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Sarah Fox

Sarah Fox

Born in Yorkshire, Sarah Fox is one of the leading English sopranos of her generation. She won the Kathleen Ferrier Award in 1997 and the John Christie Award in 2000. Her extensive international concert career includes engagements with the Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Tonkunstler, City of Birmingham Symphony, Concerto Cologne, Halle (including the 2013 Last Night of the Halle Proms), Minnesota Orchestra, Philharmonia, and the San Francisco Symphony, under conductors including Bolton, Hickox, Maazel, Mackerras, Pappano, Elder and Rattle. She has appeared at the BBC Proms and the Edinburgh International Festival, and is a frequent performer at Wigmore Hall. In 2013 she featured as a judge in BBC Two Television’s The Choir.

Operatic highlights include Asteria/Tamerlano for Covent Garden, Munich & Barcelona (opposite Plácido Domingo); Micaela/Carmen for Covent Garden,Zerlina/Don Giovanni for Covent Garden, Glyndebourne & Cincinnati; Susanna/LeNozze di Figaro for Glyndebourne & The Royal Danish Opera; Mimi/La Boheme &Merab/Saul for Opera North; Michal/Saul & Eurydice/Orphee et Eurydice in Munich;Ilia/Idomeneo with De Vlaamse Opera; and Lucy Lockitt/The Beggar’s Opera for Covent Garden. 

In recital, Sarah works closely with Malcolm Martineau with whom she made her debut at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. Her recordings with him include Poulenc Songs, for Signum, repertoire she has also recorded with Graham Johnson, another regular recital colleague, for Hyperion.

Her discography also includes Mahler’s Fourth Symphony (Philharmonia/Mackerras), and Mozart’s Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots (Classical Opera Company/Page)both for Signum Classics; Leighton’s Second Symphony (BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Hickox), Vaughan Williams’ Christmas Music & Britten’s Owen Wingrave (CLS/Hickox) and Britten’s The Beggar’s Opera (CLS/Curnyn) for Chandos; a forthcoming Vaughan Williams disc for the Halle’s own label under Elder; a forthcoming Cole Porter songs disc for Signum; and “That’s Entertainment” (John Wilson Orchestra/Wilson) for EMI Classics.