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zoë brookshaw - soprano

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British soprano Zoë Brookshaw read Theology at Cambridge University where she was a choral Scholar at Trinity College. She was a member of the Monteverdi Choir Apprentice Scheme and is currently a Rising Star of the Enlightenment.

Her opera engagements include Euridice and La Musica L’Orfeo with I Fagiolini; Aerial Spirit The Indian Queen with Le Concert d’Astrée / Emmanuelle Haïm and roles in The Fairy Queen with The Gabrieli Consort / Paul McCreesh. She has sung chorus with John Eliot Gardiner in productions at the Royal Opera House, Opéra Comique and at the BBC Proms.

On the concert platform Zoë has sung Bach and Handel with the Monteverdi Choir / John Eliot Gardiner, Handel Israel in Egypt with at the BBC Proms with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment / William Christie plus Bach and Vivaldi with the group and Steven Devine as well as Monteverdi Ball dell’Ingrate with Christian Curnyn; Handel with the Gabrieli Consort / Paul McCreesh, Monteverdi & Vivaldi with Arcangelo / Jonathan Cohen, the St John Passion with the Britten Sinfonia/ Eamonn Dougan and Dixit Dominus with Collegium Vocale Gent / Pieter-Jan Belder. She is a member of the baroque ensemble Solmon’s Knot with whom she performs and records widely.

Zoë has recorded Bach, Blow, Lennox & Michael Berkeley, Charpentier, on the Delphian, Hyperion, Resonus, Signum Classics, Soli dei Gloria and Sony labels.

Her plans include Handel Solomon with the OAE / Christian Curnyn and further performances of The Indian Queen with Le Concert d’Astrée.