Soprano Soloist

Kirsty O'Neill

Kirsty is a freelance ensemble singer and soloist, who graduated from Royal Holloway University of London in 2018.  She is studying for her masters with a scholarship at The Royal Academy of Music under Marcus van den Akker and is part of the Josephine Baker Trust. Roles here include Adina (L'Elisir d'amore, Scenes 2023) and Alice Ford (Falstaff, Verdi, Scenes 2023).
Kirsty performs frequently as a soloist for Choral Societies around the UK including performances of Haydn’s Nelson Mass, Mozart Requiem, Brahms Requiem and more.

As an ensemble singer, Kirsty has performed, toured and recorded with The BBC Singers, The Gabrieli Consort, Chamber Choir of London, Ora Singers, Royal Hospital Chelsea (notably with the Academy of Ancient Music in Cadogan Hall), and Ensemble pro Victoria.

Kirsty studied as a choral scholar at Royal Holloway University of London, where she gained a first in Solo performance and graduated in 2018 with the Chamber Music Prize.

She is a co-founder of the professional chamber choir Recordare, and The Norwich Consort of Voices.  She was also part of the Genesis Sixteen scheme 2018-19.