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Lucy Page is a versatile British soprano living in Paris. She is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the CRR Paris Conservatoire and Oxford University. She made her french debut in the role of Diane in Charpentier's Actéon under Emmanuelle Haim in Lille and Dijon opera houses. Other notable appearances in France have been at Châtelet Theatre under the direction of Lee Blakeley, as Lucinda in Into the Woods and Celeste I in Sunday in the Park with George. Lucy's roles in the UK have included Iphis in Handel's Jephtha and Titania in A Fairy Queen, both for Iford Arts, Galatea in Acis and Galatea with Laurence Cummings and the London Handel Festival, Forestiero in the critically acclaimed l'Ospedale at Wilton's Music Hall and Second Woman in Dido and Aeneas at Manchester Bridgewater Hall. Lucy covered in Glyndebourne's 2011 production of The Fairy Queen and has also performed at Aix Festival and Opéra Comique. In the world of contemporary opera, she played Voce II in Mahogany Opera's production of Berio's Laborintus II and has sung in world premiers with Tête à Tête Festival and New Chamber Opera.
As an oratorio soloist, Lucy's career has led her to perform internationally, under the baton of Christophe Rousset, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Pulcinella Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and La Risonanza. She has collaborated with Solomon's Knot Collective, La Nuova Musica, Galàn, la Tempête, les Solistes XXI and Opéra Fuoco. She was a finalist in the London Bach competition, in the Froville International Baroque Competition, and was selected for Graham Johnson's Songmakers' Almanac. Music has also provided Lucy with the opportunity to work in a charitable capacity in Palestine and India.
Lucy's upcoming engagements include a production of Fairy Queen in Washington DC and performances of the St Matthew Passion in Paris with Les Muses Galantes.
"Lucy Page, sensuelle Diane...illumine la scène"
- Opéra Magazine
"Un plaisir pour les oreilles"
"Sweeping sweetly across registers"
- Opera Now
"La très jolie voix de la superbe Diane"
"Singing with glorious smoothness and command"