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Charlotte Mobbs

“Young voices to watch out for, such as Charlotte Mobbs”

The Times

Charlotte read Music at the Welsh College of Music and Drama and continued her post-graduate vocal studies at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. She now enjoys a career as a soloist and ensemble singer performing with many of the UK’s finest conductors all over the world.

Recent solo engagements include performances of Bach B Minor Mass (Harry Christophers), St Matthew Passion at Cadogan Hall, Magnificat and various cantatas at the Royal Festival Hall (Sir John Eliot Gardiner); Handel Messiah at the Bridgewater Hall and Royal Festival Hall (David Hill); Handel Dixit Dominus in Hong Kong, New Zealand and at the Sydney Opera House; MacMillan Seven Last Words from the Cross at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw (James MacMillan); Stravinsky Mass (Paul McCreesh), Vivaldi Gloria and Scarlatti Stabat Mater (Harry Christophers), Handel Dixit Dominus and Vivaldi Gloria as part of the Lufthansa Festival (James O’Donnell). Charlotte performed the UK premiere of the chamber version of Howard Goodall’s Eternal Light conducted by Stephen Darlington and has gone on to perform the work many times at the composer’s request.

Charlotte can be seen performing on television in Howard Goodall’s “Great Dates” and “How Music Works”, Charles Hazlewood’s “Birth of British Music” and BBC4’s “Sacred Music”. She also appeared in a new series for S4C “Sopranos” which was shown early in 2010 and recently released as a CD ‘Soprano World’. Charlotte has recently recorded Monteverdi’s duet Pur ti miro to be shown on Howard Goodall’s “The Story of Music”.

Recordings include the role of Mermaid in Weber’s Oberon on Decca, Purcell’s O Dive Custos on Coro and as soloist in Howells’ Requiem on the Gabrieli choir’s CD ‘A Song of Farewell’, as well as numerous consort recordings.

Future engagements include performances of Handel Messiah, Bach B Minor Mass, Howells Requiem and ‘How Like an Angel’ with I Fagiolini.

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