1 – Miranda Ostler

British soprano Miranda Ostler graduated from University College, Durham in 2015, where she was a choral scholar. She currently sings with choirs including London Choral Sinfonia, Icosa, and Philharmonia Voices, and is the soprano in the professional quartet at St George’s Church, Headstone, Harrow. She also deputises at numerous churches around London, and is a member of composer Julian Marshall’s newly-formed The Rupa Ensemble, which will perform its inaugural concerts in November this year. Recent solo work includes Mozart Requiem; Bach St Matthew Passion; Monteverdi Vespers; McDowall The Lord is Good; Purcell In Guilty Night; and Carissimi Jepthe.

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