Sarah Lucy is a freelance mezzo-soprano currently based in Yorkshire. She grew up in Hull where she studied
both voice and percussion, and went on to gain a first-class BMus (Hons) degree in Music from Edinburgh Napier University, as well as being awarded the class medal.
She continued her studies at the University of York with Robert Hollingworth where she worked for an MA in Solo Voice Ensemble Singing as part of a vocal quintet, for which she was awarded a distinction mark.
She currently studies voice with Susan Young.
She was appointed as a Fellow of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (2017-18), after having worked for the organisation as a section leader and staff member since joining the training choir in 2011.
Whilst in the Fellowship she worked closely with supervisors Ben Parry, Dominic Peckham, Greg Beardsell and Esther Jones. Throughout the year she was given frequent opportunities to perform, record and lead workshops with the other members of the octet.
The Fellowship's music video can be found on the Listen / Watch tab.
As a choral and consort singer, Sarah Lucy has performed and recorded with a variety of groups and notable choral leaders, including Terry Edwards, Nigel Short, Eamonn Dougan, Greg Skidmore and Patrick Hawes.
Her time with NYCGB has allowed her opportunities to work with Daniel Barenboim, Vasily Petrenko and
Dame Sarah Connolly.
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