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Beth is in her first Year Postgraduate study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, taught under Iain Paton. Before this, Beth attained her Bachelor's degree in singing from the rcs with first class honours in July 2016. was the youngest graduate in the UK to be awarded a Diploma in Music from the Open University, aged 18.
Beth has been involved in a variety of stage, choral and community music settings. Despite her young age, she has been described by many as having “extremely mature, velvet colours” and is well known by professionals and peers for her approachable nature, reliability and conscientious and professional approach to any task at hand.
Currently, Beth is involved in a number of musical projects. Her most recent achievement is her acceptance as an alto scholar on the Genesis Sixteen programme, under the tutelage of Harry Christophers CBE, Eamonn Dougan and members of “the Sixteen”, alongside 20 other young singers. Over the course of the next year, Beth will be working alongside the very best of the Baroque ensemble scene, including the Sixteen, Dunedin Consort, RWCMD Ensemble and the Academy of St Martin-in the Fields.
Beth has also recently been appointed Glasgow's U26 Ambassador Representative for Scottish Opera, where her combined passion for opera and organising events will help promote more young goers to attend and appreciate operas throughout Scotland. She also currently works at Hazelwood School in Bellahouston, Glasgow, who cater for children aged 2-19 with sensory impairments and ASN. Here she mentors young singers in several music groups and teaches them the basic principles of singing, projection and vocal health as well as incorporating more classical styles to their repertoire in a fun, informal setting and is a vocal tutor with the paragon ensemble.
As a keen and passionate performer, Beth has collaborated with many groups and is highly regarded as a Mezzo soloist by several choirs including the Bearsden choir, Les Sirenes (BBC Choir of the Year 2012 winner) and Troon Chorus. She is also a sought after performer for many events including Glasgow Music Festival (where she currently holds the Gervase Elwes Memorial Trophy for best vocal performance). Beth was also extremely delighted to be Highly Commended in the Jean Highgate Scholarship Competition at the Conservatoire in May 2014, adjudicated by Jamie MacDougall. This year she will be participating in masterclasses with Patricia McMahon, Sarah Connolly, Sir Thomas Allen Malcolm Martineau, Susan Graham, Charlotte Mobbs and Tim Jones of The Sixteen.
Beth won the prestigious Governor's recital prize for singing at the rcs in April 2016.
She is keen to teach privately in classical singing for all voice types and is already very highly praised for ability as an informal but informative tutor!
A link to her personal website can be found below:
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Please feel free to contact her at anytime with any queries you may have
NB Beth's availability is flexible however occasionally due to other professional engagements, her availablility can change.
Hazelwood School, Glasgow: 2012-Present
Oakgrove Primary School, Glasgow
Paragon Ensemble, Glasgow: 2014-Present
Open to new learning ideas
Experience performer with first-hand knowledge and advice from current projects and engagements
Wide knowledge of repertoire and various music styles
Focused on what YOU want!
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