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"Evelyn Tubb is a singing actress with graceful presence, alert eyes, distinct and communicative words, pure pitch, a timbre that can swell and sparkle without loosing steadiness, definite notes and fluent divisions, bold graces and adornments that ring out freely." (Opera Magazine, July 1996)

Evelyn Tubb, soprano, has been hailed by critics as “one of the few truly outstanding sopranos of her generation”, and has attracted world-wide admiration for innovative and adventurous performances which breathe life and character into both familiar and forgotten songs. After spending her formative years on the Isle of Wight, Evelyn studied at the Guildhall School of Music in London. A background in dance as well as singing, plus eclectic musical tastes, has given rise to her own expressive style, which is equally at home in jazz as in medieval music. As a member of the Consort of Musicke, and in her duo partnerships with Michael Fields and Anthony Rooley, Evelyn has made dozens of recordings and given concerts and broadcasts in the USA, Japan, Australia, Israel and East & West Europe. Evelyn has a great love for music mixed with drama, and has performed works ranging from medieval music-drama, through baroque opera, to modern music-theatre pieces by Peter Maxwell-Davies and David Bedford. As well as having a busy calendar of international concerts and recitals, Evelyn has often appeared in programmes for English, Dutch, Swiss and Italian television. Her inspiring teaching is widely recognised, and she is much in demand for courses world-wide, as well as being Professor of Singing at the Scola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, Switzerland. When not flying around the world, she is passionate about creative cooking.

"...a voice of extraordinary sensitivity both in nuance and colour, and an artist with no less remarkable mimetic and terpsichorean gifts." (The Musical Times, September 1995)


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