Alum joins award-winning vocal ensembleThu 16 July 2020
Cara Curran is the newest member of Stile Antico
Last week, early music vocal ensemble Stile Antico welcomed TL vocal alum Cara Curran as their newest member.
Belfast-born Cara has deputised for the ensemble on several previous occasions, and is now one of the twelve-strong choir’s official altos.
Cara comments –
“I have loved singing with the group over the years and am over the moon to be joining as a regular member, even if we are currently ‘socially distanced’. I am looking forward to finally getting back to performing with our upcoming streamed concerts, and hopefully being back in front of audiences in the flesh before too long!”
Completing her Foundation Programme in Voice at Trinity Laban in 2010, Cara now combines her professional work as a solo and ensemble singer with her role as Director of Music at Ravenscourt Park Prep School in West London.
A capella vocal ensemble Stile Antico work without a conductor and specialise in fresh and vibrant performances of Renaissance polyphony. They have thrilled audiences on four continents, received three Grammy nominations, and picked up the Gramophone Award for Early Music, Diapason d’or de l’année, Edison Klassiek Award, and Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik for their recordings.
Cara’s first official concert with the ensemble is on 26 September, broadcast live online from the Voces8 Centre in the City of London as part of the ground-breaking Live From London festival. Find out more: https://www.stileantico.co.uk/livefromlondon
Find out more about studying voice at Trinity Laban, visit our vocal pages.