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Ms Bridget Tomlinson
Ms Bridget Tomlinson

Biography

Bridget Tomlinson was born into a family of musicians, her mother being a cellist and her Great-Grandfather a composer. Already an accomplished cellist, Bridget started to take singing seriously aged 16, and by age 18 she had passed her Dip ABRSM.

In 2012 Bridget was awarded a choral scholarship to Durham University where in addition to singing with her college chapel choir she sang Cleopatra in Handelís Julio Cesare in ĎOpera Scenesí (2013), was cast as the Queen of the Night in the universityís production of Mozartís Die Zauberflöte (2014) and performed Belinda in Purcellís Dido and Aeneas (2015)

In summer 2015, Bridget was invited by Durham University to perform with the famous baritone Sir Thomas Allen at the Van Mildert Collegeís 50th Anniversary celebrations.

Bridget has sung oratorio, and her performances have included soprano solos in Haydnís Nelson Mass, Rutterís Requiem, and Vivaldiís Gloria. She currently a choral scholar at St. Chadís Cathedral and St Philipís Cathedral, and has given several charity concerts in local churches.

As well as Classical Singing, Bridget enjoys Musical Theatre, having often sung in her University Cabaret shows and with the Amateur Dramatics Company, Festival Arts in the Summer Months.

Since Graduating, Bridget has been actively working within the Education Sector. She has worked as a Private Vocal Coach and a Music Practitioner for several local Primary Schools. She is passionate about development within the arts and unlocking talent in those with low self esteem.

Contact Bridget

Address: Midlands (West)
B16
Phone: 07792825533
Mobile: 07792825533
Fee (30 minutes): £17.00
Fee (60 minutes): £30.00

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