Rosie Lavery


Rosie Lavery is a Scottish soprano currently studying at the RCS Alexander Gibson Opera School. Her operatic roles include Beatrice (Three Decembers, RCS AGOS), Mrs Gobineau (The Medium, RCS AGOS), Noémie(Cendrillon, RCS AGOS), Elettra (Idomeneo, RCS AGOS), Mother (Hänsel und Gretel, RCS AGOS Scenes), Frau Fluth (Die Lustigen Weiber, RCS AGOS Scenes), Suor Angelica (Suor Angelica, Oxenfoorde Opera Scenes), Nedda (Pagliacci, RCS Opera Scenes), Miss Jessell (Turn of the Screw, RCS), Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus, RCS), Fiordiligi (Cosi fan tutte, Oxenfoorde / RCS), The Countess (The Marriage of Figaro, RCS/ Academy of Sacred Music).

At RCS, Rosie has won the prestigious Governor’s Recital Prize and was awarded 2nd place in the Hugh Robertson Scots Song Competition twice and 2nd place in the French Song Competition. She was also delighted to win the Florence Veitch Ibler Prize for Oratorio Singing. In early 2022, Rosie was delighted to come 2ndplace in the Charles Wood Song Prize Competition. She is the grateful recipient of the Salomon Seelig Musicians Company Award, Sybil Tutton Opera Award, The Countess of Munster Award and the Rising Star Award from the John Mathers Trust. She has performed across Europe, including performing in the chorus of Donizetti’s ‘L’elisir d’amore’ in the Palazzo Corsini in Florence, and solo recitals in the Royal Tuschinski Theatre and the Draiiorgelmuseum in Amsterdam. Alongside singing, Rosie is a keen conductor. She is the Chorus Master for Paisley Opera and recently worked with them on their 2023 production of Verdi’s Macbeth, and has worked with many choirs and ensembles across the UK and further afield.

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