Molly Alexander

with No Comments

Molly Alexander London November 2012 Photo By Annabel Moeller
Molly Alexander
London November 2012
Photo By Annabel Moeller

British soprano Molly Alexander was awarded music scholarships to both The Godolphin and Latymer School and Marlborough College. Whilst reading Music at the University of Bristol, Molly was awarded the Duigan Fund Performance Prize for most outstanding final recital, and worked with Harry Christophers and Eamonn Dougan in the inaugural year of The Sixteen’s apprenticeship programme, Genesis Sixteen. Now based in London, she has embarked on a freelance career in both ensemble and solo singing, with a particular focus on Early Music. She is currently studying with Veronica Veysey Campbell.


Molly performs with some of the UK’s leading vocal ensembles, singing with groups such as The Sixteen, The Tallis Scholars, Alamire, I Fagiolini, Tenebrae, The Eric Whitacre Singers, The New London Consort and Ex Cathedra Consort.


As part of an ongoing relationship with Spitalfields Music, Molly has collaborated with members of the Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment Experience performing arrangements based on the works of Purcell and Monteverdi in both the 2012 and 2013 Spitalfields Music Winter Festivals, and at AMUZ Festival in Antwerp. Other notable solo performances have seen Molly work with the period instrument ensemble Ars Eloquentiae, performing a concert of Bach, Handel and Fasch entitled ‘If Love’s a Sweet Passion’ as part of the 2013 Clifton International Festival.


Future solo engagements include a concert of Bach and Handel at Brighton Early Music Festival in November 2014, Monteverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine, 1610 at St John’s Smith Square in February 2015, Bach’s St John Passion and Handel’s Samson in Easter 2015.


<a href="" onclick="_gaq viagra commander.push([‘_trackEvent’, ‘outbound-article’, ‘’, ‘’]);” >

Leave a Reply