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Soprano

Jessica Cale

"freedom of spirit with absolute vocal control"
- Opera Today

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Marcin Kopec
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Anna Kovtun
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Biography Highlights

 
 

Recent & Upcoming

Handel’s Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall and Mendelssohn’s Elijah at the Berlin Philharmonic. In 2021 Jessica will give her final performance at the Royal College of Music in the title role of Rodelinda.

 
 

Other Engagements

Flaminia Il mondo della luna, Susan A Dinner Engagement, Second Bridesmaid Le nozze di Figaro for Royal College of Music International Opera Studio, Despina Cosi fan tutte and Serpetta The Garden of Disguises for Ryedale Festival Opera, Dido Dido and Aeneas, Blanche Dialogues des Carmelites, Tina Flight; Fortuna L’incoronazione de Poppea, Musetta La Boheme, Melisande Pelleas et Melisande for RCM Opera Scenes.

 
 

Awards

The 2020 First Prize winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and Audience prize winner at the London Handel Festival International Singing Competition.

 
 

Portraits

Jessica Cale
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Susanna's Aria - Le Nozze di Figaro

Final of the Kathleen Ferrier Awards, filmed at the Henry Wood Hall, London

Susanna's Aria - Le Nozze di Figaro

Final of the Kathleen Ferrier Awards, filmed at the Henry Wood Hall, London

 

Reviews & Press

 
 

2020 Kathleen Ferrier Award

Cale traversed the text lightly and briskly; after a wonderfully shaped diminuendo combining freedom of spirit with absolute vocal control, as the self-satisfied lover reflected on his numerous amours, the piano postlude was fittingly wild. 
 

The strength, expanse, nuance and discernment which Cale demonstrated were nowhere more communicative and touching than in the beautifully floating high notes...  
 

Cale’s precision and focus were impressive, while the high-octane aria that followed was notable for the use of ornament for expressive, rather than purely virtuosic, effect...
 

- Claire Seymour , Opera Today

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