Amanda Baldwin

Solo Voice Moses und Aron 

Amanda Baldwin was born in East Sussex. She studied at the Royal College of Music with Margaret Cable, where awards included the Giulia Grisi prize and the Cobbert and Hurlestone Prize for the performance of contemporary music.  She has sung solos at the Royal Albert Hall and Purcell Room in London. She has broadcast for BBC Radio 3 and has appeared on television as Flora La traviata and Lolo The Merry Widow (WNO). She became a full time member of the WNO Chorus in 2002 and roles include Second Squire Parsifal, Dryad Ariadne auf Naxos, Mercédès Carmen, Feklusha Katya Kabanova, Flora, Lolo The Merry Widow, Third Bird in the world premiere of James MacMillan’s The Sacrifice, Second Lady The Magic Flute and Bridesmaid Lohengrin. Concert work includes Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Bach’s St Matthew and St John Passion (with Peter Schreier), Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s C Minor Mass and Requiem. Other performances include the Make an Aria project for WNO MAX in association with Music Theatre Wales, and The Tudors WNO Extra projects at various National Trust properties.