Ethereal soprano ~ Classical-crossover artist, with a strong traditional folk and classic musical theatre influence.
Jocasta trained at the London College of Music from 2008 until 2012, where she graduated with a 2:1 BMUS (Hons) degree in music performance (voice). From age 9, she has performed in a total of 11 choirs, including the Philharmonia Chorus, with whom she appeared at the Royal Albert Hall, and currently sings with an a cappella choir, Wall of Sound, who recently performed with classical-crossover trio, Blake, in concert. She has performed both nationally and internationally as a chorister and is now a rising soloist, specialising in traditional folk music, particularly Irish and English, and classical-crossover. Coached by the Sandra Scott Singing Studios in London, she has gained valuable experience in performing regularly across London in solo concerts, including performances for the Woodford and Wanstead Blind Association and the Rotary Club. She thrives on new challenges, relishes new experiences and with this, continues to grow as an artist. She has also performed with English Cabaret, appearing in a pop-up tour in celebration of the Magna Carta anniversary and has sung in concert productions of a new opera, The Observatory, based on the life of Anna Jump Cannon.
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