Member of the Board and Company
Verity Bramson is a young British soprano currently completing her postgraduate studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance under the tutelage of Patricia Rozario OBE. She is Vice President of Music at Trinity Laban Students' Union.
Born in Malvern, Worcestershire, she graduated with an honours degree in Music from Cambridge University where she was also a choral scholar and regular soloist with the Choir of Sidney Sussex College. Prior to commencing her studies at Trinity Laban, Verity worked in marketing and events management, before joining the Vocal & Opera department at Intermusica Artists' Management.
Passionate about chamber and contemporary works, Verity has performed André Previn Four Songs for Soprano, ‘cello and piano and Shostakovich Seven Romances on poems by Alexander Blok with the award-winning Tamesis Piano Trio, Britten Les Illuminations with the London Meridian Players, and Villa-Lobos Bacchianas Brasilieras under the guidance of Professor David Cohen as part of the Trinity Laban CoLab Festival 2017. She sings with contemporary music ensemble Rubythroat, directed by Dr Linda Hirst, with whom performances have included Berio A-Ronne and Cries of London, Schoenberg Friede auf Erden and numerous new commissions.
Verity's operatic roles include Miss Wordsworth Albert Herring, Gretel Hänsel und Gretel, Zerlina Don Giovanni and Tatyana Eugene Onegin (scenes) and Elizabeth Barnsley (ensemble) in the world premiere of Stephen McNeff’s Banished for Trinity Laban Opera, directed by Elaine Kidd and conducted by Jessica Cottis. Concert performances include Mozart Coronation Mass and Mass in C Minor, Handel Messiah, Bach St Matthew Passion and Chilcott Requiem. She has participated in masterclasses with John Graham-Hall, Richard Berkeley-Steele, Ron Morris, and Veronica Veysey Campbell among others.
Verity looks forward to future performances of chamber works in Mons (Belgium), Lucerne and Hergiswil (Switzerland) and at St James’s Piccadilly, London. She is generously supported by the William Gibbs Educational Trust as a scholar at St John’s Hyde Park.