A LITTLE BIT ABOUT ME
Heather is a soprano with an Honours Degree in Classical Music from Leeds College of Music specialising in opera.
Heather’s recent performances include playing Maguelonne in Northern Opera Group’s production of Cinderella by Pauline Viadot.
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HEATHER MARY WATSON
Heather is a soprano currently being taught by Sarah Estill. She graduated from Leeds College of Music with a BA(Hons) Classical Music, were her Tutor was Tim Ochala-
Heather has performed with Northern Opera Group as Malgonne in Pauline Viadot's Cinderella, as Papagena in Leeds University Union Opera Society's production of Mozart's The Magic Flute, for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress by the Wharfdale Festival Theatre, and as part of the Chorus in their productions of Mozart's Don Giovanni and Bizet's Carmen.
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My ambition is to become an opera singer.
I hope to join a Youth Opera Company for a year and then study for a Master’s degree specialising in opera.
She has also performed as Peasblossom in staged scenes from Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream and in the chorus for Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, both these productions were with Leeds College of Music where she also sung Sister Osmina in a concert performance of Puccini's Sour Angelica.
With AIMS International Music School she performed as Iphis in staged scenes from Handel's Jeptha and as Anne in staged scenes from Nicolai's The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Heather was a member of the Yorkshire Philharmonic Choir for three years, under Dr Andrew Padmore, where she was twice awarded the Margaret Markland Choral Scholarship.
Heather was a member of the National Girls' Choir of Scotland for four years, under Christopher Bell. She has spent a year with the National Youth Choir of Scotland and the National Youth Choir Training Choir conducted by Frikki Walker.