rosha fitzhowle

soprano

biography

Scottish soprano Rosha Fitzhowle recently completed her training at the Hochschule für Musik un Tanz Cologne following a Drama Foundation Diploma at the City Lit Drama School in London and a B Mus in Musical Performance at Brunel University. She currently studies with Romana Noack.

For Theater Aachen Rosha has sung Giunone & Il Destino in Cavalli La Calisto; Volpino in Haydn Lo Speziale, Johanna Sweeney Todd, Sophie Werther, Woglinde Hagen – Tiel 1;  2nd. Monkey, Munchkin, Lady and Cup.in Anno Schrier Der Zauberer von Oz, Hen and Frog The Cunning Little Vixen and Belinda Dido & Aeneas. Roles elsewhere include Second Lady Die Zauberflöte, Susanna Le Nozze di Figaro, Lucia The Rape of Lucretia and roles in L’enfant et Les Sortilèges.

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Rosha’ concert engagements have included Pärt Berlin Mass with the London Philharmonic / Tõnu Kaljuste; Mozart Mass in C Minor with The Fetes Consort and recitals of songs by Burns, Bax, Britten, Judith Weir and James MacMillan at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

September 2021

Rosha Fitzhowle is represented for General Management. For all enquiries please contact Caroline Phillips cphillips@caroline-phillips.co.uk

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Mezzo-soprano Bethany Horak-Hallett is one of the four finalists of the 20th International Handel Singing Competition. She will present a programme of rare Handel arias accompanied by the London Handel Orchestra conducted by Laurence Cummings. Battle will commence at...

Steven Devine presents Inside Music

Conductor and keyboard player Steven Devine presents Inside Music on BBC Radio 3 on Saturday October 16 at 13:00. The programme will be available on BBC Sounds for 30 days after broadcast Devine shares a range of musical choices from the unique Brazilian-jazz-ballet...

Restoration with Brookshaw, Devine and the OAE

Soprano Zoë Brookshaw joins the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment directed by Steven Devine for a programme of music from the Restoration period which includes Purcell and Blow alongside Giovanni Battista Draghi and Louis Grabu. There are performances at King’s...

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Andrew Irwin débuts in Bremerhaven

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CPM at IAMA Conference in Copenhagen

Caroline Phillips will be attending the 30th International Artists Managers Association International Conference at the spectacular headquarter of Danish Radio in Copenhagen this week. See you there!

The one about the soda siphon

Director Harry Fehr stages a double bill for Pegasus Opera Company. The programme comprises Philip Hagemann’s  chamber adaptation and English translation of Debussy L’Enfant Prodigue (The Prodigal Son) alongside Hagemann’s opera from George Bernard Shaw’s comic...

Bethany Horak-Hallet Proms début

Mezzo soprano Bethany Horak-Hallett recently made her BBC Proms debut with the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists as alto soloist in Handel Dixit Dominus. The complete concert is available to hear again on BBC Sounds and to view on BBC Iplayer. The occasion...

Samuel Boden – Buxton International Festival début

Tenor Samuel Boden sings Acis in Handel Acis and Galatea at the Buxton International Festival in a production by Martin Constantine with Christian Curnyn conducting the Early Opera Company. The performances at Buxton Opera House take place on July 12, 19 (pm &...