Recent concert performances include Purcell Indian Queen for Harry Christophers at Wigmore Hall and Handel Dixit Dominus for Harry Christophers at Usher Hall in the Edinburgh Festival, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Sydney Opera House and the New Zealand International Arts Festival, Soprano Evangelist in Arvo Pärt's Passio for Eric Whitacre conducting Hamburg Symphony Orchestra at Laeiszhalle, Glory of Venice programme for Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment directed by Robert Howarth at St George's Bristol, Handel Birthday Ode to Queen Anne at St Endellion Festival conducted by James Burton, Mozart Ch’io mi scordi di te with Joanna Macgregor at the Cornerstone Festival, Monteverdi Vespers for I Fagiolini at St John's Smith Square in London, Bach Lutheran Mass in G Minor for Australian Chamber Orchestra directed by Richard Tognetti at the Maribor Festival in Slovenia, Handel Israel in Egypt for Sir John Eliot Gardiner and Monteverdi Vespers for Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment conducted by Robert Howarth throughout the UK and Europe. Kirsty made her proms debut in the BBC "Inspire" Young Composers Prom with Aurora Orchestra conducted by Nicholas Collon and returned for the Eric Whitacre Late Night Prom in which she performed a short solo in his Cloudburst. Kirsty is a keen recitalist, a highlight being performing Dame Penelope Keith's favourite arias and songs from shows for West Green Opera with James Burton on the piano.
Kirsty features on several recordings including Monteverdi Vespers for Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment conducted by Robert Howarth, Purcell Indian Queen for Harry Christophers and Handel at Vauxhall Volume 1 with London Early Opera . Television performances include recent appearances on Charles Hazelwood’s The Birth of British Music, The Sixteen's Sacred Music at Christmas and The Passion on BBC4.
Future plans include playing "the girl" in John Barber and Hazel Gould's Rumbled at Wigmore Hall, reprising her role of Philadel the fairy in Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment's reworking of Purcell King Arthur for school children, recording more Purcell for Harry Christophers and The Sixteen with performances at Wigmore Hall, performances with choral societies around the country including Brahms Requiem at St John's Smith Square and a collaboration with Rautio Piano Trio performing Mozart.
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