Grace Nyandoro

Praised for her “warmly inflected and expressive singing” (Opera Magazine), Grace is an experienced soloist and versatile lyric soprano. She is based in London and has both Ugandan and Zimbabwean heritage. Grace graduated from Trinity Laban with the support of the University of Edinburgh Bucher-Fraser scholarship, Oxford-Lieder Society bursary and Laurence Atwell Trust bursary. Her operatic roles include Aksinya Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (Birmingham Opera Company) which won The Royal Philharmonic Society award (2019) and the title role of Treemonisha (Spectra Ensemble) at the Grimeborn Festival. Grace has performed extensively as a soloist and chorister in many countries, including Turkey, Malta, New York and Hong Kong. Operatic chorus work includes L’amico Fritz (Opera Holland Park), Porgy and Bess (Grange Park Opera), The Ice Break (Birmingham Opera Company). Grace recently made her debut at Opera Holland Park this Summer in ‘The Cunning Little Vixen’ playing the Rooster and Jay.

'warmly inflected and expressive singing...'

Opera Magazine

'Grace Nyandoro made for an admirable heroine...her soprano metallic and hyper-focused'

The Guardian


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