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Frith performing at Georges hall, in Bristol. Photo Credit: Bristol Evening Post

Audio recorded and engineered by James Mather EMAIL



As  a young soprano, I had plenty of exciting opportunities for performance, and I took part in opera, oratorio and concert singing. 

These days, I warm up at least 6 times a day but there’s often very little time to actually practise! But when I make time for it, I find that I am now more excited than terrified at the prospect of performance – this wasn’t always the case when I was a young performer - and I put that down to having confidence in my technique, and so being able to let the music be the focus, as it should be.



'Die Nachtigall' from Seven Early Songs by Alban Berg is from a recital at the Bristol Music Club in April 2016. The accompanist on this occasion is the brilliantly talented young pianist, Gus Tredwell. 


The excerpts below are taken from recitals I have done in the last 3 years, at St George’s, Brandon Hill and in Bristol Cathedral.  My accompanist in these is Kate Woodman, Head of Keyboard Studies at The Red Maids School and an accompanist with NYCGB.

Vocalise – Rachmaninov
Love’s Philosophy - Quilter
A Word on My Ear - Flanders and Swan
Les Berceaux – Faure
Recorded live and engineered by James Mather at St George’s, Brandon Hill in October 2012

Speak Low - Weill
Recorded live in St George’s, Brandon Hill in October 2014  on the in-house recording system

Extract from ‘How Beautiful are the feet' by Handel.
Recorded and engineered by James Mather in Bristol Cathedral, October 2014


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