What a wonderful afternoon listening to these talented young people. Congratulations to Abigail Barker seen here centre. Thank you also for uplifting performances from Theo Stuart and Imogen Clemmow.
Abigail is a 22 year old Soprano from Nottingham who has completed her second year of Undergraduate studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She studies under the tutelage of Patricia Rozario OBE and Helen Yorke, Vocal Coach. Among her recent highlights are: participating in the Queen's Platinum Jubilee edition of BBC Songs of Praise with the Old Royal Naval College Chapel Choir, performing in the chorus for the Brahms Requiem at the Royal Festival Hall with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, taking part in the Junior Kathleen Ferrier Competition and singing as a finalist in the Lilian Ash French Song Competition at Trinity Laban.
Abigail is also a member of the Trinity Laban Chamber Choir and the student led opera company, Puzzle Piece, performing frequent concerts in churches around central London. Abigail is eager to continue working hard during her Undergraduate studies, with aspirations to further her studies on a Postgraduate course.
Here you can see our participants with the judges Rachel Parkes, Ed Turner and Peter Siepmann who had the difficult task of choosing a winner