Lydia Mee

                                                                  Cornish recipient of the Chris Treglown Foundation Fund Award 2019

                                                                  Lydia is a Cornish Soprano studying for her Masters of Music at the

                                                                  Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama under the tutelage of

                                                                  Suzanne Murphy. Before joining the RWCMD in 2014 Lydia spent her 6th

                                                                  form years at the world renowned Chethams School of Music. Lydia has

                                                                  recently returned from participating in the Dorset Opera Festival performing

                                                                  in the chorus for Donizetti’s Lucia Di Lammerrmoor and Verdi’s Nabucco



           Florence Cains

           MJ-UK recipient of the Chris Treglown Foundation Fund Award 2019


           Florence has been singing and playing cello for 12 years and some of

           her highlights so far have been winning the Chris Treglown Foundation

           Fund Award and the RIBI National Young Musician Competition (vocal)

           this year and the BBC Young Chorister competition in 2016

           As a result of this she has  sung with the BBC Concert Orchestra for

           live broadcast at Hackney Empire and Watford Colosseum, recorded for

           several other national and local radio shows and been invited to perform

           at large charity events. She is very pleased to be getting more requests

           for solo performance in concerts around the country


           After completing her A-levels, her performance diploma in cello and

           studying at Junior Royal Academy of Music she is going to study as a

           classical soprano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in

           September 2019

           Other memorable experiences have been singing in the Magic Flute at

           Longborough Festival Opera and taking the lead in local musical theatre

           productions, such as Les Miserables and Guys and Dolls                                                 


                                                                      Angel Harrington

                                                                      Runner up recipient of the Cornish Chris Treglown Foundation Fund

                                                                      Award 2019

                                                                      Angel is an 18 year old student about to start a foundation course in

                                                                      musical theatre before (fingers crossed) going to drama school to live the

                                                                      dream in London

                                                                      She fell in love with singing as a child and has been performing ever since


              Aimee McAllister

              Runner Up recipient of the MJ-UK Chris Treglown Fund Award 2019


              Aimee is a 19 year old perfomer from Ireland. She moved to London

              last year to study Musical at The Musical Theatre Academy and is now

              entering her second year of training. Aimee is no stranger to the stage

              and has enjoyed playing a variety of roles including Maria Von Trapp in

              The Sound of Music, Alice Beinke in JH Academy’s production of The

              Adams Family and most recently Christine Daae in the Phantom of the

              Opera directed by James Huish and MD Kris Rawlinson


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