leaves
- Body and Soul
- Fly Me to the Moon
- My funny valentine
- At last
- Handel, Messiah; Soprano Soloist & Chorus, Sop
- Orf, Carmine Burana: Chorus, Sop
- Tippett, Child of Our Time: Soprano soloist & Chorus, Sop
- Walton, Belshazzar’s Feast: Chorus, Sop


Note: prices may vary based on travel distance. For an exact quote, click “Check availability”.

Standard Prices
Performance durationPrice
Short performance (up to 15 min)£50
Up to 1 hour£150
Up to 2 hours£250
Up to 3 hours£350


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Francis H, 4 years ago

We were very lucky indeed to secure Ellie to sing at our charity event. The moment she started to sing she had the audience’s rapt attention. Her repertoire was a mix of classical arias and jazz standards and her delivery of such a wide range of material was spellbinding. She has a truly amazing voice and a personality to match. I have already rebooked her.

Roderick A, 3 years ago

Meanwhile Ellie Popham showed a nice, wry wit that helped enliven an already bizarrely funny Act I ... and when it came to her set piece as the ‘Hungarian countess’ who discredits errant husband Eisenstein at the palace ball, she really turned it on. The tone of her sound in Strauss’ parody of a csárdás gained a spectacular warmth, that beamed out amid the almost surreal spotlighting (James Fitzpatrick) which picked her out so movingly as she held the ball guests spellbound. Popham, always abetted by conductor McGrath, also lent character to the set piece ensembles – her lulling Act 1 duet with Alfred, for instance, and the extended Act 3 trio with Eisenstein and Alfred; plus between those, the combative duet with Eisenstein at the ball

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