Keri Fuge

Soprano

Management

Helen Hogh
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Fiona Wells
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Groves Artists represents Keri Fuge worldwide

Biography

Keri studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama from 2008-2010 where she received a Mmus in Vocal Studies and Performance with Marilyn Rees.  She is an alumna of The National Opera Studio 2012-2013 where she was sponsored by The Glyndebourne New Generation Programme. All areas of her study are supported by The Tillett Trust, The Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation, The Mario Lanza Trust, The Stapley Trust.

Operatic engagements have included Cupid /  Rossi’s Orfeo Royal Opera House, Covent Garden at the Globe Theatre, Poppea / Agrippina Brisbane Baroque in Australia, Flavia / Lucio Silla International Händel-Festspiele Göttingen, Amore / Orfeo ed Euridice Bregenz Landestheater, Atalanta /  Xerxes Early Opera Company, Aquilio / Pergolesi’s Adriano in Siria Slowacki Theater, Kraków, Barbarina /  Le Nozze di Figaro for the Glyndebourne Tour and Aline /  The Sorcerer Buxton Opera House.  She has covered the roles of Despina / Cosi fan tutte and  Dona Isabel /  Indian Queen for English National Opera,  Gretel / Hansel and Gretel  for the Glyndebourne Tour and Barbarina and Chocholka / The Cunning Little Vixen for the Glyndebourne Festival.

Concert highlights have included Mendelssohn’s Incidental Music to A Midsummer Night’s Dream City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (recording with Chandos and Edward Gardner), St. Matthew Passion, St John Passion, Mahler Symphony No. 8 for the  Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Mozart Requiem and Messiah at the Royal Festival Hall, Bath Minerva Choir and Southern Sinfonia, Carols by Candlelight Royal Albert Hall and Symphony Hall in Birmingham, Queen and First Lady in Handel’s Solomon for the London Mozart Players, Judas Maccabeus Llandeilo Festival of Music, Exsultate Jubilate and Let the Bright Seraphim on tour in the UK and Europe with venues including Kultur und Kongresszentrum, Lucerne and  National Concert Hall, Dublin, Rutter’s Mass of the Children at the The Royal Chelsea Hospital,  Messiah for the Polski Chór Kameralny in Gdansk and  Leeds Philharmonic Society   Jenkin’s The Armed Man/Elgar’s Spirit of England at Lincoln Cathedral, Handel’s Armida Abbandonata London Handel Festival Orchestra.  A keen recitalist Keri has performed at various venues including the Wigmore Hall and The Forge in Camden with the Berlioz Society.

Recent and future engagements  include Philidell / A Nymph / Honour in King Arthur and Créuse / Médée both for the  Grand Théâtre de Genève, Sophie / Werther, Zerlina / Don Giovanni,  Morgana / Alcina and Noemie / Cendrillon all for the Stadttheater Klagenfurt, covering the role of Pamina / Die Zauberflöte and Blanche / Les Dialogues des Carmelites for Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Fauré Requiem Royal Festival Hall, Vivaldi Gloria with the Royal Northern Sinfonia, Messiah with La Nuova Musica and the NDR Orchester,  Bach Cantatas and Beethoven Symphony no 9 with the Gulbenkian Choir and Orchestra, Elijah with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Vivaldi Gloria with the Royal Northern Sinfonia, Parnasso in Festa at the London Handel Festival,  Acis and Galatea with the Bach Akademie Stuttgart, Venus and Adonis with the Early Opera Company at the Wigmore Hall, a concert performance of Hermann’s Wuthering Heights with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and a concert tour with Academy of Ancient Music, Tim Mead and Christian Curnyn featuring music from the early 18th century.

Keri was a semi-finalist in the Kathleen Ferrier Competition 2013, a Britten-Pears Young Artist Scholar 2011, winner of Michael Oliver Prize in The London Handel Competition 2011, winner of Dame Anne Evans’ Most Promising Singer in 2009 and winner of Hampshire Singer of the Year 2008.

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Reviews

  • Luigi Rossi's Orpheus

    Keri Fuge’s tinker of a Cupid is an especial delight, her every appearance signalled by an improbable pair of white wings (“I wear them for decoration”)

    Mark Valencia What's On Stage
  • Gluck's Orfeo and Euridice

    Love plays a role as Cupid, embodied by a young lady (Keri Fuge) who sings a wonderful Aria and who brings color in an otherwise black and white production. Director Alexander Kubelka gives this cupid an oversized paint brush instead of the usual arrows in her quiver, with which she begins the piece and gives several music cues

    Kronen Zeitung

News

  • Groves Artists sign outstanding British Soprano, Keri Fuge
    02.08.18

    Groves Artists sign outstanding British Soprano, Keri Fuge