Course Director - Wilma MacDougall
Wilma MacDougall's exquisite account of Laudate Dominum...stood out - The Herald, The Orchestra of Scottish Opera.
She has recorded and broadcast with BBC Radio and TV, performed in the British premiere of Stockhausen’s Sternklang directed by the composer and the German premiere of “Lament for Mary Queen of Scots” by James MacMillan at the Potsdam Music Festival in Germany with Haydn Trio Eisenstadt. Wilma's concert career has taken her to Germany, Denmark, Italy, Czeckoslovakia, Kosovo and throughout Britain, working with conductors including Sir Charles Mackerras, Stephen Cleobury and Christopher Bell.
Beautiful solo singing which told a story...distinguished Scottish talent - The Scotsman, Handel's Messiah, Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Operatic roles have included Michaela in Bizet’s Carmen, Grainne in the premiere of Bill Sweeney’s opera An Turus.
From Musetta's first outrageous cafe entrance she was stunning...having as much fun as the audience - (Puccini's La Boheme), The Stage
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Her Queen of the Night was adroit and gleaming - (Mozart's Magic Flute), The Herald