BIOGRAPHY

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BIOGRAPHY

Natalie Davies was awarded the 2018 Basil A Turner Prize for her performance as Hermia in the European premiere of Jeremy Sams’ ‘The Enchanted Island’ with British Youth Opera. She was a scholar at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, studying under the guidance of John Evans. In 2022 she will join the Glyndebourne Festival Opera Chorus for their productions of 'La bohème' 'Le Nozze di Figaro, 'The Wreckers' and 'Don Pasquale'.

In 2019 she returned to British Youth Opera to play Tisbe in Rossini’s ‘La Cenerentola’. Other operatic work includes Gold Tressed Maiden in Maxwell-Davies’ ‘The Hogboon’ for the London Symphony Orchestra, Fag Hag in Salorian’s immersive opera ‘Boys of Paradise’ for the Tête à Tête Festival and Queen of the Fairies in 'Iolanthe' for Charles Court Opera.

 

Other performance highlights include Mozart’s Requiem at Snape Maltings, a performance of new song at Wigmore Hall, a live performance on BBC Radio 3 and the finals of the 2019 Isobel Buchanan Award. 

 

Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic Natalie was looking forward to performing Edith in 'Pirates of Penzance' and 'Angela' in Patience for the National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company, and Nancy in Albert Herring for St Pauls Opera.

In 2021 Natalie reprised the role of Queen of the Fairies with Charles Court Opera for their UK tour of 'Iolanthe', also recording the role. She then joined the chorus of English National Opera for their productions of 'Satyagraha' and HMS Pinafore.