British soprano Molly Alexander is a freelance solo and ensemble singer. During her time at the University of Bristol she was awarded the Duigan Fund Performance Prize, and was a member of the inaugural year of The Sixteen’s apprenticeship programme, Genesis Sixteen. Molly has performed throughout the country as a soloist in roles across oratorio and Early Music, including Fauré Requiem; Vivaldi Gloria; Mozart Exultate Jubilate; Bach St John Passion; Bach BWV 146 ‘Wir müssen durch viel Trübsal’, and a recital of Handel, Bach and Fasch with Ars Eloquentiae for the 2013 Clifton International Festival. As part of an ongoing relationship with Spitalfields Music, Molly appeared as soloist in both their 2012 and 2013 Winter Festivals alongside members of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment for projects based around Purcell and Monteverdi. Molly also works with some of the UK’s leading vocal ensembles such as The Sixteen, Stile Antico, Tenebrae, Ex Cathedra, The New London Consort, Alamire, and The Eric Whitacre Singers. Molly recently made her Platinum Consort debut.
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