Lucy Cronin was a Choral Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge, where she studied French and German. She sings with a number of consort groups and choirs; recent and forthcoming engagements are with Sansara, London Choral Sinfonia and Oxford Bach Soloists, and alongside ensembles including The English Concert, Philharmonia Orchestra and London Contemporary Orchestra. Lucy has performed as soprano soloist at distinguished venues such as St Martin-in-the-Fields, St John’s Smith Square and GLive Concert Hall, and as far afield as Kazakhstan Central Concert Hall. Her opera roles include Vita Mondana Rappresentatione di Anima, et di Corpo, Belinda Dido and Aeneas, and Britney Timberbrit (Jacob Cooper, European premiere). Last summer she joined the company of Bampton Classical Opera for their 2018 season.
Lucy is a stylistically versatile performer. She has appeared at jazz festivals in England, Germany and China, and recently gave a recital of American Songbook favourites for Haywards Heath Music Society. Lucy is a member of the vocal group Shards, whose debut album was released last month. She is also a founding member of progressive ensemble Festival Voices, bringing bold, collaborative choral music to new audiences in unexpected venues.
As well as her teaching at Hampton Court House, Lucy teaches at Radley College, The Tiffin Girls’ School and Whitgift School.