Nadine will join Monika-Evelyn Liiv (mezzo-soprano), Mario Sofroniou (tenor)
and Denis Sedov (bass) to sing the soprano solo in the Verdi Requiem
with West London Sinfonia under the baton of Philip Hesketh.
Saturday 23 March at 7.45pm at St Barnabas Church, London W5 1QG
Nadine will sing the soprano solo in Mendelssohn’s Elijah with James Rutherford in the title role. Andrew Lumsden will conduct the London Mozart Players,
The Waynflete Singers and Newcastle Bach Choir.
Saturday 30 March at 7.30pm at Winchester Cathedral
‘Love & Prayer’, Nadine’s debut solo album, is now available in hard copy from the ENO shop or for download at Love and Prayer
I am inspired to heal and serve others with my voice as an opera singer and mentor.
I believe that my voice is here to bring joy into the world in a frequency that can touch the hearts of humanity and encourage others to discover and celebrate the power of their own true voice.
Richard Morrison, The Times, October 2018
“Nadine Benjamin’s Summertime is one of the loveliest I’ve heard….”
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