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Angela was born in Manchester. She studied voice at Trinity College of Music, London and at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, Maryland.
Angela has worked with the Baltimore Opera, Royal Opera House, the English National Opera, and many of the regional opera companies performing roles such as Alice Ford in Falstaff, Gianetta in L’Elisir d’Amore and Suor Angelica.
She has been a featured soloist in television and radio performances of Carmina Burana, The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, Pergolesi Stabat Mater and appeared in the film of Porgy and Bess.
Her collaborations with jazz and classical music include a recording with saxophonist Chris Bowden, performances with Michael Garrick, Jessye Norman and the UK tour of All Rise featuring Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Centre Jazz Orchestra.
In the U.S.A., Angela made her debut at Carnegie Hall, New York as the first prize winner of the Centre for Contemporary Opera’s International Opera Competition.
Angela has performed in, A Nitro at the Opera (Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House and BBC 4), Kismet (Arcola), the opera premiere of Another America: Fire (Sadler’s Wells), for PUSH 04 and Coleridge -Taylor’s Dream Lovers (National Opera Studio).
She has appeared as The Moon, in the Olivier Award winning production, Caroline, or Change (National Theatre) and in productions of An Evening of Soul Food and An African Cargo and Mass Carib, with the Nitro Theatre Company (Greenwich Festival, Kings Place and Hackney Empire).
Angela has also performed with English Touring Opera in their production of Rusalka and cabaret production J’attendrai, Grace Kumalo, in Lost in the Stars for BBC Radio 3 (Queen Elizabeth Hall), the Radio 4 production on the Fiske Jubilee Singers, soloist and part of the Street Chorus for Bernstein’s Mass (Royal Festival Hall) and in the world premiere of Anna Nicole the Opera (Royal Opera House).