Marie Miller (lyrico spinto soprano) studied with Valerie Baulard and the famous Welsh tenor, Edgar Evans, principal tenor at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden for nearly 30 years. Well-known opera singer and recitalist with considerable experience in vocal tuition. Grade VIII ABSM. Member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM)
She has given singing lessons for over 20 years and is still performing. Her aim is to enable pupils to enjoy their lessons and to sing with ease. Particular attention is given to breathing, coaching and interpretation as well as vocal technique. Her students have benefited from lessons for both classical and musical theatre.
Over the past two years, Marie has become involved in the provision of coaching and vocal techniques for a number of students (both beginners and advanced) as well as in an increasing number of appearances on the concert platform.
Marie teaches in Llandrindod Wells, Powys, and parts of Shrewsbury.
Fee: £20.00 for 45 Minutes
She has performed central roles in over 40 operas including title roles in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly and leading soprano roles in Gounod’s Faust (Marguerite), Verdi’s Il Trovatore (Leonora) and La Traviata (Violetta), both Donna Anna and Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Queen of Night and First Lady in The Magic Flute (Mozart), Puccini’s La Boheme (Musetta), Britten’s Albert Herring (Lady Billows) and many others.
Marie Miller (Lirico Spinto Soprano) – Ernani Involami
She is well-known, with well received extensive performances for various opera companies at the Lyric and Polish Theatres in Hammersmith, Wimbledon Theatre, Kenneth Moore Theatre, Kenwood, St Mary Abbott’s Theatre and Open Air Theatres in London and the Minack Theatre, Cornwall.
Since leaving London, Marie has participated with the Welsh National Opera in Verdi’s Aida with Dennis O’Neill and Svetlina Vassileva conducted by Carlo Rizzi and directed by John Caird in Cardiff and Birmingham and performed last summer with the company in The Mikado. She has given recitals in Shrewsbury and The Carad in Rhayader and been asked to perform again at The Gateway, Shrewsbury.