Alexandra Lowe Biography
Alexandra is a second-year postgraduate soprano from Lancashire currently studying with Sandra Dugdale at the RNCM, where she also graduated with a First Class Bachelor of Music degree. She was born in Mallorca in 1991, where she lived until the age of 16.
In recent years she has been awarded the Elisabeth Harwood Memorial Prize, the Joyce and Michael Kennedy Award for Singing Strauss, the Bessie Cronshaw/Frost Brownson Song Cycle Prize, the Alexander Young Song Prize, the Oncken Song Prize, the Elsie Thurston Song Prize and the Joyce Budd Prize at the Kathleen Ferrier Young Singers Bursary. She is a recipient of a Silver Medal from the Worshipful Company of Musicians and of the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Sarah Brightman Scholarship.
Roles include Mrs. Coyle Owen Wingrave (BYO), Theodora, Métella La Vie Parisienne, Fiordiligi Così fan tutte, Rose Maurrant Street Scene, Helena A Midsummer Night's Dream (RNCM), Mabel Pirates of Penzance, Angelina Trial by Jury, Gianetta The Gondoliers (International G&S Festival). Opera scenes include Zerlina Don Giovanni, Leïla Les pêcheurs de perles (Clonter Opera), Louise Louise, Hélène de Solanges Véronique and Giulia La Scala di Seta (RNCM).
On the concert platform works include Messiah Handel, Requiem Fauré, The Armed Man Jenkins, Petite Messe Solenelle Rossini, Requiem Chilcott, Spirit of England Elgar, Requiem Mozart and Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music live on BBC Radio 3 with the CBSO.
Alexandra is proud to have raised over £30,000 for charity through a series of annual concerts. Most recently these have taken place at Chatsworth House and Bolton Abbey.