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Caroline MacPhie

Caroline MacPhie, described as a singer with ‘flair, style and imagination’ (The Daily Telegraph), completed her studies on the Opera Course at the Royal Academy of Music, following which she was selected by the Young Classical Artists Trust. On the operatic stage she has performed repertoire from Monteverdi to Max Richter for the Royal Opera House, Opera North, Scottish Opera, Bristol Old Vic, Opéra National de Lyon, Banff Centre, Canada and many more. A committed recitalist, she made her Wigmore Hall debut with Joseph Middleton in 2011 and has also performed at Purcell Room, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and Ravinia Festival, Chicago as a Steans Institute Young Artist. Her broadcasts include Fauré’s La bonne chanson live from the Cheltenham Festival for BBC Radio 3 as well as transmissions for France Musique and France 3 with Opéra de Lyon. On the concert and oratorio platform she has collaborated with European Union Chamber Orchestra, Hallé, Hanover Band, Northern Sinfonia, Philharmonia, Southbank Sinfonia and Stockholm Sinfonietta at venues including Basilica di San Pietro, Perugia, Bridgewater Hall, Royal Festival Hall and Stockholm Concert Hall. Having initially read French and German at Bristol University, Caroline went on to pursue postgraduate studies at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. A finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier Awards, her competition successes include First Prize in the Emmy Destinn Awards, Prague, Miriam Licette Scholarship (MBF), Dame Eva Turner Award and Blyth-Buesst Operatic Prize (RAM), Schubert Prize and Claire Croiza Prize for French Song (RNCM). She is also a Britten-Pears Young Artist, Kirckman Society Artist, Samling Scholar and Wingate Scholar.