Lynette Carveth Resume

      Born in Cornwall, England, Lynette is founder of the company, Caprici Art and Music and is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, London (GRSM Hons). At the Academy, she studied under the teacher, Joy Mammen and later completed her studies with Dennis Wicks. She has participated in courses with Joan Hammond, Jessy Norman, Geraint Evans and Robert Tear among others.
Among the roles that she has interpreted are included:
Micaela (Carmen), Mimi (La Boheme), The Countess and Susanna (The Marriage of Figaro), Adina (L'Elisir d'Amore), Sofie (Der Rosenkavalier,) the First Niece (Peter Grimes), Madam Butterfly, Annina (Don Pasquale) and Nedda (Pagliacci) as well as numerous performances in musical theatre and Spanish operetta (Zarzuela), roles such as Maria (Westside Story) Laurie (Oklahoma) Dulcie (The Boyfriend)and the Duchess (Asesinato en el Museo de Zarzuela)
She participated in the first performance of El Viaje Circular' by the Spanish composer, Tomas Marco in the Festival of Contemporary Music in Alicante and is a member and soloist of the Union of Contemporary composers and Interpreters in Spain (ACSE)
As a concert artist, she has performed in England, Italy, Algeria and the USA as well as in Spain, where she now lives and has sung in such prestigious venues as the Teatro Real, Madrid, the Liceo, Barcelona, The Festival Hall, London, The Auditorio Nacional, Madrid and the Cathedrals of Truro, Madrid, Gloucester and Algiers.
Recordings include the first performance of ‘Gloria' by Ian Hall for English Channel 4 television, ‘Los Cuatro Madrigales' of J. Rodrigo, ‘Cornish Proms',‘Brass Belles' by Elgar Howarth for BBC radio and a 'Hommage to Schubert' for the Spanish Radio Cope.
She works regularly with pianist, organist and composer, Stephen Knight and among their concert programmes include British Sacred Music, German lieder and French Art song, as well as a wide range of Arias from opera, musicals and Zarzuela.
With Caprici Art and Music, Lynette has produced and directed 7 fully staged productions,of which 'Serenades, Secrets and Dreams' has just been selected to appear in theatres of the Madrid City Council during 2012.

Updated:  November 2, 2011

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