louise mott - mezzo soprano
Bringing that about were a strikingly sung Roman Governor... appallingly hen pecked by his even more stunningly sung wife (Louise Mott), the real wearer of the toga.
Roderic Dunnett - Church Times
Alban (Tom Wiggall) - St Alban's Abbey, Hertfordshire
The Lake of Beauty by Rutland Boughton
Louise Mott - Mezzo Soprano and Alex Taylor - Piano
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Louise Mott - Mezzo Soprano

Louise Mott studied at the Guildhall School of Music and the Royal College of Music (Opera Course), before completing her training at the National Opera Studio. She made her débuts at English National Opera as Bradamante Alcina, Welsh National Opera as Annio La Clemenza di Tito and Opera North as Annina Der Rosenkavalier, followed by Fidalma Il matrimonio segreto and 2nd Witch (& Dido cover) Dido and Aeneas. She sang Ariodante for English Touring Opera and Mme Larina Eugene Onegin for Scottish Opera on Tour. For the Early Opera Company she has sung Edith Alfred (Thomas Arne), Agrippina, Ruggiero Alcina, Ariodante, Sesto Giulio Cesare, Orlando, Rosmira Partenope, Melissa Amadigi, Serse and Dido Dido and Aeneas. Other roles include Meg Page Falstaff for Diva Opera and Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern, Second Lady The Magic Flute and Marcellina Marriage of Figaro for Opera Project, Katarina Schratt Mayerling for The Royal Ballet at The Royal Opera House. Other roles for Diva Opera include Count Orlofsky Die Fledermaus, The Marchise of Birkenfeld La fille du Regiment, Zweite Dame Die Zauberflöte, Flora Bervoix La Traviata and Nicklausse Les Contes d'Hoffmann.

Contemporary opera performances include for Almeida Opera: Ion (Param Vir), God's Liar (John Casken), Marguerite Hey, Persephone! (Deidre Gribbin) and Marlinchen The Juniper Tree (Roderick Watkins), also at the Muffathalle, Munich; for The Opera Group: Emerald Boys and Girls Come Out to Play (Holloway) and Blind Mary The Martyrdom of St Magnus, Penelope Linen from Smyrna (Edward Rushton), Cordula Wagner The Shops (Edward Rushton) at the Bregenz Festival and in the Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House and Priestess Seven Angels (Luke Bedford) at the Brighton Festival; for Tête à Tête: Penelope in Odysseus Unwound, Angela in Push (David Bruce) and Lite Bites (The Opera Festival). Other performances have included Blind Mary The Martyrdom of St Magnus at the Oslo Kammermusik Festival and with the Hebrides Ensemble at the Orkney Festival, Marcella Alban (Tom Wiggall) at St Albans Abbey, Wife/Sphinx/Doreen Greek (Mark-Anthony Turnage) with the London Sinfonietta, and Helen King Priam at the Brighton Festival.

Recent engagements included Elgar's The Kingdom, Bach's St Matthew Passion and Messiah (Mozart edition) at Truro Cathedral, Bach's B Minor Mass at Exeter Cathedral, Mrs Grose The Turn of the Screw for Seastar Opera, a recital for the 100th Anniversary of the original Glastonbury Festivals, Mrs Segstrom A Little Night Music for Opera Project and Ottavia (cover) The Coronation of Poppea for Opera North.

Plans for 2015 include Waltraute Die Walküre for Secret Opera, Alisa Lucia di Lammermoor and Marcellina Le Nozze di Figaro for Diva Opera and Nicklausse/Muse The Tales of Hoffmann (and Charlotte (cover) Werther) for English Touring Opera.


diary
Le Nozze di Figaro (Marcellina) (W.A. Mozart)
  • 17th June 2015 - Syon Park - London
    Box Office: 020 7404 0808
    Tickets £150
  • 19th June 2015 - Whichford House - Warwickshire
  • 23rd June 2014 - St James Concert Hall - Guernsey
  • 27th June 2015 - Stuckeridge House - Devon
  • 14th July 2015 - Domaine des Vaux - Jersey
  • 24th July 2015 - Sisteron - France
  • 31st July 2015 - Holkham Hall - Norfolk
  • 9th August 2015 - Festival de la Vézère - France
  • 5th September 2015 - Fingest Great Barn - Henley-on-Thames
  • 12th September 2015 - Notting Hill (Private event) - London
  • 19th September 2015 - Festival de l'Orne - France
Lucia di Lammermoor (Alisa) (G. Donizetti)
  • 18th June 2015 - Syon Park - London
    Box Office: 020 7404 0808
    Tickets: £150
  • 20th June 2015 - Whichford House - Warwickshire
  • 24th June 2015 - St James Concert Hall - Guernsey
  • 26th and 28th June 2015 - Stuckeridge House - Devon
  • 13th July 2015 - Domaine des Vaux - Jersey
  • 1st August 2015 - Holkham Hall - Norfolk
  • 8th August 2015 - Festival de la Vézère - France
  • 13th September 2015 - Fingest Great Barn - Henley-on-Thames
  • 20th September 2015 - Festival de l'Orne - France
  • 22nd October 2015 - Boodles Club (private event) - London
The Tales of Hoffmann (Nicklausse/Muse) (J. Offenbach)
  • 9th and 10th October 2015 at 7.30pm - Royal College of Music - London
  • 17th October 2015 at 7.30pm - Opera House - Buxton
  • 23rd October 2015 at 7.30pm - Malvern Theatres - Malvern
  • 27th October 2015 at 7.30pm - Gala Theatre - Durham
  • 31st October 2015 at 7.30pm - Harrogate Theatre - Harrogate
  • 6th November 2015 at 7.30pm - West Road Concert Hall - Cambridge
  • 10th November 2015 at 7.30pm - Theatre Royal - Bath
  • 14th November 2015 at 7.30pm - Snape Maltings Concert Hall - Suffolk
  • 19th and 21st November 2015 - Northcott Theatre - Exeter
Requiem (G. Verdi)
  • Saturday 23rd April 2016 - Town Hall - Oxford
louise mott - mezzo soprano