Artistic Music Director & Founder

Isolda da Costa Soares, soprano

Born into an artistic family in the south of Portugal where she gained her music education. She learned from a young age to play the piano with the aim to become a concert pianist. However, she started showing also more interest in singing, therefore, she began to develop her singing voice instead at church music school in Lisbon city in which lead her to become a soloist of the church choir. During the course of her career, she went for further music studies in London Royal College of Music under the direct supervision of Daniele Guerra for Italian and German Singing in London following that continued with her singing training at Morley School of opera in London. Additionally, based on her professional experience in Music she also does composition editorial works for the London Moonlight Symphony Orchestra.  Masterclasses with Neil Baker and Madeleine Holmes. Furthermore, Isolda also works on a mentorship program for young British composers in collaboration with British Composers Prize Winners from the Britain Philharmonic Society and with Professor Phillip Cashian (Royal Academy of Music Composition Department).

Her musical performances have been in London, Portugal and Germany and highlights were mainly Italian operatic performances Le Nozze Di Figaro, Don Pasquale and La puritani in which she stole many hearts.

Future projects 2018 include her next big operatic performance taking place in Vienna’s Konzerthaus, the Musikeverein and Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw and in London St Johns Smith Square. Further development studies and performances in Italy for the opera di bel canto.