Christine Cunnold is a passionate lyric soprano noted for her opera and song recitals, who trained with English National Opera on their acclaimed Opera Works programme.
Christine has sung with the English National Opera, Aix en Provence Festival, Birmingham Opera, and Royal Opera House. Creating characters that reflect our modern life is important aspect for Christine and can be seen in her work in new opera. She also enjoys performing on the concert platform. Recent solo performances include: Rossini’s Stabat Mater, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Mozart’s Mass in C and a number of Opera Galas.
Art songs mean something to everybody and Christine creates stories and atmosphere, that offer a beautiful moment of escapism. Her current project is Song of Nature, Songs of Love: the journey of love told using popular art songs and poems, including Robert Burns, Heinrich Heine and Christina Rosetti with music by Schumann, Vaughan Williams and Rachmaninoff, woven with the atmospheric background of Debussy’s Preludes.
Born in London, Christine first studied Geography at Kings College before turning to her music career.