Judith’s time at the Studio is generously supported by the Carne Trust
Mezzo-soprano Judith Le Breuilly was born in Birmingham and graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2018 with a First. She has recently completed her studies for a Master of Performance at the Royal College of Music as a Helen Marjorie Tonks Scholar, studying with Dinah Harris and Simon Lepper, and supported by the Josephine Baker Trust. During her time at the RCS, she was awarded first place in the Governors’ Recital Prize and the Jean Highgate Scholarship for Singers and was a finalist in the Lies Askonas Competition at RCM.
Her operatic roles include Zweite Dame Die Zauberflöte (Hurn Court Opera), Ernesto Il mondo della luna, The Grand Duchess (Cover) A Dinner Engagement (RCMIOS), Various roles in Scoring a Century, Mother Goose (Cover) (BYO). Judith has also sung the roles of Popova The Bear, Florence Pike Albert Herring, Lady Angela Patience (RCM) and Idamante Idomeneo (RCS) in scenes.
On the concert platform, Judith has been a soloist for the Royal College of Music, the Glasgow Cathedral Choral Society, The Redditch Orchestra and the West Midlands Light Orchestra.
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19 May 2021, 4pm
Following their week-long residency with Opera North in Leeds, the Young Artists of the National Opera Studio perform Illuminating Darkness, an opera scenes production devised and directed by Olivia Fuchs. Livestreamed from the Studio's Blackburn Hall.
11 November 2020
2020/21 Young Artists Judith Le Breuilly (Mezzo-soprano) and Maria Tataru (Piano) perform 'Träume' (Dreams), part of the song cycle Wesendonck Lieder (WWV 91).
11 November 2020
2020/21 Young ArtistsJudith Le Breuilly (Mezzo-soprano) and Aeron Preston (Piano) perform Rebecca Clarke's 'The Seal Man.'