Angela Kazimierczuk Soprano
Angela studied singing at The Binningham School of Music. Whilst there she won the Lieder prize, First Year prize and the Sir Peter Pears prize. Her first operatic work was with Kent Opera, for whom she sang the roles of Alice Count Dry and Pamina Die Zauberjlote. She sang First Woman Dido and Aeneas and MarzellinaFidelio for Rjchard Hickox, and Erste Dame Die Zauberjlote for Sir John Eliot Gardiner. Angela has also sung the roles of Gilda Rigoletto,Bastienne Bastien and Bastienne, Zerlina Don Giovanni, and The Countess Le Nozze di Figaro.

Angela is a very experienced oratorio singer and has performed as a soloist for many of the leading original instrument groups including The Kings Consort; The Gabrieli Consort; London Baroque; The English Concert; Hannover Band; Le Concert Spirituel; Academy of Ancient Music; I Fiamminghi, and The English Baroque Soloists.

Her oratorio repertoire spans from Monteverdi Vespers through to Beethoven Missa Solemnis, with her performance of C Minor Mass receiving particular acclaimthroughoutEurope.

Angela's recordings include Dixit Dominus Handel and Thamos, Konig in Aegypten Mozart for Sir John Eliot Gardiner, and the Mendelssohnversion of St.Matthew Passion Bach.