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British Soprano Alison Langer is a gradute from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama's prestigious Opera Course.
In 2015 Alison gained a place in the Glyndebourne Festival's chorus where she sang in their 2015 Festival and Tour and the 2016 festival, singing the role of the Bridesmaid in Le Nozze di Figaro Mozart.
Alison made her professional debut in 2012, singing Lisette in Puccini's La Rondine with Dublin Opera Company Opera in the Open.
Alison also sang in the world premiere of new opera company The Opera Story's production of Snow, playing the New Queen, and will appear in the National Theatre's production of Follies.
She has sung for various Opera companies in a variety of roles including, Edith The Pirates of Penzance for Opera Holland Park, Delilah Beware the Ides - A Handel Pasticcio Opera in the Cotswolds, Norina I Pazzi per Progetto Donizetti, Erodiade San Giovanni Battista Stradella and The Countess in The Cunning Peasant Dvorak.
On the concert platform, Alison has sung at many prestigious venues, most recently as a soloist in a performance of Mozart's Requiem at St Martin in the Fields. Solo performances have taken her to the Buxton Opera House, Barbican Centre , Birmingham Syimphony Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Royal Albert Hall, The House of Lords and The Ritz!
Oratorio performances include Petite Messe Solenelle Rossini, The Messiah Handel, The Sea Symphony Vaughan Williams, Serenade to Music Vaughan Williams, Coronation Mass Mozart.
Follies Follies is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by James Goldman. The story concerns a reunion in a crumbling Broadway theatre, scheduled for demolition, of the past performers of the "Weismann's Follies", a musical revue (based on the Ziegfeld Follies), that played in that theatre between the world wars. Creat...
Stephen Sondheim's FOLLIES makes its National Theatre debut in September, care of director Dominic Cooke. Who'll be joining Imelda Staunton, Philip Quast, Janie Dee and other previously announced principals in the 37-strong cast...
The National Theatre is assembling a cast of 37 (accompanied by an orchestra of 21) for Dominic Cooke's major revival of Stephen Sondheim's FOLLIES. In addition to Philip Quast, Imelda Staunton, Janie Dee and Tracie Bennett, many more #StageFaves have now been confirmed...