Victoria is a versatile singer and performer with a wide range of experience in the UK and abroad. She sings a variety of music, from medieval to modern, through classical and traditional styles, and always enjoys the challenge of new material.
Recent highlights include: Here All Night with the Gare St Lazare Players (Brighton Festival); Young Katherine in Dr Dee with Damon Albarn, dir.Rufus Norris (ENO & Manchester International Festival); Graham Fitkin and Jasmin Vardimon’s Home (Linbury Studio, ROH); Damon Albarn’s Dr Dee (Onefest; Later with Jools Holland, BBC2); World premiere of Stevie Wishart’s Out of This World with Sinfonye and BBC Singers (Cadogan Hall, BBC Proms & Herrenhäusen Festival, Hannover); World premiere of Howard Moody and Helen Chadwick’s Where Two Worlds Touch (Salisbury Festival); Development of War Correspondents with Helen Chadwick and Stephen Hoggett (NT Studio); Trading Roots with Grand Union Orchestra and BBC Concert Orchestra (Broadcast on BBC Radio3). Gloria, Vivaldi’s Women, and Peter Ackroyd’s Venice, with Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (broadcast BBC4 and BBC Radio3).
Victoria also performs with a number of early music ensembles; Sinfonye, The Dufay Collective, The Artisans, The Third Quince trio, and the all-female Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi; a cappella vocalists The Helen Chadwick Group; as a soloist for jazz and world music inspired Grand Union Orchestra; and as part of Greek Epic-inspired band Daemonia Nymphe.
Victoria joined the Oxford Girls’ Choir in 1995, studying under Richard Vendome. She performed a number of solo roles in Purcell’s Dido & Æneas, and played Alice in Roderick Williams’ Alice in Wonderland. She went on to study Ethnomusicology at SOAS, University of London, achieving a first in her final performance of Judeo-Spanish songs. Alongside performing, she enjoys arranging and teaching, and has significant experience leading choirs in the UK and Brazil.