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Pure in intonation and amazingly flexible, the voice of English soprano, Carolyn Samson is engraved with a subtle refinement. Carolyn can be regarded as a wonder of the great operatic world; she stands at the top of every conductor’s dream list of soloists. This musician’s claim to fame and success was a quick one; she is well known not only in the UK but throughout the US and Europe. Currently the legendary artist is making her way to America and will be performing at the Carnegie Hall in New York. Carolyn Sampson tickets are now available, so get yours now to catch the live pitch perfect performance by the legendary soprano.
Samson was born in the small town of Bedford in East England and started studying music at the University of Birmingham. At school she tried to imitate Kiri Te Kanawa, who was her favorite soprano at the time. Even as a student, Carolyn would perform as a member of the Birmingham based choir named Ex Cathedra. For her exclusive baroque music she managed to win an Arnold Goldsborough Prize in her early years. Carolyn made her debut as a soprano by singing Monteverdi’s “L'incoronazione di Poppea” for the English National Opera.
In 2006, Samson released five records based on the works of Stravinsky, Mozart, Bach, Handel and Monteverdi. By this time she had appeared with some of the best musical ensembles like Collegium Vocale and King’s Consort. She has sung a great variety like that of ‘Pamina’ in The Magic Flute and the lead role of Semele. At the Glyndebourne Festival Opera her roles in The Fairy Queen remained immensely popular and were subsequently released on DVD. In 2007, Carolyn sang the lead role in the Boston Early Music Festivals production of Jean- Baptiste Lully’s opera named Psyche. This role received rave reviews from critics and the Boston Globe newspaper wrote that Carolyn gave a “pure-voiced and radiant performance”. Later on the opera was recorded and went on to clinch a Grammy nomination for ‘Best Opera Recording’ in 2008.
Apart from the roles the talented artist has performed as a soloist in respected oratorios like Schöpfung by Haydn and St Matthew Passion by Bach. Her various concert engagements in England includes regular appearances with orchestras like Manchester Camerata, The English Concert, The Sixteen and The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Apart from these she is also a regular at the BBC Proms which is an eight week long classical orchestra annual concert series held in London.
Carolyn Samson has toured extensively around the globe. In Europe she has delivered incredible concerts with some of the best opera houses including Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of the Bayerische Rundfunk, The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gürzenich Orchestra and the WDR Symphony Orchestra. In Asia, she has worked with Bach Collegium with the shows being conducted by the great founder of this Orchestra, Masaki Suzuki. Later on at the end of this year Carolyn is looking to making a return to Japan for breathtaking performances of Mozart’s Requiem.
Samson has a large discography which is full of various recordings based on the popular works by Vivaldi, Monteverdi, Knüpfer, Handel and many others. One of her sacred music CD on Mozart, “Exultate Jubilate” received the ECHO Award and was also selected as ‘Record of the Month’ by BBC Magazine. Due to her remarkable works, Carolyn has been proclaimed by editors of Gramophone Magazine as “The top English early music soprano by certain distance”.
The upcoming plans for the artist includes performing the role of Dido with the King’s Consort, working with the Academy of St Martin’s on a concert series on Bach’s Cantatas and delivering a concert at the Carnegie Hall in New York. The construction of this hall dates back to 1891 and it is widely regarded as one of the most respected and prestigious venues for classical music. It is equipped with close to 3700 seats and is split into three auditoriums.
Carolyn’s fans in America now have the opportunity to see the sensational British soprano performing live in a recital, so do not miss this upcoming show and purchase your Carolyn Samson tickets.