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Grace Lovelass

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Operatic mezzo-soprano, entertainer, presenter & radio host
Singer (mezzo soprano)
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Grace Lovelass is an operatic mezzo-soprano whose roles include Adalgisa (Norma), Nancy (Martha), Marthe Schwerdtlein (Faust) and Tisbe (La Cenerentola). After a season with Opéra de Baugé in France where she was awarded the Gil-Rodriguez scholarship, Grace has been creating her one-woman show Disgraceful! (due spring/summer 2023) with support from the Sanctuary scheme at Lighthouse – Poole’s Centre for the Arts. As a concert soloist, Grace premiered the role of Mary Magdalene in a new Passion setting under the baton of David Ogden and the City of Bristol Choir. During lockdown, she joined the cast for the Virtual Opera Project and London Philharmonic Orchestra‘s award-winning production of L’Enfant et les Sortilèges. Grace has performed under the direction of Pamela Howard OBE in a celebration of Bernstein in Chichester and singspiel scenario The Ballad of the Cosmo Café. She has appeared with Brighton Theatre in fringe productions Exit the Queen and Cocky & the Tardigrades. Grace studied opera at the Associated Studios and has a degree in Classics from King’s College London. She is an illustrator, dancer, yogi and triathlete, completing her first Ironman in France in 2021. Grace’s radio show Grace Notes broadcasts on Purbeck Coast FM and is available on Spotify. She also documents her Ironman adventures in Trioomph – the podcast and is frequently booked as a public speaker, talking about her life as a singer and athlete.

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Song list

Habanera (Carmen)
Voi che sapete (Marriage of Figaro)
Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix (Samson & Delilah)
Lascia ch’io pianga
Where’er you walk
Ich lade gern
Al suon del tamburo
Non più mesta
Se Romeo t’uccise un figlio
Charlotte’s letter aria
Minskwoman’s aria
Cry me a river
Defying gravity
I dreamed a dream
Que sera sera
Lullaby of Broadway
With one look
Send in the clowns
I can cook too
All that jazz
Santa Baby
White cliffs of Dover
Poisoning pigeons in the park
Lime jelly marshmallow cottage cheese surprise


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Short performance (up to 15 min)£200
Up to 1 hour£300
Up to 2 hours£350
Up to 3 hours£500
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Michael W
5 months ago, for a Theatre / Show in West Sussex
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5 out of 5

We really enjoyed working with Grace in Heber Opera’s performance of ‘Martha’ by Flotow. Her lovely voice and spirited characterisation of ‘Nancy’ were just what we were aiming for, and the overall ensemble with the other soloists worked really well.

Faynia W
10 months ago, for a Theatre / Show in Brighton
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5 out of 5

We first heard Grace singing at a friend’s landmark birthday event and as a result cast her in the lead in our 2021 Brighton Festival show Exit The Queen. As well as performing, she was required to sing a range of known arias, from Verdi’s Lady Macbeth to Purcell’s Dido’s Lament. At the 2022 Brighton Festival, she again played a leading roll in Cocky and the Tardigrades, this time singing contemporary music both solo and in a comedy double act. On both occasions she was hugely entertaining, thoroughly professional, and a great company member. We recommend her highly.