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Julia Doyle

Julia Doyle

Julia Doyle, Soprano, was born in the north of England, and gained a choral scholarship to Cambridge University before pursuing a career in singing. Recently described in The Guardian (UK) as “radiant, intelligent, and wholly engaging,” and in Gramophone as “spine tingling,” Ms. Doyle, now enjoys a career as a soloist and ensemble singer both in the UK and across Europe.

She specializes in the Renaissance and Baroque periods and recent highlights include working with many of Europe’s most distinguished conductors and ensembles: recording of Lutoslawki’s Dwadziesci Koled; Mendelssohn’s Elijah (Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Jeffrey Skidmore); Purcell’s The Fairy Queen at Salzburg Mozarteum (Camerata Salzburg/Sir Roger Norrigton); Handel’s Messiah at St. John’s Smith Square (Polyphony/Layton); Messiah at Cadogan Hall (the King’s Consort/Halls); Monteverdi’s Orfeo (La Musica) on BBC Radio 3 ‘Discovering Music’ from York Early Music Festival; Rameau’s Les Boreades & Dardanus (Excerpts) at the BBC Proms, Castor et Pollux (une suivante d’Hébé) at the Salle Pleyel, Paris and Couperin’s Quatre Versets d’un Motetat the Salle de Concerts (English Baroque Soloists/Sir John Eliot Gardiner); Monteverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine at Westminster Cathedral (New London Consort/ Martin Baker); J.S. Bach’s Magnificat at Verona Cathedral, Teatro Olympico Rome & Cadogan Hall, London; Advent Cantatas at The Sage, Gateshead, Braunschweig Cathedral and Amsterdam Concertgebouw, and Cantatas BWV 19, 130, 149 & 198 at the Thomaskirche, Leipzig, St. Elizabeth Church, Wroclaw, and Pisa Duomo (English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner).

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