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Erika Mädi Jones



Opportunities such as singing Ravel’s Shéhérazade with Maestro Diego Masson and the Trinity Laban Symphony Orchestra, singing second Lady in Magic Flute workshops with Simon McBurney, and creating opera in CoLab workshops with Stephen McNeff, coupled with the solid technique and artistry that I learnt whilst at Trinity Laban, have all helped prepare me for life after college.

Erika Mädi Jones
Erika Mädi Jones


Erika Mädi Jones graduated from Trinity Laban in 2014, MMus voice. Her opera credits include Elisabeth in Tannhäuser (Longborough Festival Opera) for which she received rave reviews, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni (Moon-Little Theatre and Co Opera Co), and Leonore in Fidelio (Guildford Opera). Erika is a Britten Pears Young Artist, was a Les Azuriales 2015 Young Artist, and a finalist in the Wagner Society Singing Competition, which awarded her the Goodall scholarship. In 2015, she joined the chorus at Glyndebourne for the new David McVicar production of Die Entführung aus dem Serail. In concert, Erika has performed orchestral works including Wagner's Wesendonck Lieder and Ravel's Shéhérazade. Erika and pianist Panaretos Kyriatzidis regularly perform together and have participated notable in masterclasses with Thomas Quasthoff, Ian Partridge CBE (2014 Oxford Lieder Festival) and with Roger Vignoles (2013 London Song Festival). They also won the Elisabeth Schumann Lieder Duo competition prize in 2013.

During her time at Trinity Laban, Erika was supported by the Stopford Westminster Bursary, the Kathleen Roberts Vocal Scholarship, and the Robinson Hearn Scholarship.

Photo credit: Laura Radford