Lexie Moon


Mezzo-soprano Lexie Moon is a postgraduate student at the Royal College of Music in London, studying with Professor and Chair of Vocal Performance Janis Kelly. She is the recipient of the London Women’s Clinic Foundation Scholarship and is generously supported by the Countess of Munster Trust and the Josephine Baker Trust. She most recently debuted for British Youth Opera at Opera Holland Park as Mistress Ford in Vaughan Williams’ Sir John in Love to mark his 150th anniversary. At the Royal College, Lexie made her principal operatic debut as the Older Woman in the RCM Opera Studio’s summer production of Jonathan Dove’s Flight. She has also appeared in masterclasses with Dame Sara Connolly and Nicky Spence. Outside of RCM, Lexie made her professional stage debut in 2019 at the Theatre Royal Stratford East in collaboration with the English National Opera in their production of Benjamin Britten’s Noye’s Fludde, starring in the Gossippe ensemble alongside the children’s ensemble which went on to win the 2020 Olivier award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera.

Recent competition successes in 2022 include 1st prize and Best Undergraduate Performance in the Brooks van der Pump English Song Competition at the RCM, 2nd prize in the Somerset Song Prize and 3rd prize in RCM’s Joan Chissell Schumann Competition.

Concert highlights include Mendelssohn Elijah (Broadstone Choir); Rossini Petite Messe Solenelle (Grantham Choral Society); Beethoven 9th (Vivace Chorus); Vivaldi Gloria (Christchurch Choral Society). Forthcoming projects include Bach’s BWV 198 Trauerode with City Music Society and a joint recital for the London Song Festival. 

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