Described as ‘Outstanding’ (The Times), ‘Ravishing’ (Timeout) and ‘Alarmingly talented’ (Fourthwall Magazine), soprano Daisy Brown is a young opera singer and graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.

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During her studies at Trinity Laban‚ Daisy was awarded the Eva Malpass Scholarship and the City Livery Club Music Section prize. She was a Finalist in the Thelma King awards‚ a Semi-Finalist in the Handel Festival Singing Competition and was Highly Commended by the Boise Foundation Award.

Most recent and future engagements include Mabel The Pirates of Penzance with Opera Holland Park‚ Frasquita Carmen (Mid Wales Opera and Nevill Holt Opera)‚ Amor Orfeo ed Euridice (Buxton Festival Opera)‚ Daniel Susanna (Iford Arts)‚ Susanna Le nozze di Figaro (Opera Vera)‚ Emmie Albert Herring (Mid Wales Opera)‚ Pamina The Magic Flute‚ directed by Kit Hesketh-Harvey and Cis Albert Herring for the Britten Pears Young Artist Programme‚ and Kiss me‚ Figaro! (Merry Opera Company – nominated for the Off West End Award for Best Female Lead).

Concert and oratorio appearances include her Royal Albert Hall debut in Messiah with Brian Kay‚ Paul Carr’s Requiem for an Angel‚ Mozart’s Missa Brevis for Leith Hill Music Festival‚ Faure’s Requiem and Mozart’s Coronation Mass with Sutton Valance Choral Society and Mozart’s Requiem and Solemn Vespers with Ely Choral Society.

Daisy would like to thank her teacher Rosa Mannion, The Richard Stapley Trust and Mrs Pat Baxter as well as Trinity Laban and the Eva Malpass Scholarship for their past and continuing support.

For more detailed information including previous and upcoming roles and engagements please get in touch.

We look forward to hearing from you!


18 thoughts on “About

  1. Sorry – not a promoter offering work, just a ‘punter’ who looked you up after last night’s Leith Hill concert.
    Loved the Carr Requiem, enjoyed all the soloists, but thought your performance had an exceptional quality. Look forward to hearing you as your career blossoms further; for which much luck & success.

  2. Yes, I would like to second Clive’s message. The Requiem was spellbinding, and your performance was superb. Thank you.

  3. You were great tonight in the Mozart Vespers and Requiem. Assured, confident, precise, and sensitive to the pieces. I’ll be watching out for you. I think you’re going have a great career.



    • As a member of the orchestra for the G&S gala at Burford on June 29th, I’d just like to say how much I enjoyed your performances. I do wish you success for the future – which seems assured!

  4. What a brilliant performance in Orfeo at Buxton. A terrific production, but no wonder everyone falls in love with Love!

  5. Daisy, I saw you in Carmen in Margate last year and thought your performance dominated the stage that evening. Again, at Nozze di Figaro last week both your singing and acting were superb. While I love fringe opera, I hope to see you on the bigger stage soon.

  6. Daisy, Went to the opera last night with Sam. Reminded me of your amazing singing at our wedding, and made me so impressed that you are one of those people who can blow peoples socks off with your voice. Well done! Hope you’re well

  7. I just saw and heard your aria from “Lucia di Lammermoor” on “Victoria.” Stunning. Now I’m on my way to Amazon to see what you have recorded…

  8. Dear Daisy, i listened to the CD Chansing the Dragon. At Track 8 is my favorite titel on this CD, when you are singing the SOPRANO of Mozarts Angnus Dei. I just want to let you know, that this really fantastic to listen to you and its also electrifiying how you sing this wonderful tune. Hope to have the chance to see you once in germany live on stage!

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