Welsh Soprano Jessica Cale is the First Prize winner of the 2020 Kathleen Ferrier Awards and joint winner of the Audience Prize at the 2020 London Handel Festival International Singing Competition. Jessica holds a Master of Performance with distinction from the Royal College of Music, and a First Class Honours degree from Cardiff University. Jessica completed her studies with Rosa Mannion at the RCM International Opera Studio, where she was the Robert Lancaster scholar. With The Mozartists, she has performed in ‘The Swinging Sixties’ at Wigmore Hall, and is due to perform in ‘1772 – A Retrospective’ in January 2022. The Mozartists were delighted to announce that Jessica had joined them as a Company Associate Artist in October 2021. Jessica has performed as an ensemble and consort singer with the Monteverdi Choir and The Sixteen and continues to work as a soloist for the Gabrieli Consort and the Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment. She looks forward to making her house and role début as 2nd Niece in Peter Grimes at La Fenice this summer.

Previous events with The Mozartists:

1772 – A Retrospective
27 Jan, 2022 – Cadogan Hall